In 2011, when smartphones were still relatively young, our client wanted to see how they could help customers enjoy their visit to Kingly Court.
Many of visitors were from overseas, especially Asia and the USA, so would be incurring big data bills from roaming charges. By introducing a Wi-Fi network to Kingly Court, users would be able to reach back to their friends and family, where-ever in the world, and not have to worry about cost. It would also help attract people to the small popup shops that provided a destination for the unique, and quirky, in London design.
The predecessor to Westend WiFi, created that Wi-Fi experience, developed its own platform for automatic authentication, and specified, deployed and maintained the service for over five years.