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Delft has more than 100% saturation of “smart” phone technology per capita capable of using Wi-Fi / Fiber Internet. MDR has access to over 1,000 Spaza stores which need reliable internet and will serve as the distribution network for Wi-Fi vouchers sales and new dedicated subscriber lines. The demand for affordable, reliable highspeed internet is STRONGRead More
The Western Cape government built out Delft Wi-Fi infrastructure for a two-year trial in partnership with HoCM. MDR was created to run the trial, then would monetize the infrastructure thereafter, while providing ongoing free Wi-Fi to local schools. MDR worked with the telecommunication division of Tellumat, to assume, upgrade and expand the infrastructure enabling more Wi-Fi coverage and dedicated subscriber lines. The total cost of infrastructure built-out was ~$1 million USD. (combined Western Cape Government +Telumat)Read More
Skilled workers, inside Delft, are already managing the network infrastructure and technical support. Mzansi is charging 90% less than competitors in the region, while still throwing off cash from operations. Mzansi already has a state-of-the art call centre for customer support, as well as training, and job creation, in partnership with cloud call-centre firm Zaliab.Read More
Check if the Wi-Fi Modem is on. A Green connection light should be on. If the light is Orange, then check the power on the POE. That is the little black box that connects to the outside WiFi Dish. It has 2 wires on one side and 1 wire on the other going outside. It also has a light that should be “On“.
Is your device connected to the correct Wi-Fi? If you are using a wired connection, make sure that it is securely plugged in at both the device and the Router.
Check that the device is on the correct Wi-Fi network.
Check the Wi-Fi password.
Restart the device.
To change your Wi-Fi name (SSID), you have to log into your router.
This is protected by a user name and password. You would have received that when your equipment was installed.
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