Good connections, free WiFi at YMCA

Wifinity’s “Good Connections” returned, Providing Connectivity to the vulnerable and homeless in YMCA Surbiton. Last Year, we cancelled our Christmas party, and used the funds to provide secure, fast and unlimited WiFi to isolated and necessitous individuals and families across 4 homeless shelters in Kingston, our local community. And thus, “Good Connections” was born, a […]

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Wifinity Sponsor Holiday Park Innovation Show 2018

We are really excited that Wifinity is teaming up with the folks at Holiday Park Innovation Show to sponsor the 2018 event. The two-day event on 7th to 8th November 2018 takes place at the NEC Birmingham. Under one roof, over two days this will be the only place in the UK a Holiday Park […]

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Wifinity secures £10m in funding from Clydesdale Bank

London, UK, 23 February 2017 – Wifinity, the fast-growing innovative wireless ISP, today announced £10 million funding from Clydesdale Bank in order to continue its growth in delivering superfast, robust wireless connections to businesses in some of the UK’s most remote areas. The funds will allow Wifinity to continue its development of pay-as-you-go services for […]

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WiFi doesn’t have to break the bank

We recently visited the Holiday Park Show and were reminded that there are still a lot of places in the UK that don’t have WiFi access or even mobile phone coverage.   While the larger parks have deployed WiFi at least across common areas, many of the smaller parks are struggling to justify the cost, […]

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WiFi for social housing

Should social housing landlords provide WiFi access to residents? Local authorities and housing associations know the importance of providing high-quality facilities and residences on a strict budget. ONS figures show that it’s becoming increasingly rare to own your own home, and many that do buy a place of their own are doing so later in […]

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The importance of digital inclusion in care homes for the elderly

It can be hard of for the elderly living in care home communities to adapt. It’s common for people to feel like they’re losing their independence when they go into care. The daily routines of their lives are often replaced, and they find themselves surrounded by new faces just when they need the support and […]

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