Wireless Kiosk Connectivity Option
For connectivity for your self-service solution, DigitalBusiness.us is an authorized partner for OptConnect.
Pricing begins at $9.99 a month for 3G service. The modem is free.
provides wireless network connectivity for a variety of Kiosk and Vending applications. The OptConnect solution provides a more flexible, more robust, lower cost option for kiosk data connections and vending payment processing.
OptConnect provides a fully-managed service, supplying hardware, network connections from all of North America’s major carriers, and support services. Managed, end-to-end service allows integrators to add OptConnect to product offerings without introducing a complicated, time consuming new step in the process.
OptConnect offers the same reliable and secure connection, traditionally achieved with landlines, using revolutionary wireless technology. Wireless operation on cellular networks enables faster transaction speeds and complete mobility.
The OptConnect 3G/4G LTE wireless gateways offer the same reliability as landlines at a much lower cost. Wider coverage, increased data transfer speeds and equipment dependability afforded by wireless service allows for greater flexibility of placement.
Wireless connectivity allows for same-day device deployment, whereas installation of a landline-dependent device can encounter a number of delays and added costs.
OptConnect offers a lifetime warranty with advance overnight replacement in the rare event of equipment failure.
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One of the most overlooked requirements by a kiosk developer or deployer is how that kiosk is going to connect to the Internet once installed (kiosk connectivity). This is generally a vital need because most kiosk deployers are doing so in order to create a revenue stream.
In order to create a revenue stream, there is probably a need to accept payments or remotely update content, both of which are dependent on an Internet connection. In the era of cyber attacks and compromised IT infrastructures, it’s not uncommon to be barred from your install location’s network. All too often, we hear of installs going awry and being delayed by weeks or months due to IT Directors pulling the plug on allowing a vendor to utilize their internal network. This is a costly problem and it’s going to get worse before it ever gets better. At OptConnect, we have many kiosk deployers in various industries that keep one of our devices in their service vehicles waiting for that problem to strike because they’re prepared with a solution.
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