Times to charge for WiFi access
If you're still offering WiFi access outside your general hours, you may want to charge a premium for this access! This can help you recoup the cost of your WiFi, as well as make sure that there isn't a lot of bandwidth usage after hours. Alternately, you can just have a scheduled campaign where the only login option is paid WiFi -- that way, you can offer free WiFi during the day, but charge for it at night (or offer no payment options to prevent people from connecting)!
Conference centers / Trade show venues
Free WiFi never went out of fashion at conference centres or trade venues -- and often, the provided WiFi from the venue can be difficult, slow, and spotty. Providing their own premium internet service for their customers -- while collecting valuable data -- can help give your clients a leg up on their competition.
Tourist centers such as cruise ship terminals see a lot of people every day, and with people spending a lot of time there, that's a lot of potential cash flow! People at tourist centers are expecting to spend money, and they're used to paid WiFi -- charging something as low as $5/day could lead to incredible cash flow.
Everyone expects to pay for hotel WiFi -- and especially when it's offered at multiple tiers for business travellers, since they're able to expense it!
If you live in remote areas and use satellite internet, it's quite expensive -- paid WiFi can be a way to recoup that cost.
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