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Renters Getting the Short End of the Internet Connectivity Stick

“The Community WiFi report provides operators with actionable data and insights to recognize renters’ Wi-Fi requirements and how to meet those evolving demands,” said Elizabeth Parks, President and Chief Marketing Officer for Parks Associates. “Operators can attract more residents, improve both staff and resident retention and streamline operatios with seamless Wi-Fi service that encompasses an entire property. The report points not only to operational savings but potential revenue generation, beyond what antiquated retail and bulk Wi-Fi can offer. We are proud to partner with SmartRent to bring this invaluable resource to the industry and highlight the potential and current shortcomings of this essential amenity offering.” 

From the article, "Renters Getting the Short End of the Internet Connectivity Stick" in MReport

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