ECONOMIC BENEFITS TO CANADA

Connect Mobility Employment

To facilitate aggressive growth and meet Indigenous and rural market demand, Connect Mobility requires full-time employees in operations, engineering, sales/marketing, and training.

We are looking for highly skilled employees to work with Indigenous, French, and English communities to bring High-speed Internet connectivity to rural markets across Canada.

RURAL CANADA EMPLOYMENT

Connect Mobility encourages communities to operate their broadband networks while Connect manages back-end support. Local employees remain focused on sales and service while technical and financial transactions are completed online.

LOCAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Technical support will provide the installation service to local homes and businesses. Connect will train staff on all technical support requirements and provide ongoing online support.

If a Connect access point is damaged, vandalized or off the air, a local technician can inform Connect and a service truck will be deployed to change out of the AP. The local staff will provide level one and two services for faster recovery of the network.

SALES & ADMINISTRATION STAFF

Sales and admin will work with new subscribers and help them through the activation process. While most of the activations and product distribution will be done online, a local sales/support is required to help people that are not comfortable with online service, or they may not have the online ability when the network is launched. Administrative support for accounting, billing inquiries, and inventory management are also required.

WISP Employment

Communities may decide to employ a wireless internet service provider (WISP) to manage their network. The WISP will require additional staff to meet market demand.

WI-FI ROAMING ECONOMICS

Connect provides Wi-Fi roaming for every community deployed. This service is a key feature of the Connect network and becomes larger as the network expands.

Indigenous communities will have coverage in their own community as well as any other Indigenous community that has deployed the Connect network.

NEUTRAL HOST BENEFITS

Neutrality facilitates open wireless standards and protocols, unlike cellular networks that cater to one technology or one operator. The goal of neutrality is to balance the requirement for coverage and capacity with cost while meeting the needs of the consumer with an excellent broadband experience. Connect Mobility will control the specification of the network build for every community and provide consistency and reliability in every market across Canada.

FIXED COST BENEFITS

Connect will maintain ownership of the AP and offer the units on a monthly subscription basis. This allows Connect to add additional radio modules in the AP's when more bandwidth is required, advance the network to 5G, upgrade software within the radio when required and add new service providers. The combined services will expand the option and lower end user cost.

COMMUNITY BENEFITS

If a community decides to operate the network, the profits remain in the local community to be dispursed at their discretion.

COMMUNITY BRANDING

The communities will have the ability to white-label or rebrand their devices and network. The community can advertise on their rebranded page locally.

CITY ECONOMIC BENEFITS

Community-wide connectivity can power IoT devices for all smart city applications saving thousands in operational costs. (this does not include utility services for profit)

SENIORS AND LOW-INCOME FAMILIES

A senior citizen, student or a family on a budget can connect a single device in their home for $16.95/month. Their desktop can act as a hotspot to provide cell phone connectivity.

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