CyberCom understands Backpackers. We know that backpackers are high-internet users - therefore our solutions are robust and designed with this knowledge in mind.
We are the only company in New Zealand that supplies the entire solution for Backpacker Hostels - the fibre-optic internet, the guest access management facility, the Wi-Fi hardware and infrastructure, installation, maintenance and 24/7 technical support.
We have a number of different options for charging your guests for Wi-Fi or giving away unlimited FREE Wi-Fi - or doing a combination of the both! Our login gateways control the per-user speed and shape the internet traffic so that one guest's usage isn’t impacting another's.
CyberCom has clients throughout New Zealand. In Auckland, CyberCom supplies Internet and Wi-Fi solutions to almost every backpacker hostel in the central city. Our clients include Nomads Fat Camel, Queen Street Backpackers, The Attic Backpackers, The Station Backpackers, Ponsonby Backpackers and Silverfern Backpackers.
New Zealand's Best 24/7 Support
Our New Zealand clients are supported from our New Zealand offices and we provide 24/7 technical support for the Hostel and and the Hostel's guests. If your guest's personal device is having a connectivity issue, instead of your guests calling reception in the middle of the night, your guests free-call CyberCom and one of our helpful team will help them get online in minutes.
Do you Manage a Backpacker Hostel?
Are you interested in the following?
Improving the quality of the internet connection
Improving the speed of your internet connection
Improving Wi-Fi coverage
Improving the log-on simplicity of your Wi-Fi
Improving the security of your Wi-Fi
Improving the profitability of your Wi-Fi
Boosting your revenue
If so, we would love to hear from you!
We bring on board new backpacker clients every week! We like to sit down with the new client, conduct a thorough site survey, get a gauge of what they are looking to achieve and then prepare a customised proposal and quote.
Some of our clients feature below: