Providing Internet service is easy, but providing reliable Internet service in high density environments such as corporate events or WifiHeros is anything but easy. It requires a knowledgeable team of network engineers using the latest equipment to be done right.

At WifiHero, we combine a series of best practices drawn from years of experience, a highly skilled network engineering team, robust IT and WiFi equipment, and a service level guarantee in contract to show you that we are serious about providing the best available network experience during your event. WifiHero has been offering WiFi at events like TEDx Bangalore, Career Utsav 2015 to name a few. If attendee productivity is your top concern, and your event is too important to risk network failure, then you’ve found the right service vendor.

When you hire WifiHero Internet, we take responsibility for every part of your network, providing a single point of contact and detailing all wired and wireless network services on one invoice. Our event Internet service includes everything from complete on-site network design, deployment, and management to renting hardware and leasing bandwidth. It can be used to create temporary Internet access at any venue, indoor or outdoor, nearly anywhere in the world. Whether you are looking for temporary Internet bandwidth, WiFi connectivity, wired Ethernet drops, or a dedicated on-site network engineering team during a conference, special event or a Trade Expo – we can handle all of your event Internet connectivity needs.

Our commitment as your ISP is to provide world-class Internet connectivity for you and your attendees.




Your bandwidth circuit is the pipe carrying your event’s network traffic to and from the Internet. Ensuring the right amount of dedicated bandwidth is essential to a fast wired or wireless network.

Is down time not an option? WifiHero Internet provides redundant bandwidth solutions including fixed wireless and traditional fiber optic circuits to ensure your attendees will have an uninterrupted experience during your large conference or WifiHero. Using our proprietary bandwidth calculator along with a healthy dose of real world know-how, our network experts will help you select the right internet bandwidth solution for your event.

Since 2012, WifiHero Internet has helped several of event organizers and served as their temporary bandwidth provider during various indoor and outdoor events.


Our network engineering team will come on-site to deploy a complete WiFi network using our enterprise-grade Aruba/Cisco wireless access points. Unlike traditional WiFi access points. However, network equipment is only as valuable as those operating it. Each of our network engineers is a Cisco and Aruba certified WiFi expert. Our network engineers are trained in performing site surveys and will create an advanced wireless channel plan based on experience gleaned from hundreds of indoor and outdoor events. With the most advanced event WiFi equipment and our highly trained network engineers on-site, your event attendees will receive a WiFi experience second to none.

Our network engineering team is skilled in setting up Ethernet drops, VLANs, network security, firewalls, core and edge switches, and redundant bandwidth circuits for conventions, special events, conferences and WifiHeros.

Our job is to make sure your network runs seamlessly so that you can focus on your job: producing a world-class event.




We setup a Network Operations Center (NOC) at your event where our engineers monitor your network in real-time, making adjustments to keep things running smoothly. Having dedicated network engineers on-site is the only proven way to proactively identify and resolve Internet and network connectivity issues before they become attendee complaints. Should your attendees, exhibitors, or staff need assistance with WiFi access or getting online, our engineers are always available to provide direct support. Our network monitoring software displays live statistics and contains detailed post-event reports to help you better understand bandwidth usage and plan for future events.