Stroll Net's public Internet terminals will provide customers full access to email, video email, WWW and other applications such as a prepaid storefront. Stroll Net will provide clients and customers with a unique and innovative product and service.
Walk-up Internet Access: Customers pay with either cash or credit card and receive a specific amount of time on the terminal in exchange for their payment. Customers can surf the Internet, check email and send video email.
Wireless Internet Access: Away from the home, WiFi users can access the Internet through our Wireless Hotspots.
Prepaid Storefront: An application that allows customers to purchase products such as Prepaid Calling Cards, Prepaid Wireless Top-up, and Prepaid Mobile Content (games, graphics, ring tones, etc.).
Multimedia Advertising: Local, regional, or national companies can advertise using multimedia on-screen advertisements. Advertisements consist of full motion video "commercials," picture files, or twelve advertising buttons.
Stroll Net will be first to place public Internet Terminals in Tech City. Stroll Net will differentiate itself from other ISPs in Tech City by providing its customers with the ability to access the Internet even when they are away from their own computer.
We do not expect to replace standard internet access options (home, school, and work-based computers), but to supplement them; similar ventures, such as Internet cafes, have seen great success.
Stroll Net will obtain its public Internet terminals from Supplier One, Inc. located in Vancouver, BC. Supplier One, Inc. will provide the locating service and the hardware required to run Stroll Net. Internet access and networking will be provided through Supplier Two.
Stroll Net will invest in terminals with high-speed computers to provide its customers with a fast and efficient connection to the Internet. The computers will be reliable and fun to work with. Stroll Net will continue to upgrade and modify the systems to stay current with communications technology. One of the main attractions associated with public Internet terminals is the state of the art equipment available for use. Not everyone has a Pentium PC in their home or office.
To enhance our initial product line, we will look at a newer model of Supplier One terminal that offers a greater variety of technologies.
As we increase our presence in the public Internet access business, we will continue to seek out applications that will allow us to offer a greater variety of services. A key component of this will be customer feedback.