Business Description

WirelessGate provides wireless broadband services.

We combine public wireless LAN providers’ Wi-Fi access points with telecoms carriers’ networks to offer wireless communications services tailored to the needs of our users. Our services are sold at electronics retailers and mobile phone stores.

We have three main segments:

Wireless Broadband Services
Wireless Business Domain Services

Wireless Broadband Services

WirelessGate leases communications infrastructure from wireless communications operators and offers wireless broadband services. We offer our subscribers four main products for high-speed wireless internet access:

  • WirelessGate Wi-Fi: provides access to about 40,000 Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide.
  • WirelessGate Wi-Fi + WiMAX: combines the above with WiMAX mobile internet.
  • WirelessGate Wi-Fi + WiMAX2+: allows customers to use WiMAX2+, for faster mobile internet.
  • WirelessGate Wi-Fi + LTE: compatible with NTT DoCoMo’s Xi high-speed internet coverage.
  • WirelessGate Fon Premium Wi-Fi: Allows users to connect to about 40,000 Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide and FON Wi-Fi hotspots around the world.

Wireless Business Domain Services

Wireless Platform Services

This is a value-added service that takes advantage of our ID and password authentication platform and fee collection platform the base of our Wireless Broadband Services. Here, we offer our authentication platform to other telecoms carriers, and our fee collection platform to corporations.

WiFi Infrastructure Business

WirelessGate offers partner companies a cloud-based solution for creating and operating Wi-Fi networks to clients’ specifications. We provide partner companies with all the necessary equipment for building Wi-Fi networks. The cloud-based system also allows to automatically configure the network and to manage it. In addition, we are working toward solutions that make use of data collected on the flow of people in these Wi-Fi networks.

IoT Services

This business provides online access to devices.

The operations are divided into three phases:

Phase1:Making proposals for system development and providing services. The primary revenue comes from system development.

Phase2:Selling IoT services to corporate clients. The primary revenue comes from fees associated with the operation of IoT services.

Phase3:Reaching out to potential clients in the industries where existing customers operate. The company will leverage its experience acquired from working with existing clients to win more orders for IoT services.


Wirelessgate also sells products such as the Garapon TV streaming device.