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April 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2004, p148
Trade Publication
Presents opinions of hotel guests on wireless technology. Lack of a wireless service subscription to use a laptop out of a hotel; Use of a fast wired connection in a guestroom or a business center; Problems with dial-up when overseas; Concerns about security and convenience.


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