Murliss, Sally
July 2008
Interpretation Journal;Summer2008, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p8
The article discusses the significance of Mobitour, an example of the new generation of mobile phone audio tours. According to the article, when using the Mobitour, visitors use their own phone to ring a dedicated number for the whole tour and can explore areas of particular interest in more depth. It reveals that the call charges will be collected by the site owner or can be free if users have an inclusive package.


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