What Will It Take To Wirelessly Enable Broadband in Your Hotel?

Zatloukal, Cathy
October 2010
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2010, p30
Trade Publication
The article presents a survey, conducted by Harris Interactive Inc., on the use of mobile phones in the U.S. in 2010. The survey shows that over 70% of adults felt that it was safe to buy through mobile phone. The survey reveals that 43% of respondents were willing to buy hotel rooms and 40% of tickets for travel through their mobile devices.


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