Purchase or Lease Your High-Speed Internet Access

Sullivan, Paul
April 2003
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2003, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses the value of high-speed Internet access in hotels. It notes that a high-speed Internet access is a valued service that travelers have come to expect, citing the solid business model as the key element of the success or failure of the service. For the service to succeed, hotels need the authority to make critical decisions on the promotion of the service, pricing, and revenue distribution.


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