Or at least looks like it is moving towards that. Hotel chains are re-examining whether to continue keeping Internet 100% free, or how much bandwidth to provide, how many mobile devices to allow for free or how many minutes that Internet access should be free.
The tiered access debate has been going on in the mainstream Internet industry for years now, and looks like it is coming to the hotel industry as well. Here’s hoping the “ancillary revenues” movement does not come to hotels.
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