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Hotel Swaps Out In-Room Landlines For iPhones [Headlines]

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The Opus hotel in Vancouver switches to the smartphone to help guests avoid international roaming fees.

Allie Walker
  • 10 july 2012

The Opus Hotel in Vancouver will no longer offer in-room landline phones, instead offering guests iPhones to use at the hotel as well as around the city for the duration of their stay. When guests check out, the iPhone’s memory will be wiped, ready for the next guest. CNet

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