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Vancouvr hotel replaces Wireless phones with iPhones

Technology has virtually penetrated into every realm of modern life. Be that education, health or entertainment, recent tech devices are not relevant but also very useful and desirable. For instance, a hotel in Vancouver, Canada is now in the process of replacing the old wireless hotel phones with iPhone devices.

Naturally, every guest at the hotel will have an iPhone for his room. This iPhone can then be used to make local as well as international calls. Rather than using international roaming on their iPhone devices, the guests can definitely appreciate the additional service from the Opus hotel which is situated in Yaletown neighborhood of Vancouver.

Moreover, the hotel will allow the guests to make local calls without charging them for it. They would be complimentary from the hotel. Even if the guests have to go into the city for dinners or other meetings, they can carry the phone with them as long as they are staying at the Opus hotel.

Moreover, at the same time, the guests will be able to stay in touch with the hotel as the iPhone will come equipped with all the important contacts at the hotel. Once the guest checks out, the iPhone will be swiped clean of all his data so as to ensure the security and privacy of the guests’ data.

According to the general manager of the hotel, Nicholas Gandossi, “Technology is a way of life today, not just a perk, and that holds true even while traveling.”

(Source:http://thetechjournal.com/)

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