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Vancouver’s Opus Hotel aims to remove all landlines and replace them with iPhones

08/17/2012| 9:40:56 AM| 中文

Vancouver’s Opus Hotel is boldly going where no hotel has gone before, as the boutique hotel in Vancouver’s Yaletown district plans to replace all of their oh-so-quaint traditional landline phones with iPhones.

First iPads and now iPhones: Vancouver’s Opus Hotel is boldly going where no hotel has gone before, as the boutique hotel in Vancouver’s Yaletown district plans to replace all of their oh-so-quaint traditional landline phones with iPhones.

Working with TravelVu, Opus Vancouver created a solution that now involves both iPads and iPhones. Guests will be able to explore local experiences on the iPad, and then grab the iPhone when they hit the streets.

They can then use the iPhone to avoid onerous roaming charges when traveling, in addition to taking advantage of the WiFi for booking activities, getting directions, finding restaurants, posting pictures and more.

Read full story at: http://www.tnooz.com/2012/08/14/news/vancouvers-opus-hotel-aims-to-remove-all-landlines-and-replace-them-with-iphones/

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