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Internet access in hotels …

September 18, 2007

Does anyone know why, the more expensive and up market a hotel the more likely they are to make an extortionate charge for high speed internet access, while the cheaper and more down market the hotel the more likely it will be to be free? Does this tell us something about heavy internet users? These days it should be like any other utility, included in the price. The Intercontinental here in Perth is one of the worst with $30 australia per 34 hour period.

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