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Friday, 19 November 2010 16:41

Apartment operator Corporate Keys installs iiNet's Bob for guest phone and broadband services


Corporate Keys, a provider of corporate apartments and extended stay residences, has selected iiNet to provide telephone and Internet services in its apartments.

iiNet's BoB will be installed in apartments in over 40 buildings, giving guests free local and national calls and "competitively priced" mobile and international calls.

Corporate Keys general manager, Vin Childs, said that business clients demanded reasonably priced, high speed, high capacity communications whilst on assignment for stays of one month or more, and high-priced hourly or daily hotel Internet rates were not practical for the corporate accommodation market.

"With the spread of 3G phones and tablet computers such as Apple's iPad in the business sector, high speed wireless solutions are now essential, whereas hotel in-house cables and USB modems which were suitable until quite recently are no longer meeting the needs of the corporate traveller."

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