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Motel 6 Gets Wi-Fi Service

 

Accor, which owns more than 800 Motel 6/Studio 6 locations across the nation said it has begun offering Wi-Fi access to its guests earlier this year. No, it is not free: The service, provided by AT&T, is priced at $2.99 per day.

Accor said it first launched Wi-Fi in all of its Studio 6 properties and completed installation by the end of 2006. After testing Wi-Fi in Studio 6 and select Motel 6 properties in 2006 and 2007, Accor began adding the service to Motel 6 properties nationwide in January 2008.

Wolfgang Gruener is Director, digital strategy and content experience at American Eagle, where he specializes in strategic data analysis, user behavior models and information architecture (IA), as well as content strategy and governance. He was also Managing Editor of the website TG Daily and contributor to sites including Tom's Guide and Tom's Hardware.

  • velocityg4
    I would not pay that. $3 a night for wifi access that will probably cost them about $0.25 per person.
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