Apr 04, 2013
Residents to Enjoy Unlimited Free 24x7 Internet Connectivity
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd (Frasers), a global leader in serviced apartments and boutique residences, has announced the launch of unlimited free Internet access across all its properties worldwide.
With high-speed Internet access available throughout all the areas of each property, residents can enjoy seamless connectivity transiting between the home and work environments. There is also the added convenience of always being online 24x7 and the confidence of the quality and security that comes with the connection, which are essential for residents who often need to communicate across different time zones.
A reflection of Frasers’ culture of technology adoption and innovation, this follows the launch of the group’s new mobile website (www.frasershospitality.com), which allows travellers to make reservations, modify bookings and have instant access to property information, special offers and promotions via their smartphones anytime, anywhere. The mobile-optimised website also allows travellers the added convenience of being able to connect directly with individual properties through the click-to-call function as well as one-touch access to Fraser World.
“The comfort and convenience of our residents is at the heart of everything we do. Knowing how being connected online is so critical to their daily lives, making complimentary high-speed Internet access available as one of the value-add amenities of our Gold-Standard service was therefore important, to complete their whole experience of staying with us,” said Mr Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd.
Residents travelling without their computers or mobile devices will also be able to enjoy the free Internet service at designated iMacs workstations that are available for use within the individual properties.
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd’s current portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 77 properties in 41 key gateway cities, and more than 13,000 apartments worldwide.