Handy provides mobile phones for hotel guest, offering free calls and unlimited internet access
“Have a great flight… and be sure to call me when you’ve arrived!”
“I’ll do my best, but you know, it’s on the other side of the world, I don’t know if my phone will work there…”
When you’re travelling, there are always doubts about how much you are going to spend on roaming charges. That is why handy is a true revolution. You get to your hotel room, and you find a state-of-the-art mobile phone on a display unit. During your stay, you can take the mobile phone around with you and use it for local and international calls, and unlimited internet navigation.
The handy device provides information on your hotel and has a constantly updated city guides, Hotels pay a flat rate per phone per day, in actual fact very low- comparable to the cost of putting a bottle of mineral water into each room, there are many benefits for hotels, starting from the popularity of the service, shown by the fact that TripAdvisor rating increase as soon as they start offering handy. This translate into better occupancy.
The handy device gives hotel a mean of reaching guest at any time even when they are out of the hotel or even out of the city, and provides information on hotel services. As a result, hotel have reported a 20% increase in usage of internal facilities such as bars, restaurants, spas golf and other sports option. In short, everyone benefits.
Look no further if you are ready to experience it first-hand, handy is already live in the President Hotel in Cape Town. By the end of October this year, there will be 4,000 other rooms including your favorite brands across town offering handy. They are: Belmond mount Nelson, One&Only, AHA Hotels, Lagoon Beach Hotel, Signature Lux, Vineyard Hotel, Derwent House Cape Town , Gardenia Boutique Hotel, Menlyn Boutique hotel, NH Cape Town The Lord Charles to name a few.
It is handy’s belief that it’s not about where you travel, it’s how you travel. To date, handy is available in 70 cities, covering 300,000 rooms and helping 18 million global travelers stay connected.