The Charterhouse Causeway Bay offers guest smart handy phone

The Charterhouse Causeway Bay introduces the smart handy phone in every guestroom, which brings guests with unlimited 3G services, local calls and even international calls up to five countries including United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore and China.

The handy phone are ready in all guestrooms for guests to use free of charge and there is no cash or credit deposit required. Guests can use the handy phone as long as they stay. Handy device also provides mobile city guide that packed with informative and most up-to-date content which enhance guest’s travel experience. Furthermore, the handy devices also include a wide range of popular apps such Google map, Skype, Facebook and some games. Guests can also download their apps via Google Play store directly to make sure that they can fully enjoy the mobile experience whilst in traveling.
“As travellers we all feel the need to be connected and move around,” said Bernard Rodrigues, general manager of The Charterhouse Causeway Bay. “Handy was our answer to this, and now by offering it to our guest, we are engaging them to be better connected, which is one of our total customer satisfaction directives we undertake in continuously embarking upon our quality management cycle program.”

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