Ramada Plaza Waikiki installs Bittel's mobile device charger

Ramada Plaza Waikiki recently added Bittel's new classic charger to all guestroom phones. The simple attachment enables the property to equip its guests with two high powered USB ports for charging mobile devices. In addition, the hotel opted to add Bittel's popular Mmi-charging cable which features four connectors, one for Apple traditional (iPhone 4s and older), one for Apple Lightning (iPhone 6 and 5 plus new iPad), and two Micro USB (Android, Blackberry and Windows) charging.
"The Bittel Classic Charger has really made a difference in our hotel's offering of amenities and guests are always talking about it," Operations Manager Rick Valcourt said. "You have definitely helped us raise the bar on guest satisfaction. So many times we have guests that are traveling through and have forgotten to bring their chargers with them. One of the favorites is the iPhone. Because you can plug it [into our phones] right on the bed stand, guests can set their alarms on their phones without fear of depleting their batteries. Plus, it is right near the bed and they can reach it easily.”

Released to the market last month, the Bittel classic charger is compatible with nearly all guestroom phones; no lamps, outlets, or furniture mods are required. By mounting this charging component to the bottom of the guestroom phone, it doesn't take up additional space and it's still easily visible to the guest. It is attached to existing equipment that already sits at either the bedside or the desktop, making it extremely convenient for mobile device charging. It's what every guest wants and every property needs.

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