GuestMobile offers international and domestic mobile calling for foreign hotel guests

With GuestMobile, hoteliers can provide international and domestic mobile telecom services to foreign guests upon check-in, while driving new revenues from the hotel's PBX. This easy to deploy, hospitality-specific, VoIP/Voice over Wi-Fi solution will enable hotel guests to seamlessly make and receive low-to-no-cost international and domestic calls on their own smartphones while also enabling outbound cost-efficient international calling over the property's existing IP-based or legacy non-IP based PBX systems.

GuestMobile drives guest satisfaction by delivering an in-demand and increasingly essential amenity: convenient and cost-effective international calling for guests to use on their own personal or corporate smartphones, just as though they were at home on their local provider networks.

The solution uses "Find Me" and "Follow Me" technology to enable guests to receive incoming international calls while staying at a GuestMobile equipped hotel. Via the hotel-branded GuestMobile solution, guests can be assigned a virtual DID phone number prior to arrival, upon reservation, or at check-in. When that number is dialed by someone looking to speak with the guest, the system routes the call either as local (Find Me) or international (Follow Me) to the guest’s own smartphone. This ensures that no matter where guests are while traveling, inbound international and local calls can be received on the guest’s personal smartphone during their stay at the hotel or brand property portfolio.

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