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iGotcha Media brings free Internet to resort visitors

Briefs | 03/28/2007 5:05 pm EDT

Montreal-based iGotcha Media has partnered with Inn Media Networks to provide free wireless Internet access to the Mont Tremblant Resort. About 30 iGotcha WebPads – 10-inch wireless tablets that enable users to surf the Web – will be placed in hotel lobbies and in select restaurants, bars and pubs in the resort's pedestrian village. The partnership will also offer PC users the ability to access complimentary wireless Internet access in about 1,000 rooms at eight of the resort's hotels. "Mont Tremblant Resort, which receives about 2.5 million visitors per year, is the first resort in the world to offer complimentary Internet access, including the hardware, to visitors," said iGotcha president Greg Adelstein. "Unlike pay-per-use Internet services, which are prevalent at many resort destinations, our service is supported by advertising revenues."

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