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Byline: DOUG TSURUOKA
Wi-Fi connections are still seen as a special perk at hotels. But over time, they'll be as ordinary as cable TV.
High-speed wireless will be folded into hotel guests' amenities. And most places won't charge separately for using it.
So says Aaron Dobrinsky. He's the chief executive of RoomLinx, a small firm that provides broadband wireless services to the hotel and lodging industry.
RoomLinx is an 18-employee firm that had $2.1 million in sales last year. But it completed a merger in late June with a public company, Arc Communications. That makes it one of a small number of listed companies supplying Wi-Fi to hotels.
Many hotels …