I've never come across this in New Zealand hotels ... until today.
I am here at SkyCity Grand Auckland, a five star hotel at $245 a night that charges $35/day for in-room broadband - with a 50 MB limit!
Everything over 50 MB is charged at $0.10 per megabyte.
This is a joke. I have stayed in hotels around the world and have never found such a limit...
I started my laptop, connected to my Exchange Server, downloaded my RSS feeds and I am already clocking 20 MB - in about 15 minutes.
How can anyone do business at 50 MB a day?
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