Re: [76attendees] Network Tear Down

Akira Kato <kato@wide.ad.jp> Thu, 12 November 2009 07:16 UTC

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> When we revert to the hotel network, are we still eligible for free
> Internet access service, or do we get billed?

All IETF hotels but Rihga Royal provide in-room Internet access for
free. So you don't have to worry about it. Rihga Royal Hotel usually
charges 1,050 JPY per night, however, if you booked your accomodation
through JTB for the IETF meeting, you won't be charged even if you
click the screen to approve to pay it. But you may want to check the
bill in detail upon check out.

-- Akira Kato