Telecom Revenues, the Myriad Product Offerings
May be Just What the Doctor Ordered
June 13, 2005 - After nearly 25 years of specializing in services to facilitate enhancement of in-room telephone revenues, Myriad has released their newest series of hotel telecom product offerings. These offerings are unique to Myriad and are promised to provide new levels of revenue generation, flexibility, convenience & performance for client hotels.
As evident to hotel management companies and managers, hotel properties continue to experience declining revenues from in-room phone services. This is caused by the ever expanding use of cell phones and the “dial around” calling habits of those still using in-room phones. Consequently, while none of this calling activity creates any revenue, the cost of maintaining this amenity remains a part of the hotel’s operational burden.
“Myriad Telecom has introduced a series of product offerings to fit nearly every type and size of hotel. These products include features not offered by any other provider in the industry today”, according to company co-founder Ron Siegenthaler.
The Myriad programs are designed to appeal to those guest that are predisposed to placing O+ calls but also 800/AT&T and 800/Collect when placing long distance calls from hotel room phones.
The “secret ingredient” in Myriad’s services is the unique combination of a 0+ platform with an exclusive alternate carrier “00” access (to AT&T Worldwide Network & 1-800/Discount Collect service). This, according to leading telecom analysts, compounds the ability to increase telephone revenues for hotels. Now, not only can a hotel gain commission on O+ but also on calls placed to the most popular 1-800 type services in the market, like AT&T & 800/Collect.
For hotel management companies looking for solutions to their declining telecom revenues, the Myriad product offerings may be just what the doctor ordered. Many of the offered plans are accompanied by large sign-up bonus of up to $5.00 per hotel room. This alone is a breath of fresh air to ailing hotel telephone departments.
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