Roomlinx Seeks Qualified Hotels to Install Interactive TV and VOD at No Cost

  • Roomlinx
  • 06.10.09
Roomlinx, Inc. (OTC: RMLX), a hospitality in-room expert providing interactive TV products, announced it has secured a $5 million revolving line of funding to continue expanding its proven in-room entertainment product.

By utilizing a business model that combines a value-added amenity and additional advertising revenue streams, Roomlinx has been able to break into a market previously dominated by traditional and outdated in-room entertainment.  For a limited time, and for qualified properties, Roomlinx will install its Interactive TV product at no cost and no risk to the property.

“Even during these tough times our product has proven so successful we have been able to secure the funding to offer a business model in which we absorb the risk,” said Roomlinx CEO Mike Wasik. “Guests’ habits have changed.  Traditional in-room products and business models are no longer effective.  The Roomlinx product exceeds guests’ expectations and actually generates revenue for properties.  It offers a win for the guest, the hotel and for Roomlinx.”
Roomlinx Interactive TV provides HD Hollywood movies, high-speed Internet, HD specialty content, international and U.S. television programming, music, business productivity tools, concierge services, games and more via the in-room flat screen television. Roomlinx also offers robust, reliable high-speed Internet access (HSIA), a proprietary advertising platform, and is one of the first ever free-to-guest video on-demand providers.
About Roomlinx
Roomlinx is a hospitality in-room expert providing in-room interactive TV solutions designed to increase revenues and brand loyalty for hotels, resorts and other properties, utilizing premium content and applications demanded by today’s traveler.

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