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Mandarin Orchard Singapore and Marina Mandarin Singapore Provide Hotel Guests Free Unlimited Data and International Connectivity with the Handy Smartphone Solution

SINGAPORE, Aug. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Mandarin Orchard Singapore and Marina Mandarin Singapore have equipped all guestrooms with handy, a smartphone solution that provides registered hotel guests complimentary access to unlimited 4G data, local and international calls, online city guides and ticket bookings to Singapore's places of interest at their fingertips.

With all of Mandarin Orchard Singapore's 1,077 rooms and Marina Mandarin Singapore's 575 rooms now equipped with handy, guests can take their personalised smartphone out of the hotel and stay connected as they travel around and explore Singapore . They are also able to dial directly to hotels' contact lists including guestrooms, concierge and restaurants.

Seamless connectivity is made possible through free high-speed data connectivity and unlimited local and international phone calls covering 15 countries - Australia , China , France , Germany , Hong Kong , India , Indonesia , Japan , Malaysia , the Philippines , South Korea , Thailand , United Kingdom , the United States , and Vietnam .

Guests can also look forward to useful information on the latest promotional offerings in and around the city through dining and shopping guides preloaded onto the smartphones. In addition, they can navigate around Singapore with ease through built-in travel apps that include Mass Rapid Transit maps and a digital location-based city guide.

To protect guests' privacy, each device will be restored to its factory settings upon check-out to completely clear all personal data and browsing history that may have been stored during their stay.

Mandarin Orchard Singapore and Marina Mandarin Singapore are managed by Meritus Hotels & Resorts, an award-winning hotel management company that has long been established as an icon of world-class Asian hospitality in Singapore .

For more information or to book best rates, visit .

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