Chicago Sheraton Hotel Offers New Service For BlackBerry Addicts

Posted: Jun 8 2006, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:45pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Chicago Sheraton Hotel Offers New Service For BlackBerry Addicts
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Are you addicted to your BlackBerry? (Come on now; admitting it is the first step). Well, the Sheraton in Chicago unveiled a new service on Wednesday that will help you to try to not be so reliant on your BlackBerry device. You can actually request to have your BlackBerry stored away in a locked safe while you're at the hotel.

If you're on a vacation and are afraid you might use all your time e-mailing your boss and clients with your high-end phone, then this option is for you.Although, I don't know. The manager of the hotel said he was a huge BlackBerry addict. Do you think those BlackBerries are really going to be kept in his safe the whole time? Well, it is the Sheraton. I'm sure everything's on the up and up. Right?...

Anyway, the service is free and is already available at the Chicago Sheraton.

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