This is more interesting than it is valuable. Justin Bachman makes something from nothing.
Check into any middling U.S. hotel and chances are good that the Wi-Fi is free. Have a white-gloved butler escort you to the Penthouse suite, however, and your lavish lodgment may well bill you for Internet access.
The wealthiest among us have noticed this disconnect, and they are not pleased.
The wealthy are not pleased because they pay extra for something the rest of us get for free? What a shocker.
Many of the priciest hotels charge extra for the Wi-Fi simply because they can—guests are traveling for business and expensing the cost or are wealthy clients who don’t care about paying a bit more