Take Your Smart Phone Out to Dinner
USA- Minneapolis, MN | Oct 19 2012 | (23:09:50 - EDT)
OpenTable is continuing its drive to push more people to its restaurant-booking service. Fresh from a partnership with Lastminute.com and another with FourSquare, integrating its booking software into their services, the company has moved its attention to signing up more restaurants to its booking platform — by offering free mobile-optimized websites to eateries that sign up before Feb. 1, 2013.
The offer is open to restaurants in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., and for those who sign up before February it will be free for as long as they remain an OpenTable customer and comply with its T&Cs. After January restaurants wanting to use OpenTable’s mobile website optimisation service will still be able to do so but will be charged “a nominal monthly fee” (totalling around $100 per year in the U.S.).
To read the rest of this article, visit the original TechCrunch piece by Natasha Lomas
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