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Exhibition World Issue 75
Issue 75
Supplement: Basque Country
Supplement: Basque Country
KING HUSSEIN BIN TALAL CONVENTION CENTRE IN JORDAN OFFERS FREE WI-FI
posted on: 30/7/2012 08:22:15
The Dead Sea Jordan

MIDDLE EAST - Jordan-based King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre (KHBTCC), which is managed by Hilton, said it has introduced complimentary Wi-Fi to its 26 halls.

The centre has 24,000sqm of space.

Majeed Mohammadia, Operations Manager at KHBTCC, said he was “delighted” to again set the standard in guest services.

“We're making it more convenient for individuals and businesses to stay connected and add to our growing list of essential services," Mohammadia said.

The KHBTCC was established I 2005 and is situated in the Jordan Valley by the eastern shores of the Dead Sea (pictured). 

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