Handy Japan ties up with SoftBank to provide free smartphones in hotel rooms

“Handy has redefined the accommodation experience and the hotel business,” said SoftBank CEO Ken Miyauchi. SoftBank will invest in Handy Japan’s parent firm, named Handy Japan Holdings Co., but the firm declined to disclose the size of investmen
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