Granada rolls out online kiosks

Granada is to launch interactive retail kiosks in its motorway service stations and Travelodge hotels, in partnership with high street retailer Littlewoods.

The kiosks, which will offer free internet access and promote Littlewoods' e-commerce ventures, will be rolled out in shopping areas and service stations restaurants from the start of next year. Additionally, Travelodge also plans to offer hotel guests internet access from their hotel rooms.

The move follows Littlewoods link with convenience store group T&S Store to install internet kiosks in its 1,200 strong-chain next year.

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