The move does differentiate IHG from competitors who provide free WiFi only to elite loyalty members. But observers say it still leaves room for charging for some kinds of Internet access. IHG agrees. Don Berg, the company's vice president of loyalty programs and partnerships, said that while basic Internet service is fine for "the majority of guests ... hotels may have to charge a premium for heavy bandwidth users." In which case, the question becomes what constitutes basic bandwidth and what is high bandwidth. The line between the two keeps changing with the evolution of technology, especially mobile devices. Get the full story at Travel Weekly