E-Z Rent-A-Car Mobile Web Site Launched for iPhone

The E-Z Rent-A-Car Web design team recently completed a mobile Web site to assist customers who use their cell phone, smart phone or mobile device to browse and make reservations on the Internet.

The mobile Web site is compatible with the iPhone and most other mobile Internet browsers. Instead of trying to navigate E-Z Rent-A-Car’s full Web site, the mobile Web site has been designed so the most important parts of the Web site can be accessed even if the visitor is traveling and away from the computer.

When you first open up the mobile site, there are four different options on the Home Screen:

• Reservations
• Locations
• E-Z Money Rewards
• Visit Full Web site (if you can’t find something you want on the mobile site, we still give you the option of visiting the full site).

In the Reservations section, visitors can make a new reservation, edit a rental time for an existing reservation, edit the reservation itself, cancel a reservation, or update the customer information.

The mobile Web site provides customers with speed and portability. Customers have the ability to make a reservation on-the-go or edit an existing reservation without dealing with the full Web site in a mobile web browser. Customers can also take their E-Z Rent-A-Car car rental reservation with them wherever they go.

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