BT has this week combined both its BT Openzone and BT FON wireless hotspot services in one brand called BT Wi-Fi. Combining all their hotspots to offer a massive 4 million BT Wi-Fi hotspots in the UK.
Which is currently around 320 times more wi-fi hotspots than Sky, BT’s closest competitor as far as Internet hotspots are concerned. Providing you with 4 million public wireless hotspots in the UK and 2 million more around the world. BT and O2 users can jump on the hotspots free of charge, removing the need to use 3G. BT explains:
“You’ll find hotspots in cafes, airports, hotels or even when you’re walking down the street or relaxing in the park. And this summer we are the sole public wi-fi provider for London 2012, keeping you connected around the Olympic Park and at over 500,000 hotspots across London.”
For more information jump over to the BT Wi-Fi website for more details.
Source: TNWFiled Under: Technology News