Monday, February 09, 2009

BT helps shedworkers on the move

The Independent reports that BT has launched an internet package that will boost the number of wi-fi hot spots in small to medium businesses and help those struggling with the credit crunch. It says that:
The service is aimed at enabling customers visiting businesses such as dentists, restaurants and hotels, to quickly and easily log-on to the internet while they wait for services. Businesses can either offer the service to customers free of charge or by selling BT Openzone vouchers. Users will be able to check email, surf the internet and use other services while using a separate, secure internet channel at broadband speeds.
Also, customers can use over 120,000 UK and Ireland commercial and residential locations to take advantage of the service.
Dentist reception area provided by Crowleys Custom Woodwork

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