90 minutes free BT WIFI Text  freewifi and your email to  81192 (Cost of a text)
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90 minutes free BT WIFI Text freewifi and your email to 81192 (Cost of a text)

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Found 9th Jan 2013
Free 90 BT WIFI Inc BT openzone.

Cost is one standard text . cost me 10p but was not part of the inclusive text on my t-mobile or talkmobile accounts,
No follow up calls or text received

25 Comments

Original Poster

90 minutes to be used within 24 hours of first logging in. expires 28th febuary 2013

If you have bt broadband you get free unlimited minutes, sign in using your primary btinternet e-mail address
Edited by: "nono2522" 9th Jan 2013

Is this genuine? Looks dodgy to me. No mention of the offer on linked BT page. Does anyone have more information?

Apologies for casting doubts on the offer. I have found mention of the number on a BT page - btwifi.com/ter…bs/

No doubt hoping you sign up to the 12 month contract

Cheers heat added, airport used to provide free wifi but now its quite literally a pound per minute type thing although openzone is in there and all the other bt services unfortunly im with talktalk at home

Seems a good deal if you're in an area without good network data coverage or wi-fi access.

If you have Vodafone contract, chances are you get 2GB BT Openzone FREE wi-fi !!

Just gave it a try, got the username and password back straight away, will use it soon at the airport, thanks again

hemjshah

If you have Vodafone contract, chances are you get 2GB BT Openzone FREE … If you have Vodafone contract, chances are you get 2GB BT Openzone FREE wi-fi !!

This is true, however, completely useless for me - the only BT hotspot in my area is showing 4 miles away in a top hotel I would never visit anyway!

Great to have, especially in places like airports where no free wifi exists!

Always wifi in the lounges I'm in at the airport. Though I prefer tethering as it's often faster

07800 008 118 should also work instead of 81192 and was included in my text bundle (on GiffGaff) so the deal is completely free.

I notice you can sign up once per day.

Thanks OP! Ready for my visit to Manchester now.

helmethead

I notice you can sign up once per day.


Good if true, but that's not how I read the T&C:

7. One set of login details per email address and/or device permitted per … 7. One set of login details per email address and/or device permitted per person during the offer period.

Thanks!

krazykizza

Always wifi in the lounges I'm in at the airport. Though I prefer … Always wifi in the lounges I'm in at the airport. Though I prefer tethering as it's often faster


Airport lounges are not free either unless you are on some premium credit card etc.

hemjshah

If you have Vodafone contract, chances are you get 2GB BT Openzone FREE … If you have Vodafone contract, chances are you get 2GB BT Openzone FREE wi-fi !!


Not all vodafone contracts have 2GB.

krazykizza

Always wifi in the lounges I'm in at the airport. Though I prefer … Always wifi in the lounges I'm in at the airport. Though I prefer tethering as it's often faster


You poor person! Are u homeless? You want me to bring u some soup? And a blanket!!!:(

nono2522

If you have bt broadband you get free unlimited minutes, sign in using … If you have bt broadband you get free unlimited minutes, sign in using your primary btinternet e-mail address


If you have BT broadband you're paying dearly for the privilege.

hot:

stickyricky

You poor person! Are u homeless? You want me to bring u some soup? And … You poor person! Are u homeless? You want me to bring u some soup? And a blanket!!!:(



Condescending ****. Keep it in your bunker for when 'doomsday' comes. Sounds like you'll need it.

Unfortunately for those comparing BT Broadband FON WIFI with BT Openzone is like chalk and cheese.

As a BT customer or if you know someone with BT first log on to their wifi then their hotspot and you have access to
thousands of WIFIs router FONS everywhere except Hull. All this gives you is a few business hotspots if your lucky
voted cold

I think this is brilliant. However, I am a little wary of the BT Openzone locations. In a 10 mile radius there are AP's in: -
Game (x3)
Starbucks (x3)
Morrisons (x1)
Crown court. . . .

From that list I've only been to Morrisons on occasion but I can't say I've been compelled to use the internet in-store.

I have got the password but I dont detect any BT wifi

fail i forgot to text them when this came up and now its expired and i fly on thursday with an airport that no longer has free wifi
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