I have BT broadband, i have today received an email telling me:
*Can't wait to check your emails? Need to get the
latest train times? Now you can do all this and
more when you're on the go.
As a BT Broadband customer you get free, unlimited
access to our growing number of hotspots. So whatever
you want to do, we can help you get connected.
With more than 3.5 million wi-fi hotspots across the UK,
it's easy for you to get online on the go. Our BT FON
app – available on BlackBerry, Android, iPhone and iPad
– lets you connect in moments. You can do it with your
laptop too – just look for any BT FON or BT Openzone
I have found 'BT FON' with my laptop but im unsure whether i can log in now with any details or do i have to go through a registering process?
BT are closed and i wont be home untiol tomorrow night so i just wondered if anyone can help me?
morddwyd - That may be because you live in Scotland. I was setting up a friend's wireless recently and it locked on to a BT Fon network automatically and appeared to get internet. Unfortunately the friend wasn't a BT customer and the Fon network was not what I was after.
"You can find Fon hostspots using their site BT find hotspots"
Yes but the idea is not too look up a hotspot and then go and find it, but to log on when you are actually out and about somewhere about your daily business, or rather not business, but your daily normal social intercourse
morddwyd - Of course I know that. The idea of the site is so that you may have some indication of whether you will find a hotspot. If you put in your area postcode you may well find that there are none nearby in which case you will be unable to log on.