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March 28, 2008

BT and BA offer Wi-Fi


by David Allen
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BT and BA offer Wi-Fi<br />

With all of the bad news coming out of the new Terminal Five building at Heathrow, British Airways must be pleased that are able to provide some good news for a change. In a partnership between British Airways, British Telecom and Oneworld Alliance, travellers using BA will soon be able to use a free Wi-Fi service.

This new Wi-Fi service will provide over 25 hotspots in BA’s airport lounges throughout the UK and Jersey, including the new but still having teething problems terminal five at Heathrow where the new and exclusive lounge complex will allow travellers to get connected while they are waiting for their baggage to be found or lost whatever the case maybe.

British Airways are now the first and only UK based carrier to give their customers free Wi-Fi and this unique process will enable them to access this service directly through the BA website and then directly connect to BT Openzone with any wireless enabled device.


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