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June 13, 2008

iPhone gets free access to BT Openzone


by David Allen

In a deal struck between the Apple iPhone supplier O2 and the BT Openzone network, all iPhone users will be allowed to get free access to the BT Openzone wi-fi hotspots.

This will begin from the 11th July 2008.

There are over three thousand premier hotspots throughout the UK, but when these are combined with the Cloud network it quickly rises to above nine thousand hotspots, offering plenty of places to get wi-fi access.

There will be no extra charge for using the BT Openzone as this is going to be included in the monthly tariffs, making the iPhone very attractive to some people.

As normal with any contract there will be a fair usage policy being put in place, but while using the BT Openzone and Cloud hotspots there are no limits on the data used by customers, so long as it is for personal use only.

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