It seems that after some lengthy negotiations, BT Openzone and T-Mobile, have settled on an agreement that allows customers to use both of these Wi-Fi hot spots. The two providers have around 10,000 hot spots, and the problem always tends to be the hot spot where you are is for a different provider.
Wi-Fi hot spots are certainly not cheap Internet access solutions, costing £25 per month for a 4,000 minute subscription, or £6 per hour for occasional use. They are becoming more and more important for business people on the move.
For more on this see the full article over at ZDNet.
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