BT Openzone won't be available to O2, which is obviously a tragedy

31 May 2013

Bitterwallet - BT - featured Devastating news O2 customers: you won't be able to use BT Openzone WiFi hotspots from 1st July. Of course, the small matter that BT Openzone are the most useless, irritating crapspots ever, shouldn't taint your view.

This change is the result of a four-year agreement between the two companies coming to a close at the end of June.

"From 1 July 2013, we will no longer offer access to BT Openzone wi-fi hotspots to our customers," said O2 in a statement.

"We'll continue to extend the reach and scale of O2 wi-fi through exciting partnerships with venues including O2 shops, restaurants, retail outlets and outdoor and indoor locations across the UK."

Of course, everyone uses 3G or 4G on their phones, using up their minutes and data, rather than the tribulations of BT's dreadful, awkward service.

TOPICS:   Technology


  • Keith
    I didn't know there were O2 restaurants
  • Yog S.
    As if the hotspots ever worked.
  • Teddy E.
    Well said Mof.

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