BT Wi-fi

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BT Wi-fi
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OwnerBT Group
Current statusActive

BT Wi-fi is a global wi-fi hotspot service provided by BT Group in partnership with Fon. It was established following a rebranding of the former BT Openzone and BT Fon, bringing both of the services under one name.[1] It supports the BT Consumer division, providing free, unlimited BT Wi-fi for current broadband and mobile customers. It is the world's largest wi-fi network [2] with more than 5 million hotspots in the UK and another 9 million around the world. It can be accessed in a variety of places such as cafés, pubs, airports, hotels, motorway service stations, city centres and a range of independent businesses who have partnered up to provide its service.

Broadband and hotspot service[edit]

All BT Broadband customers including BT Business Broadband can get free and paid broadband service.

BT Broadband customers have access to a further 9 million international hotspots as of Dec 2014 through BT's partnership with FON.

Vouchers and subscriptions[edit]

Pre-paid vouchers and subscriptions are available for overseas or non-BT Broadband customers.

BT Wi-fi app[edit]

BT Broadband & subscriptions customers can get the app. The app is available on iOS and Android devices.


  1. ^ "BT Wi-fi is the new name for BT Openzone and BT Fon". BT Wi-fi. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
  2. ^ "BT Openzone and BT FON are now known as BT Wi-fi, the world's largest wi-fi network". BT Customer Help. Retrieved 20 November 2016.

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