the all new openreach mastersocket 5C MK4
Apparently the BT HomeHub 5 broadband router now transmits an additional BTWifi-X signal so that the BT iOS 6 wifi app can connect more easily via 802.1x authentication !
you can use a bt home hub 4 or 5 with a sky hub or virginmedia hub to extend your broadband wifi network coverage and or add 5G to a 2.4G only network
now there are some more uk dialing codes
BT Home Hub 2.0 Type B factory default IP address is 192.168.1.254 and the current firmware version should be 184.108.40.206.83.3.37
and you can even connect a storage device to its USB port
GBBO is a joint initiative by Google, Enterprise UK, BT, e-skills UK and many other partners to help small businesses create their first website and help them understand the opportunities offered by the Internet. We've set a target of helping 100,000 UK organisations get their first website easily and for free by the end of 2010.
BT Tradespace is a Business Media Network online community incorporating a business directory and marketplace. On this site you can buy and sell products and services, find a business and network with other like-minded individuals.Launched in April 2007, BT Tradespace is a platform that brings businesses and individuals together making it easy for them do business online. Unlike a conventional business directory, BT Tradespace members can use social media tools such as blogs, photos, videos and podcasts to promote their products and services. For prospective customers, it provides the opportunity to get to know a business before buying from them.
They already claim to have 80,000+ members and 1000+ communities !
BT Total Broadband customers who are members of BT FON can use their Wi-Fi minutes to access BT Openzone hotspots as well as BT FON hotspots.
If you are not a BT Total Broadband customer, you can access the BT FON network by buying a BT Openzone voucher at www.btopenzone.com/buy.
Yes you can connect to broadband at any FON hotspot around the world – anywhere that you see the "FON" Wi-Fi signal. Go to www.bt.com/btfon to see hotspot maps of the world.
But why is this a one way deal and why can't normal FON users use the BT FON & BT OpenZone networks ?
Previously you had to chose between free worldwide wi-fi roaming or making money but NOW you can do BOTH !
Foneros can now both connect for free and make a little money by participating in the FON Community. It’s easy. Every time a visitor (non-Fonero) detects your WiFi signal there’s a good chance you can make a bit of “dinero”.