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BT Openzone and BT Fon?


1936

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As I trawl the Web the terms "BT Openzone" and "BT Fon" come up now and again. would anyone care to say a few words about them?

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Linkslade

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Have a look at these.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FON

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BT_Openzone

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1936

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Many thanks, they look like there worth looking at in greater detail.

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1936

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Many thanks, they look like there worth looking at in greater detail.

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onthelimit1

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Sorry, I know it's trivial, but can't resist:

There = 'over there'

Their = belonging to them (as in their laptop).

They're = contraction of 'they are'.

Rant over!

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1936

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You are quite correct and I'm glad that my wife, who can spell, did not look over my shoulder when I opened this. I am a graduate of two universities with three degrees but I can't spell. If I were middle class I could claim dyslexia (it took five goes on spellcheck to find out how to spell that)but as I'm common working class I guess I'm just thick. God bless this wonderful spell check.

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onthelimit1

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'common working class'

Me too!

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proudfoot

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Fortunately I am retired, but it must be a wonderful to be working class and working. Sadly for many it may not be long enough to be working working class, middle class or upper class.

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