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- Fair Usage Policy -

I keep receiving email's that my wi-fi usage at BT Fon is over 8,000 minutes so far this month. I know that I have not logged onto BT Fon this month so I am assuming that someone else is using my credentials. I connect via my own BT Hub on to the Internet as far as I am aware. Is there anyway I can check to make sure that I am using the BT Home Hub and not the BT Fon part.

 

What is the correct way to change password's in BT Fon?

 

Many Thanks

 

Paul Harrison

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Re: - Fair Usage Policy -

you can try downloading inssider2.1 (istumbler if MAC) and then run it. This will show the broadcasting networks round about you and their channels including your own. If you then enter your router and change your wireless channel to a free or less congested channel.

 

you can also check to see where you are connected by the icon in bottom RH tray



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Re: - Fair Usage Policy -

In Windows go to Control Panel > Network & Sharing Centre > Manage wireless networks. Make sure that your Home Hub is at the top of the list. Alternatively, if the wireless icon is displayed in the notification area clicking it will show your current connection.

 

Your BT Fon password is the same as the one for your primary email. You can change it by logging in to BT Yahoo! and going to My Account.

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