Why do all of the hotspots have different SSIDs? It makes it very frustrating when I'm out and my phone connects to a low signal hotspot, and I have to manually connect to one with higher signal.
Here's a list of the different SSIDs I see:
BTWifi-X < And for some reason, this one's password protected?
Why the need for this many network names? Thanks.
The BTFon & BTOpenzone (be that BTOpenzone-B, BTOpenzone-H, ect) have been slowly migrating to BTWifi and BTWifi-with-FON for some time now.
Also the BTWifi-X is the newest version of the SSID which requires a certificate and IEEE 802.1X encryption (ie a more secure hotspot), though not all devices can support this type.
Its called evolution. Different hotspots were created at different times. BT was called GPO a long time ago, some manhole covers still say GPO.
100 points if you spy a manhole cover marked GPO-with-FON.