It would be helpful if the BT Broadband account holder could nominate one sub-account to have free access to the hotspots, in addition to the main e-mail account.
A parent could nominate a young person who may be away from home, at university or college.
This would avoid the need for the primary e-mail account details to be revealed.
The account holder would still be responsible for hotspot usage, and could suspend the access if needed.
Yes I feel that it would be a useful feature.
There was post recently where the poster wanted to do exactly what Keith mentions but did not want to give out there own password
Cannot see why this has not already been implemented.
I totally agree, it would seem sensible that my son for example could use this whilst out and about.
What about a complimentary BT WiFi account to run alongside BTBB access for opted-in customers? 4000 minutes worth 39 quid a month might be a perk too far, but the 500 minutes option for sick squid could be a starter.
So does that mean that on my iPad I will have to use my husbands log in details to access the Internet? Not the most computer lit person so would appreciate if anyone could answer this.
Chris23. That is correct.
i agree, it should be a service for the family, the primary account holder is only a nominated account as far as i am concerned, why should i or my wife suffer becos we chose the other as the nominated prmiary account????
Come on BT peeps, this suggestion should have been implemented long ago.
For BT WiFi we are obliged to give strangers access through our own hubs, but our own family members can't access the service we supply and pay for.
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