As a BT customer, you’ll have free access to those public Wi-Fi hotspots we mentioned – there are more than 14 million of them worldwide. Just download the relevant app, and you’re ready to use them while you’re out and about.
You’ll also be able to use BT Cloud online storage to save, manage and back up your content. The handy thing about cloud storage is that you don’t need your own computer to access your data. With an internet connection, you can log on from any device, wherever you are.
BT also has a range of internet security and child protection options to help you use the internet safely. BT NetProtect is a free service for BT customers, which helps combat viruses and scams, and warns you if you’re about to visit a suspicious site. Meanwhile, BT Parental Controls let you decide what your family can access at home.
In addition, BT customers can sign up to free email with BT Mail. This gives you unlimited email storage on up to 11 email addresses.
And finally, you can potentially save money at the supermarket with BT! Some of the company’s broadband offers come with free Sainsbury’s gift certificates, which are worth looking out for if you’re thinking of switching to BT.