BT Business Hub allows organizations to create a Openzone wireless access point on their premises, in a separate channel of your corporate network. The idea is that businesses such as restaurants, hotels, cafes and sports clubs can offer free Wi-Fi access as an incentive to attract more customers through the door, or generate additional revenue by selling vouchers Openzone. BT case studies include a hotel that has seen revenues increase by 10 percent since Wi-Fi connections available to guests. It is worth noting in advance that the maximum number of users who can enter this Openzone separate channel – with a speed limited to 512Kbps – is just 13. This is not a solution for large organizations.
Business Total Broadband includes BT Business Hub (2700HGV) with unlimited 8Mbps “Option 2 ‘(£ 25/month) and’ Option 3 ‘(£ 30/month) packages. Option 12. £ 99/month ‘1 ‘package is capped at 10 GB per month, and you have to pay £ 59 (VAT) for the Business Hub itself.
Once it is installed and configured, BT Openzone subscribers (and others with the use of credits Openzone) can access your access point as they would any access point BT Openzone. They use a Wi-Fi device to find the separate SSID and connect to BT Openzone through the login page BT Openzone. Other users have to buy access time for your company, offering a new source of income. Alternatively, you can give access to the Internet as a way to attract customers.