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BT Wi-fi and glh. are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a 32GB iPad Air worth over £500.

BT has now launched a free, fast and unlimited wifi service in partnership with glh. to all guests at their hotels across the UK, including Thistle Hotels.

This "one-click" service allows customers to log onto the Internet instantly, without the hassle of signing up and giving all their details.

iPad Air

Demand for wifi in hotels is rising, with Thistle guests using over one billion minutes of wifi in 2013. A report by BDRC Continental found that guests consider free wifi as important as a good night's sleep.

Combined with the rapid explosion in smartphone use, predicted to reach 2.4 billion by 2015, the role of reliable wifi has never been more crucial to hotel guests.

As an owner/operator, glh. has taken the lead in upgrading its wifi service and has become BT's biggest user of free wifi.

Woman on BT Wi-fi at Thistle

BT Wi-fi logo

glh. now offers free, fast and unlimited wifi to any visitors in all its bedrooms, lobby areas and meeting rooms.

BT was the first supplier of public wi-fi over 10 years ago and so is the ideal partner for the Thistle Hotels initiative.

To celebrate this partnership, Business Traveller has teamed with BT Wi-fi and glh. to offer one lucky reader a 32GB iPad Air, worth over £500.

For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

When did BT first supply public wifi?

  1. Over 20 years ago
  2. Over 15 years ago
  3. Over 10 years ago
To enter, simply give your answer and fill in your details below before midnight on March 18.



This competition closed on 18 March 2014.





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