BT Multiphone Reviews
Product Type: BT in Telecommunications Services
Description:The BT Multi.phone is the new generation of BT Payphones that offers email, Internet and telephony to tourists, ... more
Newest Review: ... is very good indeed; it always accepts my finger touches, unlike many touch screens. BT engineers obviously put a lot of thought into the virtual keyboard – it has lots of clever features which are simple enough to be usable, such as separate keys for http://” and “.co.uk” Having said this, you wouldn’t want to type very much on it, almost vertical and at chest ... more
Customer BT Multiphone Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/03/01, updated on 05/03/01 (Very useful, 179 readings)
Yes, you need eyes in your sternum (or somewhere else on your chest) to use this one, unless you are below average height or a child. How has BT managed to design a kiosk with a screen positioned so low and pointing at such an angle? But more of that later. BT’s Multi.phone is three things. First, a conventional pay telephone (no more to be said about that). Second, an internet terminal, allowing access to the world wide web, including web-based e-mail services. And third, another mangling of the English language as BT needlessly and pathetically tries to invent another word with a spurious full stop in the middle – yeuch. BT ... Read the complete review
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