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BT has launched a range of Wi-Fi vouchers, which travellers will be able to use all over the world.

The vouchers give users 500 minutes of internet use for £28 in the US and £40 in Europe and enable travellers to make voice calls cheaper and quicker and access data through thousands of hotspots globally.

Another benefit is that because the vouchers are fixed-price, users will be able to keep track of their spending and cut the risk of being hit by hidden roaming charges.

News of the launch coincided with BT announcing that it had signed a deal with iBahn to enable BT customers to access the internet via a wireless broadband connection in the firm's 1,200 hotels.

Chris Bruce, general manager of BT Openzone, said: "More than ever before the building blocks are in place to provide widespread coverage and cheaper calls for those who want to call home or access the internet when abroad using Wi-Fi.

"The international travel voucher makes business travel simple, convenient and hassle-free and our agreement with iBahn gives travellers even more opportunity to take advantage of it."

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