The following post is from our advertiser, BT MyPlace.
Did you know the statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square has a small electrical current running through it to stop pigeons landing on it and creating a mess, or there’s an identical replica of London Bridge in Arizona? To help Londoners make the most of their time in the Capital this summer, BTMyPlace is launching 20 free video Mobi-Guides from Ballista, developed and presented by BBC personality Dan Snow. These give you something new about areas from Westminster to Waterloo, through a combination of inspirational history and trivia. The guides will be beamed to your wireless device based on your location ; for free!
BT MyPlace is the first information service to be personalised to a user’s location and interests. It is free to access using any internet-enabled mobile device, via any outdoor BT Openzone Westminster Wi-Fi hotspot and delivers targeted services including restaurant, bars and shopping recommendations, plus audio downloads, including books and walking tours.
To mark the launch, BT is giving away an Acer Aspire One netbook. For your chance to win, visit the site to find the answer to this question: What did Henry VIII practise at Horseguards? To enter, check out the competitions page at www.BTMyPlace.com. Registering takes seconds. Full Ts & Cs are available on the same page.