The standard UMA capable phones, which can route calls
over a wireless internet connection ("wifi"), work fine
with an "open" base, and can also handle a site that
requires a simple password to connect.
However, they won't work with an access point that
gives you a "splash screen" before login. These typically
say something like "welcom to the acme coffee shop. Please
click here to accept our internet rules, and we'll then
let you actually connect".
Do any of the newer or "smarter" phones manage to handle them?
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