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I just got my BB yesterday and found I was having the same problem. I have hotspot@home but couldn't use the browser. Here's what I finally figured out:
After you have setup the wi-fi to your home router, go to MANAGE CONNECTIONS / SETUP WI-FI NETWORK / SCAN FOR NETWORKS and choose your network. Now you're looking for the page that says "SUCCESS" and you want to click the WI-FI HOTSPOT LOGIN where it has the (e.g. credit card) msg.
This will take you to a browser window that LOOKS just like the other ones except this one will work for you through home wireless.