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As one undersea broadband project ends, another begins.
The theft of hundreds of metres of copper cable led to broadband outages in Middlesex and Sussex last year.
BT is facing nearly £100m of repayments after Ofcom concluded the telecoms company had overcharged providers such as BSkyB, TalkTalk and Virgin Media for its ethernet services.
From next month, scrap metal dealers will no longer be able to deal in cash, under a legal crackdown aimed at combating thefts that regularly cause broadband and phone outages for BT customers.
Another 800,000 businesses and homes around the UK will be within reach of fibre by late 2013, BT has said, as part of its £2.5bn plan to bring super-fast broadband to two-thirds of the country
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The internet and media company posted revenue of more than £1bn, helped by an increase in demand for consumer super-fast broadband and TiVo television services, as well as a decent showing from its business unit
BT is using a new tracking technology that can sound the alert when a cable has been cut or damaged, as it seeks to crack down on thieves trying to steal valuable copper
As BT gets going on a project to digitise half a million pictures from its archives, ZDNet UK has selected some already online that illustrate the ups and downs of the UK communications over the years
The Metropolitan Police and BT have launched a unit dedicated to tackling copper cable theft, after persistent disruption to communications networks
The company has named another 178 telephone exchanges now in line to get upgraded to super-fast fibre — many of them in Scotland and Wales — which will bring its rollout to 80 percent completion
Cable & Wireless has left the broadband pilot for the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland, BT is now the only major company still in the bid process, leaving local politicians worried
Hyperoptic has turned on 1Gbps connectivity for residents of a Wandsworth residential development, in an installation that cost around £130 per flat
Virgin says the BT infrastructure it leases for residential services in the area will not allow it to offer super-fast broadband,cable TV and phone services, so it is shutting shop there
Broadband is getting faster, but the regulator has pointed out an increasing gap between advertised speeds and those actually received by customers
The government department is in discussions with major suppliers, including large IT companies, to list subcontractors as part of an effort to give more contracts to small businesses
Cable thieves knocked out phone and broadband connectivity for thousands of businesses and homes in the Byfleet area of Surrey on Thursday.Described by BT as "a significant attack" and reported by thinkbroadband as involving a chainsaw and affecting 4,000 premises, the theft took place in the early hours of Thursday morning.
BT has become the fourth company to sign a Deed of Understanding to provide parts of the technology that underpin the Public Sector Network programme
Openreach — a division of BT that deals with its infrastructure — has drafted pricing proposals for companies wanting to share its telegraph pole and cable duct infrastructure to deliver cable broadband to customers.The proposal, which BT stresses is still in its initial phase, is the product of industry engagement and sets out pricing for third-party access to BT Openreach's pole and duct infrastructure.
The ISP has begun offering a service that matches the speeds of BT fibre-to-the-home services, although it is only live in four locations
Smaller providers say the UK's 'fibre tax' system means that BT will win most of the cash the government is offering as subsidies for rural super-fast broadband