The telco now says it will have covered two-thirds of the UK with fibre connectivity by the spring of 2014, not the end of 2014 as it said a year ago, and not the end of 2015 as was the original plan.
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The cost involved in a fibre-to-the-premises rollout for all UK residences is unnecessary as existing technologies can be extended for faster download speeds in the future, the telco says
BT's big broadband outage on Monday was caused by a power surge, the telco has said.The outage, which affected hundreds of thousands of customers around the UK, was originally put down to a power failure, but a BT spokesman told ZDNet UK on Tuesday that a surge had been to blame.
UK-based telco BT is set to create an additional 50 jobs in Australia as the result of opening a new customer service facility in Sydney.
Government figures show an eight percent year-on-year drop in fixed-line telecoms R&D expenditure in 2009, despite a 513 percent increase in operating profits over the same period
The European Commission (EC) has told UK telco giant BT that the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) will not force internet service providers (ISPs) to police their networks for copyright infringement.
The US telco plans to invest $1bn on upgrading its networks and services this year, including facilities for the UK and Europe
The telco is cutting its call-centre workforce in India by 4,000 as it returns some of the work to the UK
UK health agency Connecting for Health will now pay telco BT £1 billion, 61 per cent more than the original £620 million, to provide the backbone for the NHS National Programme for IT, following a contract reset inFebruary this year.
The vision of the future BT portrayed this week at an Australian conference was so far removed from how Telstra's David Quilty has described the British telco that I wonder if they were talking about the same UK.
The telco has announced a partnership with the mobile operator to provide national roaming in the UK for its fixed-mobile convergence service
Deal between Thai telco AIS and a UK-based mobile entertainment company will deliver 20 made-for-mobile channels over a GPRS network.
UK-based Newport Networks alarmed the City after revealing that its efforts to sell its VoIP hardware to a major telco have stumbled
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The Post Office has launched a domestic telephony service but the plan has been rubbished by analysts. A broadband product may still follow, however
As ZDNet UK predicted last week, Britain's dominant telco has hit another ADSL milestone. But is this good for competition?
The telco wants to roll out wireless broadband across the UK - but only if it gets government funding
Oftel has ruled that BT has been overcharging for its wholesale unmetered Internet-access product, but ISPs may find better things to do with their savings than passing them on to customers
The telco has set out the path to 90 percent ADSL coverage for the UK - good news for 500 local areas, but pretty grim for others
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