AOL and ntl are keen to play down the significance of any merger talks, but analysts say a deal would give AOL a key broadband delivery vehicle
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BT agrees to face the music as rivals meet to settle differences - down the pub
BT favours business customers - at least for the time being
ISP steers clear of the chatroom feature that has proved a controversial issue for other instant messaging providers
Freeserve Anytime offers unlimited Net access for £12.99, undercutting AOL
As Oftel gets tough on BT, the telco claims its plans will actually damage the UK Internet industry
More shame for BT's ADSL rollout as experts question whether the telco is telling the truth
It should be a glorious day for BT. Unfortunately for the telco, it's not... Jane Wakefield reports
Oftel's anti-competitive ruling on SurfTime opens the market for cheaper unmetered access, although expect lower quality service
Oftel's ruling against BT last week, means cheaper access costs for everyone. Jane Wakefield reports...
When is free not free? Observers and analysts agree it is when you have to pay a price, and we're not just talking cash...
According to AOL, you could be paying more for unmetered access than BT would have you believe. Jane Wakefield reports
Most consumers would switch from 'free' ISP service to flat-rate subscriptions, finds a new survey
Analysts believe metered access inhibits Internet usage
'Complain about BT and we will act' says the regulator, as ISPs air grievances in secret forum
Now Oftel says it's getting directly involved to cut phone charges
While the press fell for the hype, users and ISPs are not impressed
Pressure mounts on BT Tuesday as members of the Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications (CUT) meet with e-Minister Patricia Hewitt to lay out their plans for reducing Internet costs.