The decisions made by BT, by far the largest communications provider in the UK, have a huge impact, whether it is on the broadband we consumer or on tech in general.
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BT engineers have been accused of pilfering lines and leaving customers in the lurch in order to set up new connections. It happens all the time, according to some.
£1.2bn plan to bring broadband to rural areas is not delivering enough competition, says goverment spending watchdog.
For the first time since Ofcom started collecting complaints statistics, BT has taken the top spot.
BT will make a second pass on locations that it hasn't managed to deliver fibre to in previous attempts.
As BT expands its services offering in the Asia-Pacific region, it faces a head-on battle with Australian incumbent Telstra as it expands its service offering into Asia.
BT is splitting its major division into two to focus on consumers and businesses, though this involves merging BT Enterprises — aimed at big businesses — with the one aimed at SMEs.
The telco's first-quarter results have revealed BT's dominance of UK fibre connections.
In a relatively small addition to its rollout, BT has revealed the names of a handful of new exchanges to get fibre-enabled.
A vast datacentre will be built in the former press and broadcast centre after a deal was signed between the London Legacy Development Corporation and Infinity.
BT is adding new copper and fibre broadband customers to its network as it continues to extend the reach of its fibre network, but tough conditions in Europe and declining call revenues are eating into its takings.
Google is accusing BT of providing arms to a sea of patent trolls. With a patent suit, it's hoping to end them.
BT is continuing to fibre-enable new exchanges, with nearly a hundred more in Scotland, the Midlands and the north of England to go live before next year.
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.
The telco, which used to be a mobile player before it sold O2 to Telefónica in 2005, will take part in the upcoming 4G spectrum auction. It is quite likely, though, that it wants the airwaves to provide a wireless alternative to fixed-line broadband.