RECENT NEWS:BTopenworld throttles P2P applicationsMonday 8th October The UK ISP admitted to its users over the weekend that it is imposing traffic controls on popular peer-to-peer applications \n\nBTopenworld accused of call centre incompetenceFriday 5th October Staff on the BTopenworld helplines are misinformed and unhelpful, according to dissatisfied BT customers \n\nBT offers 'heavy' users free ADSL installationWednesday 3rd October Nearly one million BTopenworld customers offered free broadband upgrades, but it'll cost an extra £25 a month \n\nBTopenworld attacked for terminating Anytime accountsFriday 28th September BT cuts off customers who it has accused of leaving their connections "unattended" for long periods of time \n\n'Watchdog' barks at BTopenworld tacticsMonday 24th September BT stands accused of shunting 34,000 heavy users of its unmetered package onto an unreliable alternative service \n\nSee the Broadband News Section for the latest on cable modems, ADSL, satellite and other high-speed access technologies. \n\nSee the ADSL News Section for the latest ADSL headlines. \n\nHave your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the Telecoms forum. \n\nLet the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read other letters.