A self-employed heating engineer has vented his frustrations after being left without the internet for more than 11 weeks despite being visited by 24 different engineers. Andy Dunstan, who runs his.. The Cornishman Also reported by •Cornish Guardian •West Briton
Britain's biggest telecoms group has agreed to put the division that runs the national broadband network into a legally separate company in a bid to improve the country's digital infrastructure and.. Source: Rumble -
Britain’s biggest broadband company, BT has pledged to spend six billion pounds (7.6 billion euros) on superfast fibre-optic cabling and 4G mobile in the next three years. The follows criticism from.. Source: Euronews English -
Severn Trent boss Olivia Garfield's pay package stood at £2.45m last year, the water group's annual reports revealed yesterday.
Garfield, who became chief executive in 2014, took home a salary of.. City A.M.
Thousands of homes in Derby now have access to a new broadband technology which it is claimed can give download speeds more than 10 times faster than the UK national average. Last year, Openreach, BT.. Derby Telegraph
BT has voluntarily cut the amount it charges Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk after the UK's telecoms regulator revealed plans to force infrastructure arm Openreach to reduce its prices.
Watchdog.. City A.M.
St Austell will shortly benefit from some of the country's fastest broadband in a pilot which will enable downloads of a two-hour movie in just 90 seconds, Openreach has confirmed. More than 3,000.. The Cornishman Also reported by •Cornish Guardian •West Briton
A row brewing between TalkTalk and BT is threatening to undermine a key consultation to boost the UK’s broadband infrastructure.
In March, telecoms regulator Ofcom imposed its largest ever fine on.. City A.M.
The telecoms watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation after Openreach failed to meet a target of installing 97 per cent of new ethernet lines within 159 working days. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
BT employees in Nottinghamshire won't be affected by an announcement that the telecoms giant will shed 4,000 jobs.The company employs 650 people across the county, in roles including Openreach.. Nottingham Post