BT infrastructure arm Openreach today confirmed it will not open up unused fibre networks to internet firms as previously timetabled after its legal victory in July against the UK’s telecom.. City A.M.
A telecoms engineer who turned up for a job at the back of town centre shop was shocked to discover a backyard full of needles, wrappers and used condoms. When Openreach engineer Mikey Palmer turned up.. West Briton Also reported by •The Cornishman •Cornish Guardian
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 -
Arqiva, the UK’s largest owner of mobile, TV and radio masts, has picked four of the City’s biggest names to explore a mammoth stock market listing.
A float of business, valuing the firm at.. City A.M.
The UK's telecoms regulator is planning to impose a cap on the amount BT's infrastructure arm can charge rivals for accessing telegraph poles and underground cables.
Ofcom today published a.. City A.M.
Carillion has held a series of emergency meetings as the crisis-hit contractor hopes to quell unease from joint venture partners, according to reports.
It is common practice for rival firms to.. City A.M.
BT has promised to invest up to £600m in bringing broadband to rural parts of Britain in a bid to avoid tougher regulation.
It wants to get 99 per cent of the country connected to broadband of.. City A.M.
BT shares were down 4.5 per cent this morning after the telecom unveiled a 42 per cent drop in profits during the first half of 2017.
Pre-tax profit fell from £717m to £418m year-on-year, after.. City A.M.
Earlier this month, Ofcom published a new initiative to “help make it easier for communications customers to get better deals”.
It sounds positive. But buried in the announcement was a brief.. City A.M.
Analysts are anticipating BT to report muted first quarter figures on Friday, with City expectations that revenue and profits will be in line with 2016.
Company provided consensus analyst forecasts.. City A.M.
Openreach, the infrastructure arm of BT, has launched a “forensic investigation” into its landmark £1.5bn contract with crisis-hit Carillion after the construction firm had over half its value.. City A.M.
Telecoms watchdog Ofcom yesterday said it had created a taskforce to oversee the separation of Openreach, which is already due to have its own independent chairman and board. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk