Edition: United Kingdom  
One News Page
“Probably the fastest-access news portal in the world”
Openreach News  |<  Page 1  >> 
0
shares
Share on
Facebook
Share on
Twitter
Post on 
Reddit
Share by
Email
 

Ofcom really isn't happy about the lack of diversity on the UK's TV screens

ofcom really isn't happy about the lack of diversity on the uk's tv screens
Britain's broadcasting regulator had some stern words to say about the lack of diversity on the UK's TV screens. In a report released today, Ofcom blasted the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky and Channel 5..
City A.M.

BT is still laying old-fashioned copper wires

bt is still laying old-fashioned copper wires
Critics say the firm’s Openreach arm has been using outdated copper wires to connect homes to the internet, instead of fibre cables which families would need for superfast broadband.
MailOnline

Videos for openreach

News video: BT resolves Openreach broadband battle

BT resolves Openreach broadband battle 01:16

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 -

 

Users shop cold-calling telco to ICO: 'She said she was from Openreach'


The Register

Pair conquer Iceland trek for a good cause

TWO work colleagues battled blisters and freezing temperatures to complete the Openreach Iceland trek and raise more than £37,000 for charity.
The Argus

Roadworks on Lower Bristol Road to end by 'beginning of next week'

roadworks on lower bristol road to end by 'beginning of next week'
Openreach has been lowering its underground network ahead of 175 flats being built in Roseberry Road
Bath Chronicle

Devon villages in the internet fast lane after agreeing high speed broadband partnership with Openreach

devon villages in the internet fast lane after agreeing high speed broadband partnership with openreach
Hockworthy and Holcombe Rogus get £26,000 grant to help fund fibre broadband scheme
Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressWestern Morning NewsTiverton Mid Devon GazetteNorth Devon Journal

Carillion shares pop after snaring £300m confidence building contract

carillion shares pop after snaring £300m confidence building contract
Carillion today gave its shareholders a reason to be cheerful, with news it had secured a £300m Manchester property development contract. After hitting record lows yesterday, shares in the..
City A.M.

Hedge funds smell blood and up the ante on Carillion

hedge funds smell blood and up the ante on carillion
Shares in Carillion fell to new lows today as hedge funds smelled blood in the water and upped bets against the stricken construction firm. Carillion’s stock plummeted as much as 15 per cent in..
City A.M.

G.Fast technology is heading to Bath and it means big downloads in just seconds

g.fast technology is heading to bath and it means big downloads in just seconds
The city has been included in Openreach's pilot scheme for the new ultrafast broadband
Bath Chronicle

Vodafone in talks with Openreach over big investment in UK broadband


Telegraph.co.uk

Internet customers to be much worse off if Ofcom caves to industry pressure

internet customers to be much worse off if ofcom caves to industry pressure
Broadband customers are set to be short-changed out of tens of millions of pounds if regulators cave into the demands of Britain's largest internet providers, a leading consumer group has..
City A.M.

Openreach shelves dark fibre roll out after court victory over Ofcom

openreach shelves dark fibre roll out after court victory over ofcom
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.

BT engineer shocked to find drug needles in Poundstretcher...

bt engineer shocked to find drug needles in poundstretcher...
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 CornishmanCornish Guardian

Openreach pegs full fibre overhaul anywhere between £3bn and £6bn


The Register

Arqiva picks banks in £6bn float plans

arqiva picks banks in £6bn float plans
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.

BT Openreach faces "material reductions" from Ofcom plans

bt openreach faces "material reductions" from ofcom plans
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.

Staff’s Iceland trek for charity

TWO Brighton staff from Openreach have taken on the challenge of braving the Icelandic terrain in aid of the armed forces and their families.
The Argus

Carillion seeks to quell joint venture unease

carillion seeks to quell joint venture unease
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.


You Might Like


 |<  Page 1  >> 
Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2017 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  |  About us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Privacy Policy  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  Help  |  Contact us  |  DMCA / Content Removal
How are we doing? Send us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter   FIND us on Google+