BT is the world's oldest communications company and one of the world's leading communications services companies. It has an extensive global presence and serves customer needs in more than 170 countries.
TalkTalk want better service ? That's a bit rich coming from them.
BT Openreach: new line-up: Twelve years ago, U.K. telecoms regulator Ofcom considered a break-up of BT Group, splitting the retail business from the network business. Instead, Ofcom chose a functional separation of the two divisions but kept them within the same company. Born in 2006, BT’s Openreach is the U.K.’s main voice and data network. It sells access to a variety of telecoms operators, including BT’s own retail division. But its competitors, such as TalkTalk, are not happy. For a start, they want better service. Openreach has a target to address to 95% of service interruptions within four hours, but according to Ofcom it has yet to meet this (and other) targets. More network investment might help. BT’s capital spending on Openreach has been flat for several years at around £1 billion. Yet BT has been generous in other parts of its business, offering nearly £3 billion for European football broadcast rights and £12.5 billion for U.K. mobile company EE. Telling an incumbent operator to get rid of its network would be novel in European telecoms but it has worked well in other sectors — in energy, the U.K.’s National Grid has done well for both customers and investors. But there could be drawbacks. A new management team could also be more ambitious, planning upgrades that stretch the company balance sheet and forcing higher prices on customers.
MEDIA-BT to create 1000 new apprenticeships and graduate jobs -Press and Journal Thu, 5th Mar 2015 00:33
on the up
whats going on here ,every day its gone up .love it !
He will be back when they fall 2p wailing his doom and gloom :-). Bless it
Anyone seen Ghost? sorry Ghost I didnt take your advice to sell at £4.08 now they are £4.62 so that 54p up
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