Forget the government or ofcom saying we will split you up, the simple fact and it is fact they can't by law do it. It's BT that have gone a long way to cover ground with ofcom and they want more so let them try in court because as stated by BT they have no power to do so under European law. I'm not saying down the line it won't happen and it could be a good thing but this is not that time.
You keep forgetting we are a private company as the government sold it to you and me and that was 30 years ago and they are still sticking wanting a say in it, like I said it is not a monopoly anymore those days have long passed us by. The government opened up the communication sector with the likes of NTL / Telewest/ Cable and wireless and Virgin and so on and restrictions on BT pricing made to allow competition in this country , billions spent by these companies on new duct and networks… Read More
I disagree m8's and like you said we can go around forever, but facts are facts and that's why what we need is for the government to set up an independent body to look at how to breakup BT and look at the historical funding provided to it and distribute some of that to all providers and rest going to BT shareholders, in the new company.
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