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After agreeing terms to buy EE last February, BT's acquisition of the UK's largest carrier is now complete, creating a quad-play giant in fixed-line telephony, broadband, mobile and TV services.
BT, the UK's largest provider of fixed-line telephony and broadband, is set to acquire EE, the country's biggest mobile network, after the deal was cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority.
EE and O2, two of the UK's largest mobile carriers, have acknowledged network issues that have left some customers unable to make or receive calls today - but the cause is not yet clear.
EE has announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Olaf Swantee, will be stepping down when the carrier's acquisition by BT Group is complete - a deal that is still awaiting final regulatory approval.
Leading UK telecoms provider BT is increasing its prices from September, less than ten months after the last 6.5% increase. Line rental will go up by £1, and broadband charges will rise by almost 7%.
BT has rolled out three new SIM-only mobile plans, offering up to 20GB of data with unlimited calls for £25 a month. Its mobile services will run on the EE network, which the company is trying to buy.
Telefónica has agreed to sell O2 UK to Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three - subject to regulatory approval - in a £10.25bn deal, creating a 'super-carrier' with more customers than any other in the UK.
Virgin claims it's the UK's biggest broadband investment in a decade, expanding its fibre optic network to another four million homes and businesses by 2020, as well as creating 6,000 new jobs.
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While BT is set to finalize its £12.5bn deal to acquire EE by mid-2016, Vodafone executive Colao has already voiced concerns regarding the acquisition, which he claims will restrict competition.
BT has officially announced that they are buying EE, the UK's largest 4G operator, for $19 billion paid out in cash and stock. The deal is expected to go through by early next year.
BT has announced plans to deploy new 'G.fast' technology that will allow it to deliver broadband speeds to homes and businesses of up to 500Mbps, with the first public trials beginning this summer.
As the battle between Internet service providers and their customers who want to view adult content on the web rages on, TalkTalk has become the latest UK ISP to filter such material by default.
Just a few weeks after BT confirmed that it is in talks to acquire EE, the parent company of Three is said to be considering a £9bn bid to take over O2 from Spanish communications giant Telefónica.
UK telecoms giant BT is in exclusive talks to buy the country's largest mobile carrier group, EE, in a deal worth around £12.5bn, which would include EE's current owners taking a 16% stake in BT.
Various ads from Virgin Media have been banned after BT and Sky complained to the ASA over claims that Virgin customers could expect to download "five times faster" than on its rivals' networks.
BT is increasing its broadband and home phone prices by up to 6.5% - almost four times the rate of inflation - from December, but its CEO says the company is "sensitive to the tough economic times".
Major UK ISP BT has been forced to apologize after many of its millions of broadband users lost internet connectivity partially or totally for a period of a couple of hours earlier this morning.
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BT has announced that it has used a new "flexible grid' infrastructure" on an existing core fiber connection in London to achieve "real world" broadband speeds of up to 1.4 Tbps.
BT Broadband has revealed details of its new network-level Parental Controls, which will block access to adult content for all users by default, forcing them to opt out of the restrictions if desired.