Can we write policy without people? BT's Phil Baulch asks
Company also to hire 6,000 new staff in cyber security and customer service
BT wants to make the public switched telephone network history within eight years
Buy cheap, buy twice...
The measures will support both consumers and businesses
Recruitment plans are 'most ambitious ever', claims Openreach HR director Kevin Brady
Ofcom aims to hold the spectrum auction 'as soon as possible'
Court of Appeals refuses to overturn original decision
Openreach promises hire 3,000 engineers to deliver fibre-to-the-premise broadband to three million homes and businesses
Just take my money. Now, where do I sign?
BT told to take a hike with its £600m 'offer' to 'improve speeds'
The UK's fibre roll-out strategy: all talk and no action?
Organisations will work together on research projects to benefit UK business
New launch helps customers to mix, match, and resell business services in the cloud.
The UK still has 40,000 barely used phone boxes littering the landscape
Three letter to Ofcom threatens legal action over 'meaningless' auction spectrum cap aimed at BT and Vodafone
Ofcom's attempt to maintain mobile competition won't prevent a mobile market takeover by Vodafone and BT, warns Three
Microsoft joins 500 other organisations in HPE-led cloud initiative
BT to consider fibre-to-the-premises project as price of copper looks set to surge
Earl of Iddesleigh stops villagers getting fibre broadband after objecting to BT laying cables across his land
New cabling required to connect village to 21st century would spoil the Earl's views
Regulator wants BT's rivals to be able to lay their networks over Openreach's infrastructure
And Sky and EE aren't much better, either
BT will provide fixed and wireless networks, as well as cloud and IT services to the Met
Stricter requirements for repairs and installations will also be in place, says Ofcom
Ofcom calls for automatic compensation for customers suffering slow broadband and missed appointments
£10 for every day broadband isn't repaired and £30 cashback for missed appointments, suggests Ofcom