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BT Content Connect service faces 'two-tier net' claims

BBC: BT has introduced a controversial service that some say could allow broadband providers to create a "two-tier internet".

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BT's broadband prices under fresh scrutiny

UK regulator Ofcom is proposing cutting what BT charges for its leased telecoms lines, which could see significant price cuts for those who buy them.

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BT in talks to buy O2

BT is in talks to buy O2, Britain's second-largest mobile network, which it originally spun off in 2001 and is now owned by Spain's Telefonica.

The telecoms giant said it had also been approached by the shareholders of another British operator, believed to be EE, which is owned by Deutsche Telekom and Orange.

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Devil-X3470d ago

British Telecom would be lamenting their decision now to spun it off in 2001.

Sahil3466d ago

Just them already BT, am fed up of O2's service, so frustrating.

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British Telecom sues Google over six U.S. patents

FOSS Patents - After Apple, Oracle, Microsoft, and eBay, British Telecommunications plc (commonly referred to as "British Telecom" or simply "BT") has just become the fifth large publicly-traded company to bring patent infringement litigation against Android. (By "large" I mean companies with a market capitalizations in the tens or hundreds or billions of dollars, not even counting Gemalto, a company worth €3 billion that is suing Google as well as the three leading Android handset makers.)

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