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BT gets CAT to review its 2012 decision on BSkyB’s sports pricing policy

BTBT has succeeded in its attempt to have the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) re-examine its 2012 decision involving BSkyB's pricing policy for offering its Sky Sports 1 and 2 channels to competitors.

With BT having won the recent ruling by Lord Justice Aikens, CAT will have to review whether or not BSkyB should have to charge reduced wholesale rates from third-party providers for making its sports channels available to them.

Britain's first field trial of 4G network underway in Cornwall

Britain's first field trial of 4G network underway in CornwallIn a field trial that has essentially been aimed at providing Everything Everywhere and BT a clear insight into how the 4G technology is likely to perform in the rural areas, nearly 200 residents of Cornwall are being given access to 4G LTE services.

BT, Everything Everywhere starts trialing 4G LTE in Cornwall

BT, Everything Everywhere starts trialing 4G LTE in Cornwall British Telecom (BT) and Everything Everywhere have started trialing of Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G technology in Cornwall, a move that is expected to help close-down gap between hot-spots and not-spots.

BT announces new prices pole and duct access

BT announces new prices pole and duct accessBowing to pressure from telecoms regulator Ofcom, BT Openreach has slashed pole and duct access prices.

Last year BT Openreach agreed to provide rival broadband providers with access to its infrastructure. But tariffs, announced by it in January this year, encountered severe criticism for being too high.

BT offers 110Mbps broadband service

BT offers 110Mbps broadband serviceBritish telecoms giant BT has launched a new 110Mbps broadband service in selected areas of the country, in a move that is expected to trigger broadband speed race.

To begin with, the service will be available only to 60,000 household that falls under the jurisdiction of six exchanges in Milton Keynes, Ashford, Chester, St Austell, York and north London.

Power failure caused problems for BT broadband customers in UK

Power failure caused problems for BT broadband customers in UKWith a power failure leading to a crash of BT’s Internet service all across the UK on Monday, infuriated broadband customers – both business and domestic users - took the Twitter route to lash out against the company!

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