Telecoms giant accused of monopolistic tactics by rivals
Telecoms giant BT says it is 'delivering excellent value for money' after NAO report criticises rural broadband programme
Rural broadband rollout is over budget and well behind schedule, claims NAO
Broadband spend is miniscule compared to other infrastructure investments
Google's 1Gbps fibre broadband service is no longer just a Kansas City experiment. But does the technology giant have plans to go global with it?
£150m tender awarded to Arqiva to improve mobile coverage for up to 60,000 premises
BT claims it has created 3,000 jobs in past year through its investments
Chairman Sir Charles Dunstone says 'no one really knows' how BT's government subsidies are being spent
Data sharing platform was best fit because of time-scale and security reasons, says council
Almost half of new jobs will be for young apprentices
GLA looking for supplier to enable London to become a 'super-connected city'
"Broadband will be viewed as narrowband in the future," says Sony Pictures
FTTH Council "disappointed" at absence of Whitehall officials
Fast fibre broadband should be available to 19 million premises by spring 2014
Europe, financial services sector, price controls and lower demand from fixed lines blamed for decline
BT to ensure 96 per cent of Welsh premises have access to high-speed broadband by 2015
FTTH Council aims to bring together big investors and smaller projects like B4RN
FTTH Council says there's plenty of pent-up demand for bonafide fibre
Schools will also receive funds to buy ICT kit
Twelve cities to share £50m pot for broadband while science gets additional £600m
37 per cent price drop aimed at encouraging SMEs to take it up
Customers incensed at loss of broadband and the time it may take BT to fix the problem
'Superfast' broadband rollout also gathers pace
Court finds name 'confusingly similar' to billing service 'YourView'