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Shares jumped 3% after the company announced 2.5 million customers have signed up for BT Sport television

Fibre optic broadband is now widely available in the UK

BT and Virgin Media obstruct government plans for 'ultrafast' broadband

Creation of 22 "super-connected" cities stutters after legal objection from telecoms

BT will challenge BSkyB by offering new channels at no extra cost to BT broadband customers

BT vs Sky: Ofcom launches investigation into BSkyB's alleged refusal to share Sky Sports channels on 'fair terms' with rival

BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes but says terms on offer are an abuse of Sky's market dominance

Government says internet companies are 'turning a blind eye' to online child abuse images as Maria Miller calls on Google, Yahoo and BT to take action

Internet chiefs will today be accused by the Government of turning a blind eye to the number of child abuse images that can be accessed online.

Websites containing images of child abuse will be flagged up to internet users with a clear message explaining why the site they are trying to access has been blocked

BT to display clear message on web pages containing child abuse images

The new system is the latest move in the battle against indecent online images, which are believed to have played a part in a number of recent high-profile child murders.

'UK needs national talent bank'

Siemens, BAE and BT call for a skills strategy to boost manufacturing in Britain

Derek Pain: Online crowd leaves many unconnected

No Pain, No Gain

BT chief Ian Livingston gets £9.1m but Tesco boss Philip Clarke misses bonus

Two of the FTSE’s biggest bosses have banked rather different pay packets, it was revealed today.

BT rockets to a high on cheers for its free TV football deal

Telecoms giant says it can keep boosting profits and dividend in war with BSkyB

BT shares soar by almost 10% as free football on TV hits back of the net

BT shares today soared 9.5 per cent to a six-year high as annual profits rose to £2.5 million and City analysts hailed the telecoms giant’s new “free football with broadband” TV offering as a “masterstroke”.

BT will challenge BSkyB by offering new channels at no extra cost to BT broadband customers

BT to show Premier League football matches for free

Broadcaster challenges BSkyB by offering new channels at no extra cost to broadband customers

TV wars: Former New International boss Tom Mockridge moves to Virgin Media as John Malone takes on Rupert Murdoch

Move is sign that the war between Britain's pay-TV and telecom providers is hotting up

Sky profits up as it gets new sports deals to fight off BT

Chief executive denies BT offer the greatest competition yet to Sky’s sports coverage

John Rentoul: Margaret Thatcher saved the British economy, but at too high a social cost

She achieved great things in changing the economy, but it wasn’t necessary to push unemployment or interest rates that high

BSkyB's £200m for O2 broadband set-up

BSkyB made a significant move to grow beyond pay-TV yesterday, paying up to £200m for mobile giant O2's broadband and fixed-line operation.

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