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

Coalition MPs condemn abolition of Rural Advocate

Countryside needs an independent voice in government, say rebellious Conservative and Lib Dem backbenchers

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Read a book with your laptop thrumming. It can feel like trying to read in the middle of a party where everyone is shouting

BT and TalkTalk appeal denied

BT and TalkTalk were this week refused the right to appeal after their challenge to the Digital Economy Act was thrown out earlier this year.

The router to a happier home

With BT’s HomeHub 3, your technological life can be incredibly easy and dependable – leaving even more time for your family to have fun and be entertained

The missing link that will allow your gadgets to speak a common language

All those web-enabled devices in your home are just a step away from becoming seamlessly linked together. All it takes is one more gizmo, writes Simon Clarke

BT steps up superfast broadband

Telecoms giant BT today announced it is to step up the roll-out of its superfast broadband, making it available to an additional one million homes and businesses by the end of next year.

Orange trails pack in mobile broadband race

Orange has been named as the worst-performing network for mobile broadband in the UK in a study commissioned by the telecoms watchdog.

Everything Everywhere teams with BT for 4G trial

BT has teamed up with Orange's parent, Everything Everywhere, to carry out the first live trials of next-generation mobile broadband in Britain.

MPs demand broadband expansion

MPs today piled pressure on telecoms regulator Ofcom to expand superfast mobile broadband to 98% of the UK.

BT soars 71 per cent on broadband gains

BT posted a bumper 71 per cent boost in profits and slashed its pensions deficit during its past financial year, although the group did not predict a return to growth until 2013.

71% rise in profits as BT hails broadband success

Telecoms group BT reported a 71% rise in profits today after more than £1 billion of cost savings helped it overcome a 4% drop in revenues.

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