Sunday, 23 September 2018

BT again accused of exploiting rural broadband monopoly

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 01 April 14

UK incumbent disputes govt assertions that it has not provided sufficient information about its network rollout.

BT was in the firing line on Tuesday after a new report by the U.K. government's Public Accounts Committee again accused it of exploiting its monopoly position on the country's rural broadband scheme. PAC chair Margaret Hodge noted that since her last damning report, published in September, BT has secured every outstanding rural broadband contract. She alleged that the U…

BT was in the firing line on Tuesday after a new report by the U.K. government's Public Accounts Committee again accused it of exploiting its monopoly position on the country's rural broadband scheme. PAC chair Margaret Hodge noted that since her last damning report, published in September, BT has secured every outstanding rural broadband contract. She alleged that the U…

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