So BTs first quarter net profits are £284m and the money grabbing b'stards are still upping call charges by 10%?
Layoffs and cost-cutting at BT have boosted BT's first quarter net profits by a third to £284m. However, revenues were four per cent down to £5bn, and CEO Ian Livingston said the firm is in talks with the government about how deep public spending cuts will affect it. He described the results as "an acceptable start to the …
Moved phone-line to Post Office yesterday, its about all we can do on Market One areas where we also get fleeced by the BTw monopoly. Paying twice as much for half the speed and a small allowance, OFCOM really knows how to let BT screw people over.
Before fanbois leap to BTs defence about providing service here where no one else has yet trodden, The infrastructure is here, so WHY am I paying higer costs for slower speeds than LLU?
Why are prices set to "lever people onto to 21cn services in areas where these services are yet to be offered?
OFCOM and BT.. what farce, for market one that means an abusive monopolist backed by a toothless and compliant watchdog
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