Ofcom has outlined plans to increase investment in super-fast broadband by opening up BT’s fibre lines to third party providers. The move will allow the telco’s fibre to be used by operators including Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media in a way similar to the opening up of BT’s copper telephone network to rival phone […]
11.00 Update: BT has unveiled what it is describing as “the UK’s best value deal” for Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2, pricing a single channel at £11.99 (€14.68) and the two channel bundle at a monthly £16.99.
In their separate responses to Ofcom’s ruling on the wholesaling of BSkyB’s premium sports channel, there is one point of agreement: the regulator got it wrong.
BT has announced the launch of a new and bigger on demand subscription service. The first of its kind in the UK, BT Vision Film Club will now offer over 60 films each month – or more than twice the previous number – with 14 films refreshed each week.
Will BT really start a pay-TV price war if Ofcom chooses to regulate Sky Sports? Julian Clover assesses the field.