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BT Group plc (BT)


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22.97+0.51 (+2.27%)
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Previous Close22.46
Open22.82
Bid21.50 x 200
Ask25.00 x 100
Day's Range22.75 - 23.10
52 Week Range21.61 - 36.42
Volume640,734
Avg. Volume557,493
Market Cap46.54B
Beta0.90
PE Ratio (TTM)13.01
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.94 (4.17%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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    Fiber upgrade cost traps Britain in cyber slow lane

    In a bid to boost Britain's economy through Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's government has said it wants to address business concerns and replace an aging copper network with the "gold standard" common across Asia and parts of Europe. Pressure has been building on BT and its Openreach division for years, led by rivals TalkTalk, Sky and Vodafone, who rely on the network, and by a group of politicians who believe it is failing consumers and businesses. Rivals blame BT, saying Openreach's cashflow funds other parts of its business - such as expensive sports TV rights - and have called for the network to be spun off completely.

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  • Reuters4 days ago

    Sky seeks to shake up UK mobile market with flexible data plans

    Sky said it would enter the UK mobile market with a SIM-only deal that allows data allowances to roll over each month, and offers free calls to the 11 million British households that take its TV services. It was "time to shake up" the mobile market, particularly in data, where many customers paid for more than they used because they were worried about exceeding their allowance, the pay-TV group said on Tuesday. Stephen van Rooyen, Sky's UK and Ireland chief executive, said the company had asked more than 30,000 potential customers what they wanted from a mobile service, and more flexibility on data was top of the list.