UK telecoms provider BT is trying to be better, and will offer new services and plans to prove it.
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Internet operators across the country breathe a sigh of relief as BT and the UK's back-end broadband provider agree to operate at arm's length.
Ofcom is going to Europe to order BT to split off Openreach, which runs the UK's infrastructure.
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The watchdog's order follows criticism that BT hasn't invested enough in its broadband infrastructure division, whose tech is used by rival ISPs.
The phone company is under pressure from MPs as well as its rivals to ensure the UK's internet infrastructure is receiving the requisite attention and funding.
The broadband services are now in their second day of disruptions, with BT unable to say when the problems will be resolved.
BT Broadband says it's working to fix the problem.
A UK parliamentary report slams BT for not spending enough on Outreach, and warns that the infrastructure subsidiary could be split off if things don't change.
The Smart Hub will offer the slick, speedy, seamless home broadband you've been hankering after, says BT.