Ofcom orders BT Openreach split to go ahead following consultation

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Ofcom orders BT Openreach split to go ahead following consultation

Media regulator is pushing ahead with plans to split the companies after BT 'failed' to provide a suitable alternative

BT has been told by regulator Ofcom to split off its Openreach business into a separate company, ending months of uncertainty. Ofcom is preparing a formal notification to the European Commission...

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