TalkTalk has sold its fibre networks rollout business to Cityfibre for £200 million.
Millions of mobile users may not be receiving the quality of service expected from consulting a network’s coverage checker, it has been warned.
Discounts proposed by EE and Vodafone for out-of-contract customers will leave too many people continuing to overpay for their handset, Citizens Advice has said.
The company behind 21st century phone boxes that offer free calls, wi-fi and phone charging has been bought out of administration.
Regulator Ofcom has set out its plan to supercharge investment in faster and more reliable fibre broadband across the country.
EE has announced the switching-on of 5G in six new UK locations, taking the number of towns and cities with access to the operator’s 5G network to 50.
Ofcom is proposing a ban on the sale of “locked” mobile phones as part of plans to make it easier for mobile users to switch operators.
Manchester United will play Club Brugge in the Europa League’s round of 32 and Arsenal have been drawn against Olympiacos.
Liverpool have been drawn to play Atletico Madrid in the Champions League round of 16.
Nearly half of broadband customers have never tried haggling with their current provider but those who do negotiate or switch save an average of £120 a year, according to Which?
Utility investors have splashed out in a post-election bonanza after a Labour defeat in Thursday’s General Election slashed the likelihood of their industry being nationalised.
UK-focused companies listed on the London Stock Exchange enjoyed some of their biggest ever surges following confirmation that the Conservatives have won the General Election.
BT Sport has been made available on a pay monthly, contract-free way for the first time.
Labour wants to nationalise mail, water, energy distribution and supply, train operators and fibre broadband provision.
A busy Aberdeen road is to close temporarily while BT works are being carried out.
The Duke of York has been visited by his daughter Princess Beatrice and her fiance Edoardo Mozzi, as the fallout continues from his BBC interview.
An app that helps people across the UK with hearing or speech impairments make phone calls has been relaunched with a new name and a number of improvements.
Coming in at 64 pages – front and back covers included – the Conservative Party manifesto is about two-thirds of the length of the documents published by Labour (107 pages) and the Liberal Democrats (100 pages).
World Cup winner Faf De Klerk made a triumphant return to club rugby as Sale Sharks fought their way to a scrappy 25-15 win over La Rochelle in the Heineken Champions Cup at the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Duke of York has reportedly resigned from his role with his flagship business project Pitch@Palace after days of speculation about his future with the initiative he founded.
The Duke of York has said he is willing to help any “law enforcement agency with their investigations” into his former friend, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The Duke of York has cancelled a trip to Bahrain as the fallout over his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein continues, it has been reported.
The Duke of York’s reputation suffered another blow when two more organisations severed ties with him and a sponsor of his flagship business mentoring programme said his plans to continue leading it were “not tenable”.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to take on the “rich and powerful” as he set out his plan to transform Britain with the most “ambitious and radical” programme of reform in decades.
Self-styled “radical and ambitious” plans tend to always come with a cost.
The Labour Party has pledged to overhaul the country’s cybersecurity with the creation of a co-ordinating minister and a review of the National Cyber Security Centre’s role.
The Duke of York has been seen in public for the first time after his dramatic decision to step down from official royal duties.
WiFi “not-spots” – areas of the home where people are unable to connect to WiFi – affect a third of UK households, new research suggests.
A US lawyer representing some of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims has raised the possibility of questioning the Duke of York under oath over his relationship with the disgraced financier.
The Duke of York “must cooperate” with US authorities investigating Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer for some of the American sex offender’s alleged victims has said.