More than 3,000 workers across Scotland are to be part of the “largest one-off people transfer in UK corporate history” as Openreach Limited moves from BT Group to become a separate business.
Thousands of BT workers will transfer to infrastructure arm Openreach on Monday, completing a “major milestone” in creating the separate business.
Temporary parking restrictions will be put in place on an Aberdeen road.
More homes in the north-east can upgrade to superfast broadband as part of a £428 million project.
Broadband works are set to close part of a city centre street next month.
A telecoms giant is set to hire 40 trainee engineers from across the North-east as part of its largest ever recruitment drive.
A crowdfunding appeal has helped bring superfast broadband to part of a North-east village.
Residents at a new housing development have had their calls for phone lines answered five months after moving in.
Parking on part of a city road will be prohibited for five days next week for broadband works.
Residents of a new Aberdeenshire housing development have been left without phones – because they can’t agree whose job it is to connect them.
An Aberdeen suburb will finally have access to superfast broadband internet after several months’ wait.
An Aberdeen city centre street is set to close for four days next week.
Ofcom is pressing ahead with plans to force Openreach to become a legally separate company within the BT Group with the aim of providing faster and more reliable broadband across the UK.
AROUND 300 homes and businesses across Aberdeen were still without phone and internet today, days after the storms which brought chaos to the North-east.