BT Group


Hard time investing without sales recovering

12/10/21 -"Sky is likely to close in on a deal with Virgin-O2 to become an investor in the latter's fibre rollout. This move is expected to intensify Virgin-O2’s challenge to BT’s Openreach not only because ..."

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12/10/21
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