BT scraps mobile data charges for Oak National Academy after doing same for BBC Bitesize

With the addition of the second partnership, EE, BT Mobile, and Plusnet Mobile customers will – by the end of the month – be able to access lessons in Oak National Academy’s virtual classroom or on BBC Bitesize without having to worry about their mobile data


BBC teams up with BT to remove data charges from Bitesize content

EE, BT Mobile, and Plusnet Mobile customers accessing content for kids on Bitesize will be able to watch, read, and interact with all the available content, even if they have run out of data


BT and Hubbub link up to explore how smart tech can reduce carbon emissions and bills

The ‘Smarter Living Challenge’ will initially work with 60 households across the UK, investigating how digital technology can help make their lives easier, reduce emissions, and save them money


EE to be first UK network to launch 5G

EE will be the UK’s first mobile network operator to launch 5G, beating Vodafone to the punch by a little over a month, when it brings the next generation mobile


Ikeas Game of Thrones ads are winning big on social media

HBO Ikea has been the big winner on social media during the final season of Game of Thrones so far, achieving the greatest social lift of the brands advertising during


EE teams up with BT Sport for first live 5G broadcast

EE and BT Sport have joined forces to demonstrate the ‘first’ live broadcast with remote production over 5G, which BT Sport aims to use to provide more coverage for its


EE brings new 5G trial sites to London

EE has setup 5G trial sites in nine locations in London as it seeks to be the first mobile network provider in the UK to offer 5G commercially in the


Snapchat partners with BT Sport for Champions League final coverage

Snapchat has agreed a partnership with BT Sport to offer the UK’s more than 10m daily Snapchatters a way to experience the UEFA Champions League final through the image messaging


BT agrees to legally separate from Openreach after Ofcom pressure

BT has agreed to legally separate from Openreach after bowing down to the demands of telecoms, broadcasting and postal industries regulator Ofcom, regarding its fears surrounding competition. The separation means


BT Ordered to Separate Broadband Infrastructure Division

Telecoms regulator Ofcom has ordered BT to legally separate from Openreach, its division dedicated to maintaining and operating the UKs broadband infrastructure. Earlier this year, Ofcom laid out concerns it

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