BT Group

British Telecommunications Group plc was established in 1846 and became the first public telegraph entity under the name, Electric Telegraph Company. Headquartered in London, UK, the company is a leading provider of telecommunication products and services with operations in more than 180 countries.

The company provides a range of telecommunication services including fixed-line, broadband, IT services, mobile services, and television subscriptions, and much more. Initially, it was Electric Telegraph, but it transformed severally until in 1984 when it was privatized and renamed the British Telecommunications plc. For a long time, the company has been associated with the British Royal Family.

Currently, the company holds numerous subsidiaries such as BT Global Services and BT Consumer, and it is listed on the London Stock Exchange, a constituent of FTSE 100 Index. Furthermore, it is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The firm mainly serves the telecommunication market in the UK but has operations across the world.

Latest BT Group News

BT share price: Jefferies says telco’s dividend is safe

Jefferies argues that BT Group’s (LON:BT.A) payout to shareholders is ‘well covered’ and that cutting it would be ‘illogical,’ Proactive Investors reports. The comments came after the former telecoms monopoly recently updated investors on its full-year performance, posting a drop...

BT share price: Analysts weigh in on results

Interactive Investor reckons that the next year will be a test of patience for BT Group’s (LON:BT.A) investors with the telco pushing on with ambitious plans, Citywire reports. The comments came after the former telecoms monopoly updated investors on its full-year...

BT share price down amid lower full-year revenue

Shares in BT Group (LON:BT.A) have been subdued in London in today’s session as the company revealed that its revenue had fallen in the year to March 31. The former telecoms monopoly, however, maintained its payout to shareholders despite reports...

BT share price: Board split over dividend cut

A split has emerged in BT Group’s (LON:BT.A) board over whether the telecoms giant should cut its payout to shareholders, The Telegraph has reported. The news comes as the former telecoms monopoly prepares to update investors on its full-year performance...

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