BT (BT) - All you need to know

Discover how to start investing in BT. With beginner-friendly guides and useful information to help you get started, we can guide you towards making the best investment decisions.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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Ways to invest in BT

You can start straight away by signing up with an online broker and buying some shares. This is often the easiest way to get started, as many brokers come with demo accounts and tutorials to help a beginner learn about the market.

Once you understand more, there are other options available to you as well. There are lots of funds and trusts that hold BT shares you can buy by adding your money to the pool to get a piece of the action. The links below take you to individual pages which tell you more about all the different options.

What is BT?

BT is the largest telecommunications company in the UK. Formerly a state-owned telecoms provider, it’s been entirely public since the mid 1990s. Now, BT offers telephone, broadband, and mobile services across the UK.

We advise everyone to start slow and with a long term focus. Take our long term stock investing course to learn the basics of what you should look out for in a company and how to assess its performance.

How to invest in BT

The most basic way is to use a broker to get some shares, but there are lots of other ways to invest in BT stock as well. Below, you’ll find a list of the top ones and you can learn even more by following the links that offer more detail on each.

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