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BTwatch is unique in its approach of covering every facet of BT/EE and their suppliers, blending commercial, operational and financial developments to provide a clear perspective of the Group’s current situation and future aspirations, while also putting today’s headline news in a balanced, long term context.

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What is covered?

Organisation Structure

Disruption and Innovation

Vendor Relationships

Strategic Alliances

Commercial Activity

People Movements

Competitive Environments

Financial Performance

Group Functions

Technology Development

Mergers and Acquisitions

Operations and Regulations

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Philip Jansen anointed BT CEO; BTwatch first take

BTwatch This release: #299 September 2018: 60pp Releases/year: 10+ Click for more details of this release Executive brief Group Legal: PwC still plans to sue EE over alleged Phones 4U collusion [p.6] EE already paying the price for Phones 4U problems Innovation:...

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BT Group: Openreach signs discounted deal with Sky

Sky has reportedly become the first major communication service provider to sign a new discount wholesale agreement with Openreach for for superfast broadband since the BT-owned access services business announced new, discounted wholesale prices in exchange for volume orders in July 2018.

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PwC still plans to sue EE over alleged Phones 4U collusion

Legal action against EE could be imminent in relation to the operator’s alleged collusion that contributed to the collapse of Phones 4U in 2014, according to a progress report published by Phones 4U’s administrator, PwC. EE, along with Telefónica UK (trading as O2) and Vodafone UK, are accused of colluding to bring about the demise of the phone retail chain.

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BT overhauls cloud phone platform for enterprise users

BT Enterprise updated and rebranded its cloud phone platform with support from RingCentral, a US-based provider of cloud unified communications services for businesses. The “mobile-first” solution, which is hosted by RingCentral and is now called BT Cloud Work, offers enterprise users voice, conferencing, and collaboration capabilities for medium and large enterprise customers.

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I find BT watch significantly valuable in informing me and my team of the insights of BT as an organisation. BT is a large organisation, with varied units with their own strategy and market events affecting individual units in a different way. The Market Mettle team does a great job in researching individual units, their approach, strategy, financial outlook and impact of market trends and events affecting BT, then encapsulating these in an overall report and providing a reasonably good level of input on a regular basis. It has been an essential tool in the past for us keeping us informed, as BT has been a strategic account of Mastek.

Director – Strategic Partnerships, Mastek

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