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UK: Sky requests competition inquiry into BT’s broadband dominance

 |  June 28, 2015

Sky has submitted a formal request to telecoms regulator Ofcom for a competition inquiry into BT.

The broadcasting company accuses its rival of making a series of errors in its Openreach division, which operates the national broadband network.

It says the department misses more than 500 appointments every month for installing new lines for Sky customers, and that it fails to complete a further 4,000 jobs each month.

Sky accuses BT of “failing” broadband customers and businesses, according to the Financial Times.

Full content: The Financial Times

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