BT rolls out wireless networks in six cities

M. R.
May 2006
Electronics Weekly;5/24/2006, Issue 2242, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that BT Group PLC (BT) is planning to establish city-wide WiFi wireless networks in six cities in Great Britain.


Related Articles

  • BT supercharges BT Infinity packages.  // Photonics Components & Subsystems;Jul2013, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p10 

    The article previews the BT Home Hub 5, smart dual-band technology for wireless technology devices with all of its BT Infinity packages from BT Group PLC.

  • Find free Wi-Fi anywhere.  // Computer Active;8/7/2013, Issue 403, p60 

    The article provides information about looking for free public Wi-Fi hotspots in Great Britain. It notes that other Wi-Fi networks are only available to individuals on certain mobile-phone networks, broadband packages, and pay-television services. It highlights the country's biggest public Wi-Fi...

  • BT and Alcatel-Lucent trial G.fast technology. Hedges, Laura // Capacity Magazine;11/2/2015, p1 

    British incumbent BT and Alcatel-Lucent have begun the consumer trial of G.fast technology in England's North East.

  • GAVIN PATTERSON. DAVIDSON, ANDREW // Management Today;Sep2014, Issue 9, p30 

    The article discusses Gavin Patterson and his plans for BT Group PLC, the telecommunications company he is chief executive of. Information is presented about Patterson's career prior to joining BT, which included a stint at broadband company Telewest. At BT one of his main objectives is to...

  • Quietly does it. Lennighan, Mary // Total Telecom Magazine;Oct2006, p12 

    The article focuses on unlicensed mobile access (UMA) services being offered by operators. It highlights that Telecom Italia was the latest to launch its UMA technology Unica. It says that BT Global Services took seven months to sign up 30,000 customers to its UMA service Fusion. It is also...

  • Fixed Line Telecoms Industry Profile: United Kingdom.  // Fixed Line Telecoms Industry Profile: United Kingdom;Dec2013, p1 

    The article presents a profile of the British fixed line telecommunications industry as of December 2013. Valuation is based on the revenues generated by operators for voice telephony and other non-voice information transmission using fixed lines, rather than wireless systems. Topics discussed...

  • ISP routers compared.  // Computer Shopper;Jan2015, Issue 323, p106 

    The article evaluates several internet service provider (ISP) routers such as the Bt Home Hub 5 and the Virgin Media Super Hub.

  • ScamWatch. Murphy, Maurice // Computer Act!ve;10/18/2014, Issue 434, p16 

    The article discusses a story of a man who was a victim of a fraud where scammers were pretending to be from computer software company, BT Group PLC.

  • Scam Watch. Page, Eric // Computer Act!ve;1/20/2016, Issue 467, p14 

    A letter to the editor is presented where the author talks about the mail he received from telecommunications company BT where a SIM card was offered, however the company confirmed that it had not sent any SIM card and the mail was a phishing scam.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics