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BT is planning to invest £6bn in the upgrade of its broadband and mobile services over the next three years.
BT is planning to create 900 cyber security jobs at sites across the country over the next year, including London, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Ipswich, Sevenoaks and Swindon.
BT is to create about 67 jobs at its contact centres in Swansea and Cardiff.
BT is to create about 90 jobs at its contact centre in Doncaster, as part of plans to recruit 1,000 new staff by next April.
BT is to create 36 new sales and customer service jobs at its call centre in Aberdeen.
BT is to create 1,400 apprenticeship and graduate jobs across the country, including its research campus near Ipswich.
BT is planning to create 1,000 jobs at its contact centres across the country by April 2017, starting with 100 in Swansea.
BT has won final approval to merge with EE for £12.5bn, creating a combined fixed telecoms and mobile network business.
BT has acquired a 20,000 sq ft office at Birmingham Business Park in Birmingham.
BT has won provisional approval to acquire EE for £12.5bn, creating a combined broadband and mobile telecoms business.
BT is to create 36 customer service jobs at its telecoms office in West Bromwich.
BT is to create 35 jobs at its BT Flex call centre in Belfast by November.
BT is planning to transfer its India-based customer services operations to the UK, with the creation of hundreds of call centre jobs over the next year.
BT Openreach is to create a further 100 engineering jobs at its broadband maintenance operations in Scotland.
BT is to create a further 90 apprenticeship positions in Scotland.
BT is planning to recruit a further 800 broadband engineers this year.
BT is to create 80 new jobs in Northern Ireland over the next six months, including 50 at a call centre in Belfast.
BT is to recruit 1,000 apprentices and graduates at sites including Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Newcastle and Manchester this year.
BT is to relocate 100 call centre jobs from Newport to Stadium House in Cardiff.
BT is planning to acquire EE, the mobile telecoms operator with sites across the country, for £12.5bn.
BT is to relocate 70 jobs in its Openreach division from York to Leeds in January, while 100 will transfer from Manchester and 36 from Sheffield.
BT is to create a further 500 engineering jobs at its Openreach fibre broadband operations in London, Surrey and Aberdeen.
BT is looking to recruit a further 1,600 broadband engineers for its Openreach operations across the country.
BT has announced plans to recruit more than 1,000 apprentices and graduates, and a further 1,500 work experience placements will also be created.
BT is to invest a further £50m in the expansion of its fibre broadband network in cities across the country over the next three years.
BT is recruiting 42 more broadband engineers in Exeter, Bristol, Taunton, Plymouth and Salisbury.
BT is to create more than 50 finance and HR jobs at its office in South Tyneside early next year.
BT is to create 240 customer service jobs at its Lancaster House office in Liverpool by next autumn.
BT is to open a new customer service centre at Riverside Tower in Belfast next year, with the creation of 165 jobs.
BT is looking to recruit 150 engineers across Scotland, in order to install fibre broadband in homes and businesses.
BT is looking to recruit a further 290 customer advisers at its call centre in Warrington, taking the workforce to more than 1,000.
BT Group is to create 400 jobs at call centres in Accrington, Canterbury, Doncaster, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle, Truro and Warrington, in order to launch its new sports TV service.
BT is to create a further 1,000 engineering jobs in its Openreach business, in order to install fibre broadband in homes.
BT is looking to recruit 300 staff for a new customer services call centre opening at the Globe Centre in Accrington.
BT is to acquire ESPN'S UK and Ireland TV channels from Disney for undisclosed terms, and up to 97 staff will relocate from Hammersmith to Stratford.
BT is planning to set up a 75,000 sq ft TV sports production studio at the Olympic Park in London next year, with the creation of hundreds of jobs.
BT Group is to acquire Tikit, the IT firm with 200 staff at offices in London, Hampshire and abroad, for £64m.
BT is to create a further 400 engineering jobs in its Openreach broadband business by the end of the year.
BT Group is creating 2,000 new jobs this year, as part of the expansion of its fibre optic network and new call centres in Accrington, Belfast, Sandwell and Tyneside.
BT is to create a further 80 jobs at its business centre in South Shields.
BT is to open a new call centre at Riverside Tower in Belfast in August, with the creation of 120 jobs.
BT is recruiting 150 engineers to its Openreach division, in order to install broadband services in homes and businesses.
BT is to open a new call centre at the Globe Centre in Accrington this autumn, with the creation of 300 jobs.
BT is to create more than 300 new jobs at its customer service call centre in West Bromwich.
BT is to create a further 520 jobs for engineers to expand its superfast broadband network, and is particularly interested in recruiting former military people.
BT is planning to create 280 jobs at a new sales call centre due to open in South Shields in October.
BT is planning a multi-million pound investment in its broadband networks in Northern Ireland over the next year, with the creation of up to 60 jobs.
BT is to open a new call centre in West Bromwich in autumn 2011, with the creation of more than 400 jobs.
BT has unveiled details of a new software development centre due to open with 200 staff at Cardiff Bay next March.
BT is to recruit an additional 200 apprentices by the end of the year, with vacancies in customer service, electrical systems and IT.
BT has announced plans for a £132m investment in the provision of super-fast broadband to up to 90% of homes in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by 2014.
BT is to build a new 43,000 sq ft office for its local government operations and up to 500 staff in South Shields by 2011.
BT is planning to transfer at least 2,000 customer service jobs from India back to call centres in the UK.
BT has unveiled proposals to build a £5.3m innovation hub at Martlesham Heath in Suffolk by December 2010, providing space for up to 40 small businesses and creating 200 jobs.
BT is to proceed with plans to invest £1.5bn in the development of a nationwide superfast broadband network, reaching at least 40% of households by 2012.
BT has acquired Ribbit Corporation, the US telecoms and internet services firm, for about £50m.
BT has announced plans to invest £1.5bn connecting 10m homes to high-speed fibre-optic broadband by 2012, in order to offer high-definition TV viewing.
BT Group has acquired Ufindus, the online business directory with 300 staff in Lancaster, Chorley, Blackpool, Barrow and Huddersfield, from Iomart for £20m.
BT is to acquire the Stemmer and SND IT services divisions of Net AG in Germany, including combined gross assets of £7.7m.
BT is to acquire Wire One Holdings, the US videoconferencing firm with 350 staff, from The Gores Group.
BT Group has acquired Fresca, the High Wycombe-based e-commerce services firm, for undisclosed terms, in order to expand its BT Expedite retail solutions division.
BT is to acquire Frontline Technologies, the Singapore-based IT services company, for about £68m.
BT is planning to invest £250m in the development of a series of wind farms to meet 25% of its electricity needs by 2016, and planning permission is being sought for test masts in Orkney, Shetland and the Goonhilly site in Cornwall.
BT has acquired Lynx Technology, the Chesterfield-based IT services firm with more than 500 staff.
BT is to acquire INS Group, the Belgian network and systems integrator with 225 staff and annual revenue of about £20m.
BT is to invest £35m in a new research and development centre in Shanghai, in order to offer IT and telecoms services to Chinese companies.
BT has acquired Basilica Computing, the Letchworth-based IT services firm with more than 200 staff, for undisclosed terms.
BT is planning to acquire the mission critical infrastructures division of CS Communication & Systemes of France for £40m.
BT is considering plans to set up an ultra-fast broadband network by installing fibre optic cable close to homes and businesses, and some analysts estimate that the project could cost up to £4bn.
BT has acquired Brightview, the broadband internet provider, for £16m.
BT is to expand the 140-strong workforce at its call centre in Stoke-on-Trent with 33 new jobs over the next few months.
BT is to create up to 40 jobs at its BT Vision digital TV call centre in Truro over the next few months.
BT is to acquire Comsat International, the US-based company with 700 staff that provides voice and data services in Latin America, for about £50m.
BT is to acquire i2i Enterprise, the Indian network services company with about 200 staff.
BT is to acquire International Network Services, the US-based provider of IT consulting and software solutions with 900 staff.
BT is creating 40 jobs at a new £6m call centre in Londonderry, in order to handle calls from both business and domestic customers.
BT Group is planning to invest £100m in the development of a broadband TV business under the name of BT Vision over the next year, including the acquisition of sports rights and equipment.
BT is planning to acquire PlusNet, the Sheffield-based broadband company, for £67m.
BT is looking to recruit 400 apprentice engineers for its Openreach broadband division, while a further 150 will be temporarily transferred from its global services unit.
BT has acquired Counterpane Internet Security of the US for about £21m, in order to expand its global services division.
BT is to take back in-house the call centre work that was previously outsourced to ClientLogic in Alness, which will involve the transfer of 61 staff and the creation of 40 new jobs.
BT Group has announced plans to recruit 1,300 telecom engineers across the country, as part of a £1bn project to upgrade telephone lines.
BT Group has started recruiting 100 engineering staff for its Openreach phone connections business in Wales.
BT Group has acquired Dabs.com, the Bolton-based online electrical products retailer, for an estimated £30m.
BT is planning to relocate staff from 115,000 sq ft of offices at Grand Island in central Manchester to two sites in Stockport and Salford.
BT is to acquire Atlanet, the Italian telecoms company, from Fiat for £54m.
BT is to recruit up to 1,400 service engineers and other staff across the country to install and maintain telephone and internet services for its Openreach business.
BT has acquired CARA Group, the network services company with 134 staff in Ireland and Northern Ireland, in order to expand its BT Ireland subsidiary.
BT has acquired Total Network Solutions, the Oswestry-based networking company with 92 staff and annual turnover of £14m.
BT is to acquire Infonet Network Services Deutschland, the German network solutions company with 61 staff, from T-Systems.
BT is to set up a new division to manage the copper wires between its telephone exchanges and consumers, and the 30,000 staff will have a separate brand and uniform from BT.
BT has acquired SkyNet Systems, the Oxford-based LAN solutions provider with 59 staff and annual turnover of £22m.
BT Group is to acquire Radianz, the US network services provider, from Reuters for £91m.
BT is considering plans to relocate its 300,000 sq ft Newgate Street headquarters to a 200,000 sq ft site elsewhere in London.
BT is to recruit 500 apprentices this year, with training provided in engineering, technology, business management and fleet services.
BT has acquired the remaining 74% of Albacom, the Italian telecoms operator, for £80m.
BT Group has acquired Infonet Services for £520m, in order to expand its telecoms operations in the US and Asia.
BT is to acquire BIC Systems for £17m, in order to expand its IT and networking services in Northern Ireland.
BT Group is to invest up to £3bn a year in the development of a new internet-based network called 21CN, which will combine its voice and data communications onto a single system.
BT is planning to close its Telephone House office in Preston and relocate about 100 staff to offices in North Street, Moor Lane and Bolton.
BT has won a £18m contract from BAA to install up to 180 internet kiosks at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports.
BT Group is to acquire Transcomm, the provider of wireless communications services, for £16m.
BT Group has reached agreement with McDonald's to set up WiFi internet access points at more than 500 fast food restaurants.
BT is to acquire the UK operations of NSB Retail Systems for £17m, which will involve the transfer of 148 staff to a new division called BT Expedite.
BT has won contracts worth £1.6bn to develop an electronic patient care record for the NHS, while Accenture has won a £1.1bn NHS contract to modernise its IT infrastructure in the north-east.
BT is to create about 100 jobs in Exeter over the next few months with the opening of a new directory enquiries call centre at Exbridge House.
BT is considering plans to open a directory inquiries call centre in India, prompting speculation that up to 700 jobs could be lost in the UK.
BT is to set up a new corporate venturing business called NVP Brightstar, in partnership with Coller Capital and New Venture Partners.
BT is planning to relocate up to 160 call centre staff from Bangor to Colwyn Bay.
BT is to create 90 new jobs at its call centre in Thurso to deal with inquiries from its retail customer base.
BT has announced plans to create 100 jobs at a new Integrated Teleweb unit at Temple Quay in Bristol, which will provide services to its largest corporate customers.
BT Group is to acquire the Scoot online directories business for about £8m, in order to re-enter the classified information market following the recent sale of Yell.
BT Group is planning to set up more than 4,000 wireless local area networks in locations such as hotels, airports and stations, in order to enable business users to access their company networks and the internet.