|会社名||BT Group Plc （ＢＴグル―プ）|
|概要||ビーティー・グループ(BT Group plc)は電気通信事業者であり、イギリスおよび世界中170を超える国の顧客にサービスを提供する。同社は固定回線サービス、ブロードバンド、携帯電話やテレビの製品やサービス、ネットワーク接続された情報技術（IT）サービスを提供する。同社はイギリスにおいて、消費者、中小企業及び公共部門など顧客向けに製品・サービスを提供する。また、同社は英国及び世界中の通信事業者向けに卸売製品・サービスを販売する。同社は多国籍企業、国内企業及び国家・地方政府機関向けに管理されたネットワーク情報技術(IT)サービスを提供する。同社はビーティー小売事業、ビーティーグローバルサービス事業、ビーティー卸売事業及びオープンリーチ(Openreach)事業の4つ事業区分により構成される。平成25年1月17日、同社はTikit Group plcの100％を取得した。 BTグル―プは英国の大手通信業者。世界170カ国以上で事業を展開。ネットワ―クITサ―ビス、市内通話、長距離電話、国際電話サ―ビス、ブロ―ドバンド、インタ―ネット、デ―タ、マルチメディア、FMC(有線通信・移動体通信を組み合わせた電気通信サ―ビス)などの商品とサ―ビスを、一般世帯、中小企業、大企業、電気通信業者などに提供する。 BT Group Plc is a holding company, which engages in the provision of communications services. It operates through the following segments: Consumer, Enterprise, Global Services, Openreach, and Other. The Consumer segment offers mobile, broadband, home phone, and television services. The Enterprise segment sells communications and information technology (IT) services to businesses and public sector organizations; and provides network products and services to communications. The Global Services segment includes managed network and IT infrastructure services. The Openreach segment builds and manages the fixed network that connects the homes and businesses. The Other segment refers to the unallocated technology costs and corporate units. The company was founded in 1846 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.|
|本社所在地||BT Centre 81 Newgate Street London EC1A 7AJ GBR|
|代表者役職名||Chief Executive Executive Director|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 September 2018 BT Group plc (ADR) revenues totaled ￡11.62B. Net income totaled to ￡1.05B. Results are not comparable due to year end change.|
Yahoo email fault hits BT, Sky and TalkTalk users 2019/09/05 12:29:45 BBC
Users in the UK and across the world are unable to send or receive emails via Yahoo's platform.
Former BT boss Gavin Patterson takes job at software giant Salesforce 2019/09/04 20:05:00 The Telegraph
The former BT boss Gavin Patterson is due to take his first major role since leaving the telecoms giant by joining the Silicon Valley software company Salesforce.
Common Networks has launched consumer FWA broadband — and it's another example of companies trying to disrupt the home-internet market 2019/08/19 13:33:26 Business Insider
This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Connectivity & Tech subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. California-based communications startup Common Networks has launched its $49-a-month, 300 Mbps consumer fixed wireless access (FWA) broadband home-internet service in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to Fierce Wireless . The service uses signals in the unlicensed 5 GHz and 60 GHz bands of spectrum and links services in existing customers' homes to other homes to create a distributed broadband infrastructure, while only needing limited connections to fiber sources in a given area. Common Networks is one of a number of companies — both startups and incumbents — that are trying to disrupt the home-internet market. In the US, telecoms including T-Mobile and Verizon are offering home broadband service via their cellular networks. T-Mobile's pilot service uses its 4G network, so data going to its home-internet customers is essentially the same as mobile broadband traffic to smartphones and other mobile devices.
BT is feeling pressure from competitors who don't upcharge for 5G access 2019/08/05 13:28:52 Business Insider
As telecoms set their 5G networks live and debut compatible devices, they must determine how to charge for 5G services. Given the current paucity of actual subscribers to those services — they're mostly comprised of tech-savvy consumers and first-adopters — it's a natural time for telecoms to experiment with pricing regimes and different ways of charging for service. But it seems that charging higher prices for 5G may not be a sustainable approach, based on comments from the executive team of UK operator British Telecom (BT) on the company's fiscal Q1 (ended June 30, 2019) earnings call. Under its EE brand, BT launched the first 5G network in the UK this May, which includes a surcharge for access to the network and its faster data speeds. Data plans for EE's 5G devices and SIM cards start at £32 ($39) per month for a 20Gb allowance. An equivalent plan for a 4G device is £20 ($24), though the 5G plans also include some other perks, such as access to BT video content or the ability for consumers to exclude some activities from their monthly data allowance.
Rip up planning rules to deliver super fast fibre broadband for the whole UK by 2025, BT boss tells PM 2019/08/02 19:00:00 The Telegraph
Ministers should rip up planning rules to deliver Boris Johnson's promise of super-fast broadband to every home, the head of Britain's biggest telecoms company has said.