BT to cut broadband prices for competitors
BT has announced that it will cut the price of its broadband rates from the beginning of May. It plans to cut the amount it charges to competitors who use its infrastructure by 9%.
Higher speeds, up to 24Mb per second, will also be available as BT’s 21st Century Network (21CN) rolls out nationwide, with their exchanges being upgraded to handle higher speed broadband.
It’s not clear whether BT’s own broadband customers will see a price cut. Though BT came out top in a recent BBC consumer survey, they do tend to be one of the more expensive broadband providers in the UK.