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4 thoughts on “4G spectrum auctions – bidders include BT

  1. PhilT says:

    I’ll place my bet that it’s for fixed wireless broadband access – BDUK project infill in long line areas.

  2. The fishing Gardener says:

    It could be done with all sorts of future creative strategic moves in mind:……

    BT by O2 to create a business that matches up to the new Voda ICT combo, or, longer term, BT and O2 bid separately, and combine downstream a la EE has done to make a super operator.

    Good luck to the relative minnows is what I say!.

    What makes me laugh is why don’t BT apply under a company name such as “BT 4G Holdings Limited”, or something such like…..

    Why mascaraed as a business that sounds like the in-house cleaning firm!

    TFG

  3. Kevin Tea says:

    I have to deal with BT professionally and it is a total nightmare. Unprofessional and inept are two kind words I could use but on a personal level I would rather cut my nuts off with a blunt knife and feed them to rabid rats than give them any business.

    Locally we have some fast broadband initiatives for rural areas and BT never appeared until someone mentioned the magic word “subsidies.”

    Leave the mobile business to the companies who have expertise in this area.

  4. nick says:

    BT’s relationship with Vodafone is likely to be sour now, Vodafone is BT’s largest rival for fixed services as they have recently taken over Cable and Wireless Worldwide. More interestingly, because of Vodafone taking over Cable and Wireless Worldwide, Telefonica O2 has decided to end its network backhaul with Cable and Wireless and switch to BT.

    O2 also switched to a single core network for both its fixed and mobile services and guess what, that’s owned by BT as well.

    So it seems BT have there feet under the table when it comes to O2. So as a wholesale provider BT is still raking in the revenue from its former mobile business.

    It was very clever of Vodafone trying to lure O2 and BT as customers although they have both caught onto it.

    It is likely BT will dump Vodafone in the UK,Spain ,italy and Holland in favour of Telefonicas O2 and Movistar networks to use for there business MVNO.

    BT’s relationship with EE is not at all good, after recent advertising campaigns competing with EE home broadband and EE’s backhaul network with Virgin Media, it is unlikely BT will continue to work with EE, BT has previously worked with T-Mobile and was not a success.

    BT will not launch a national network not while it has a good position in selling wholesale services to the mobile networks. Unless it wants to take over O2 from debt ridden Telefonica?

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