The importance of connectivity has gone up a few notches over the past few decades. From the time when we had to wait to make a phone call to mobile phones in everyone’s hands, things have changed drastically over the course of time. The technological advancement has lead to improvement in the telecommunication sector that has helped the process of communication and lightning fast ways of communication. Business has improved, individual lives have improved, and the quality of work and life as a whole has improved drastically due to the betterment in the communication sector. And when it comes to the United Kingdom, the company that is known to be the best to provide telecommunication services is hands down the British Telecom Group.
BT is the largest telecommunication company exists in the United Kingdom. It is known for providing services to millions of people across the company and is also known for the excellent services they offer to their customers. So if you have any plans to transfer your communication services to BT, you can get in touch with them and inquire about the process.
Just give them a call to their telephone number ‘0843 506 0376’ and get all the information you need about their services and the process of transferring the connection.
British Telecom is the largest telecommunication company this is operation in over 180 companies in the world. It is a multinational company that has its head office in London, United Kingdom. Some of the main services offered by BT are the mobile network, broadband, mobile internet, and digital television. As of 2015, BT has a customer base of over eighteen million subscribers – the largest in the United Kingdom. The current Chief Executive Officer of the company is Gavin Patterson, and the Chairman is Sir Michael Rake. BT have different branches that provide IT services and also provides fibre optic connections. BT is currently listed on the London Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange.
History of BT
The history of BT can be traced back to the nineteenth century. The Electric Telegraph Company established in 1846 was amalgamated to the Post Office later in the early twentieth century, and that led to the formation of BT in 1969. The Post Office Telecommunication was renamed to British Telecommunication in 1977 by the Carter Committee. The responsibility of telecommunication services was transferred to the British Telecommunication from the Post Office due to the British Telecommunication Act of 1981. Since then, BT has gone on to acquire a number of other telecommunication services and has grown exponentially to be the largest telecommunication company in the country.
BT has sponsored a number of teams and causes over the years.
- Between 1999 and 2006, the Scotland’s domestic rugby union.
- Edinburg Rugby and Glasgow Warriors in 2013 for a four-year deal.
- The Murrayfield Stadium was sponsored by BT for a few years.
- BT has been sponsoring Scottish Rugby Union’s few academies that work in develop new talents.
Make sure to contact BT to get more information on the services they offer and on the process of transferring the connection. Give them a call to their contact number ‘0843 506 0376’.