Liberty Global plc (LBTYA) Class A Common Shares USD0.01
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7 May 2019 07:47
(Sharecast News) - Vodafone Group has entered into a definitive agreement for a cable wholesale agreement in Germany with Telefónica Deutschland, it announced on Tuesday.
16 November 2018 11:20
(Sharecast News) - Ofcom has levied £13.3m in fines against EE and Virgin Media, it announced on Friday, for overcharging phone and broadband customers who wished to leave their contracts early.
22 March 2018 15:01
(ShareCast News) - Fibre optic infrastructure designer, builder, owner and operator CityFibre announced Peterborough as the next roll-out city under its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) partnership with Vodafone...
15 June 2017 07:06
(ShareCast News) - Sky issued an update to the market on Thursday morning, announcing that both itself and Liberty Global's Virgin Media were forming a strategic partnership that would enable businesses...
21 December 2016 08:58
(ShareCast News) - Sky kicked off a battle of the cheap 'fibre' broadband on Wednesday, issuing a press release claiming it now has the cheapest superfast connections in the UK.
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