Superfast broadband could get cheaper as BT cuts charges to rivals

Openreach price cuts could help millions of Sky, TalkTalk and Vodafone customers

Millions of superfast and ultrafast broadband users could benefit from significant price cuts after BT said it would cut almost £100m from what it charges rivals to use its network.

Openreach, the BT-owned subsidiary that controls the UK’s broadband network, is to dramatically reduce what it charges providers such as Sky, TalkTalk and Vodafone to offer superfast and ultrafast broadband.

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