BT fined £42,500 for providing incorrect information to Ofcom

Ofcom has fined BT £42,500, after the company submitted incorrect information for its 2019 Connected Nations report, which analyses the availability of broadband and mobile services across the UK and each of its nations.
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In September 2019, Ofcom requested information from EE (which is owned by BT) about the number of premises able to receive its fixed wireless access broadband service. This information was included in Ofcom’s Connected Nations report, published in December 2019.

In February 2020, BT informed us that this information was incorrect, and provided the correct data.