Secondly, having customers buy both mobile and Wi-Fi from BT creates pricing synergies; when at home, mobile calls can be channelled through BT Wi-Fi for less cost, while the company's existing five million Wi-Fi-hotspots could be used for cheaper ...
The jittery market of late has been punishing companies severely for anything less than positive newsflow. Master investor Neil Woodford has taken the opportunity to up his stake in some stocks that have suffered from the market's fretfulness.
BT Group (LSE: BT-A) (NYSE: BT.US), Imperial Tobacco Group (LSE: IMT) and Provident Financial (LSE: PFG) are three Woodford picks that have delivered double-digit dividend growth over the past three years - with further big increases forecast to come.
BT Shares in BT Group (LSE: BT.A) (NYSE: BT.US) briefly spiked before sinking down by 3.5% in early trade, following the release of the telecommunications company's second quarter and half-time results.