The firm told investors that revenues slid by 7% to £16 billion for the three quarters to December 31.
A trial into alleged false accounting at the Italian unit of British Telecom in 2015 and 2016 opened in Milan on Tuesday, with 20 defendants, including two former senior BT executives and the Italian subsidiary itself, facing charges. In a short hearing on Tuesday morning, the court went through formalities such as verifying the legal representatives of the defendants, and adjourned the case until April 23. None of the defendants was present in the courtroom.
Mobile customers who haggle for better deals when their phone contracts come to an end could save up to £96 a year, consumer group Which? revealed.