BT brings EE, Plusnet and BT brands into a new unified consumer division

Posted 28 July 2017, 2.41am edt

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The changes, which will help the ISP and broadcaster cut costs and slimline its business structure, will see the departure of existing BT Consumer CEO John Petter who will leave the group after 13 years.

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