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BT Consumer CEO Allera calls for changes to net neutrality regulations

Wednesday 10 March 2021 | 10:50 CET | News
BT Consumer CEO Marc Allera has called for changes to net neutrality regulations to enable preferential access to certain platforms. As part its Lockdown Learning support programme, BT has zero-rated access to the BBC Bitesize and Oak Academy educational websites. 

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