Quick Answer: Does BT Own Plusnet?

Plusnet plc is a British quad play internet service provider (ISP); providing broadband, landline, IPTV and Mobile services.

On 30 January 2007, Plusnet was acquired by BT Group, but it continues to operate as a separate business.

By December 2013, it had over 750,000 customers across the UK.

Does Plusnet use BT?

BT basic broadband comes with the Home Hub 4, while customers with the 36Mb, 50Mb and 67Mb average packages get the BT Smart Hub. Plusnet offer the Hub Zero (also known as 2704n) for basic broadband and the Hub One for fibre broadband customers.

What company owns BT?

BT Group is a holding company; the majority of its businesses and assets are held by its wholly owned subsidiary British Telecommunications plc. BT’s businesses are operated under special government regulation by the British telecoms regulator Ofcom (formerly Oftel).

Can I switch from BT to Plusnet?

If you’re switching between two Openreach providers – such as BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Plusnet, or EE – all you need to do is order a new package. If you’re switching to or from a provider on a different network, however – like Virgin Media – you’ll need to call up your current provider and cancel the service yourself.

Is Openreach owned by BT?

In March 2017, BT Group plc agreed to make Openreach a separate company, Openreach Limited, with its own staff and management, but with the network assets continuing to be owned by BT plc for land-contract reasons, and with Openreach Limited being wholly owned by BT Group plc, BT plc’s parent holding company.