BT have said that it would axe up to 55,000 jobs by 2030 to slash costs in the latest tech-sector jobs cull.
The layoffs, which comprise of 42% of its workforce, come two days after Vodafone unveiled plans to cut 11,000 jobs or one tenth of staff over three years.
BT employs 130,000 staff, including contractors. The group will lower this to between 75,000 and 90,000 people over the next five to seven years, it said in a results statement.
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