Hmm, probably the endgame (for the time being), because the regulators/Government won't accept anything else viable is:
BT take O2
Sky and Voda in some cohabitation, more or less formal
Three's parent gets EE (unless BT decide to spoil the party, then the fun starts).
EE's Home Broadband then looks like it's set adrift, but who cares, anyway? (TT? Well they have in the past picked up the flotsam).
The alternative is two operators in the longer term. And if there were two players then what the heck are the regulators/Government for? A good question, probably.
I'm just bemused that, in the (second) longest cat and mouse game in history, BT (not a prepossessing mouse, I'll admit) seem to have outfoxed Ofcom every time. Probably the (original) intention, at least.
We see things not as they are, but as we are . - Anais Nin
Edited by smurf46 (Sun 14-Dec-14 19:55:23)