(Reuters) - TalkTalk (TALK.L) received the highest proportion of complaints for broadband and landline services in Britain in the three months to the end of December, and Sky (SKYB.L) the lowest, data from telecoms regulator Ofcom showed on Wednesday.
TalkTalk had 31 complaints per 100,000 users in the three month period, driven mainly by faults and other problems with its services.
BT also saw the highest proportion of pay-TV service complaints, with 18 per 100,000 pay-TV users, relating to handling, billing, prices and charges.
Sky, however, saw the lowest proportion of complaints for its broadband, landline and pay-TV offering from October to December, the data showed.
Reporting by Rahul B in Bengaluru; Editing by Mark Potter