Telecoms watchdog Oftel and BT Indirect Channels (BTIC) will meet today to discuss the telco's use of indirect sales channels.
In February this year, Oftel placed a provisional order on BT for breaking discount protocol when it undercut a deal offered by rival Vanco.
BT offered customer IBM an unpublished discount on network services through reseller RHM.
Oftel claimed this broke the telco's licence, which insists that it publishes discounts.
After being ordered to reveal the discount or pull out of the deal BT pulled out, and Oftel said it would investigate the telco's use of its indirect channels.
Mark Hollister, recently appointed director of BTIC, said he is meeting Oftel today to discuss moves made by BT to prevent non-transparent discounting in the future.
"Oftel has been investigating [BT's use of sales channels] and I am confident that we have put the processes in place to remove its concerns," he told vnunet.com.
Hollister declined to detail what processes had been introduced.
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