BT's Spanish partner, Telefonica, confirmed it will stick with its UK alliance.
Telefonica was originally attracted to BT because of the UK giant's proposed merger with MCI. MCI could help Telefonica enter the lucrative Latin American market, but this was thrown into doubt when the BT-MCI merger collapsed.
Telefonica chairman Juan Villalonga said: "We have agreements with BT and MCI, and we don't see any reason why these agreements should not go ahead. We were in love ... with MCI seven to eight months ago. Now with an MCI that is better, we like and love MCI much better."
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