BT Indirect Channels (BTIC) has claimed that Oftel is happy with BT's use of indirect sales channels, following an investigation by the telecoms watchdog.
Mark Hollister, recently appointed director of BTIC, met Oftel on Monday to discuss its ongoing investigation.
"Oftel is happy with the progress to date and there have been no further complaints to deal with," he said.
Oftel declined to comment on the findings of its "private meeting" with BTIC.
The investigation began after BT used a reseller to offer an unpublished discount to a potential customer in a bid to win business from virtual network provider Vanco.
BT was told to publish the discount or pull out of the deal. It decided to withdraw and Oftel launched an investigation into BT's indirect selling strategy.
A Vanco spokesman indicated that Oftel had handled the case well. "We would not comment on BT's use of indirect channels as long as they are not used in an unfair way," he said.
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