BT Wins Landmark US Deal

BT signs multi-year managed services agreement with Bristol-Myers Squibb

January 27, 2005

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NEW YORK -- BT (NYSE: BT) today announced it has signed a multi-year managed services agreement with Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY).

Under the terms of the contract, BT will manage Bristol-Myers Squibb's local and wide area network infrastructure globally. As part of the agreement, BT will migrate these services to a state of the art, high speed, IP-based global MPLS infrastructure.

Ben Verwaayen, Chief Executive of BT, said, "To be chosen for this contract by Bristol-Myers Squibb is a significant achievement for BT and speaks volumes about our credentials as the partner of choice for global businesses. We are committed to delivering Bristol-Myers Squibb real value by sharing our expertise and access to the latest technology, as we are doing with noteworthy customers such as National Health Service, the Bavarian State Government, and others."

Chuck Pol, President and Chief Operating Officer, BT Americas stated, "This is a landmark deal for BT. This is further evidence of our leadership in providing global solutions for our customers, and builds on the success we've had with customers such as Unilever, the American Stock Exchange, and others. We look forward to providing an outstanding service to Bristol-Myers Squibb."

BT Group plc

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