- BT's (BT) FQ4 pretax profit increased to £747M ($1.27B) from £639M a year earlier.
- Revenue dropped 1% to £4.75B.
- BT expects adjusted EBITDA to rise to £6.2-6.3B in FQ 2015 from £6.12B last FY.
- BT Sport, which has paid huge sums for English and European soccer rights, "proved very popular" in FQ4, and is in 5M homes. "For BT Consumer, it underpinned a record 9% growth in revenue," BT said.
- Shares are +3.2% in London. (PR)