Shareholder information

Report and accounts
Next year, if you have chosen to receive paper documents, you may be sent only the Annual Review & Notice of Meeting, and the shareholder magazine Forward, unless you tell us that you wish to receive the Annual Report.
     The Annual Report for 2008 is also available on our website at www.bt.com/annualreport You can request a printed copy of the Annual Report for 2008 and future years, free of charge, by getting in touch with us (see Contact BT).

Online communication
Increasing numbers of shareholders now receive all their BT shareholder communications online. They are discovering the convenience of using the internet and e-mail to find out about their shareholdings and about BT. Just go to www.bt.com/signup

Audio version
If you need a CD version of this booklet, please get in touch with us (see Contact BT). An online audio version is available at www.bt.com/annualreport

  Key dates for 2008/09    
  Annual General Meeting 16 July 2008  



  First quarter results July 2008  



  Second quarter and half year results November 2008  



  Third quarter and nine months results February 2009  



  Fourth quarter and full year results May 2009  



  2009 Annual Report May 2009  
       

Contact BT
Telephone
Shareholder Helpline – for general enquiries call:
Freefone 0808 100 4141 (+44 121 415 7178 from outside the UK)
Textphone 0800 169 6907 (+44 121 415 7028 from outside the UK).

E-mail
bt@equiniti.com
(this is the only e-mail address you can use for this purpose).

Post (please include a daytime telephone number)
Equiniti, Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex, BN99 6DA

  Contents
  Chairman’s message
  BT in review
  Summary financial statement
  Board of Directors
  Corporate Governance
  Summary report on directors’ remuneration
  Notice of Meeting
  AGM Information
   
  In this Annual Review, references to ‘BT Group’, ‘BT’, ‘the group’, ‘the Company’, ‘we’ or ‘our’ are to BT Group plc (which includes the activities of British Telecommunications plc) and its subsidiaries, or any of them as the context may require.
   

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