"We're seeing around the world a recognition that the convergence of networks and content is something that's good," Gavin Patterson said.
"It means that customers use more and more of the network, which is really want we want to do … And I think what you're seeing in the AT&T Time Warner deal is an example of that."
Patterson himself does not exclude other content options for BT, which currently focuses its investment in sports content.
"We are very happy with sport at the moment, it's working for us. We don't close the door in terms of other options going forward," he said.
BT Group announced Thursday that its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization reached £1.89 billion ($2.29 billion) during its second quarter, representing a 31 percent rise on the year.