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Optus Extends Foxtel Deal For Satellite Use To 2031

SYDNEY: Optus has extended its longstanding partnership with media company Foxtel for the provision of satellite services until 2031.

Optus Satellite owns and operates Australia and New Zealand’s largest fleet of spacecraft, with five satellites currently in geostationary orbit.

“This expanded services agreement builds on our legacy of delivering world-class satellite services and further strengthens Optus’ position as Australia and New Zealand’s leading provider of satellite services,” said Ben White, Optus MD of wholesale, satellite and strategy.


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