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Vocus Renews Telstra, Optus Arrangements

Vocus Renews Telstra, Optus Arrangements

Vocus Communications has renewed supplier arrangements with Telstra and Optus, striking new deals for the supply of fixed and mobile services.

Replacing similar existing arrangements, Vocus subsidiary M2 Group has entered into new supply arrangements with Telstra, which will expire on June 30, 2019, with Telstra supplying various fixed voice and broadband services.

The services will be supplied to Vocus retail brands Commander, Dodo and iPrimus.

“We are pleased to build upon our long-standing relationship with Telstra Wholesale, ensuring a strong, ongoing competitive market position for our key retail brands,” Vocus CEO Geoff Horth commented.

The extension of wholesale mobile agreements with Optus sees existing arrangements extended until June 30, 2019, with wholesale mobile services resupplied by Vocus predominantly to retail customers under the Commander, iPrimus and Dodo brands.

Optus states the 36-month agreement extends an 11-year relationship with M2, which merged with Vocus in February of this year.

“It’s a rejuvenation of our relationship and we are looking forward to further evolving and developing our relationship with Vocus,” Optus Wholesale managing director Rob Parcell commented.

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