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Aussat

(ˈɒsæt; ˈɒzæt)
n
(Telecommunications) the Australian-owned communications satellite launched in 1985
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Wireless technology company Option (Euronext: OPTI) (Nasdaq-OTCBB:OPTI) said today that its iCON XY has been selected by Optus, an Australian integrated telecommunications provider, to launch its wireless broadband promotion for the FIFA football tournament in South Africa.
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Australia's two chief pay-TV operators, Foxtel and Optus, have agreed to resell content and capacity on their rival networks, in a landmark deal that has the potential to revolutionize the troubled industry.