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STC enters new deal with Intelsat to boost Broadband growth

LUXEMBOURG, May 30, 2016

Saudi Telecommunication Company (STC) has expanded its relationship with Intelsat with the signing of a new contract for satellite services on Intelsat 15.

The additional connectivity from Intelsat 15 will enable STC, the largest telecom operator in Saudi Arabia, to grow VSAT services for corporate networks in the banking, government, and oil and gas sectors operating in the kingdom.

"As the largest telecommunications company in Saudi Arabia, STC knows the importance of keeping our corporate customers connected with the latest and most reliable communication technologies," said Walid Al Wabel, general manager, operations management, STC.

"Throughout our long-term relationship, Intelsat has demonstrated they understand our needs and allow us to advance our business with growth capacity that seamlessly integrates with our expansive network," he said.

The latest agreement further expands Intelsat's long-standing relationship with STC. Currently, STC uses four additional satellites from Intelsat's Globalised Network  to ensure that corporate customers have access to high quality and reliable connectivity at all times.

"We value our customer relationships and are committed to introducing new and innovative satellite technology to help our customers solve their communications challenges," said Shahrokh Amiri, Intelsat's director of sales, Middle East and North Africa.  -TradeArabia News Service




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