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Topic # 84444 31-May-2011 13:34 Send private message

Sky TV, Telecom back in bed with three-year deal
Sky TV has announced a three-year marketing deal with Telecom.

As first reported by NBR, Sky TV and Telecom have been in talks since November - a poke in the eye for Telecom's existing content platform partner, TiVo (controlled in Australasia by Hybrid TV, one-third owned by TVNZ).

The two companies parted ways in June 2009, when Sky TV launched a marketing partnership with Vodafone (Vodafone also features a number of Sky TV channels to its mobile TV service) A spokesman for Vodafone said its Sky TV deal, which includes single billing and discounted MySky HDi installation, remains in place). Mr Fellet added, "We are willing to work with anybody".




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  Reply # 476203 31-May-2011 13:43 Send private message

Please follow up in existing discussion http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=84393




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