Telstra awards NBN-related contract to Service Stream, worth up to $420m
- 03 December, 2012 09:22
Telstra has awarded a $180 million National Broadband Network-related (NBN) contract to Service Stream for remediation of the telco’s pit and pipe infrastructure in connection with the NBN.
Service Stream will be responsible for remediation activity in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
The three-year contract, with options for two two-year extensions, is worth up to $420 million.
Service Stream has previously been responsible for servicing 60 per cent of Telstra’s copper, fibre and broadband networks.
The company is also actively involved with the roll out of the NBN, receiving several contracts from NBN Co, including an $81 million contract to carry out fibre deployment in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
Service Stream has also been awarded a contract to activate NBN equipment in premises over the next two years in Victoria, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and South Australia in a contract worth up to $64 million.
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