After a decade long relationship, Telstra and the Bank of Queensland have extended an agreement for fixed lines, mobile voice, data and Internet services.Provision of Blackberry devices also fall under the deal.
The three-year contract is worth $21 million and will see the incumbent telco continue to provide a host of products that rely on Telstra’s Next G and Next IP networks.
Bank of Queenland’s IT executive, Jim Stabback, said in a statement that after an exhaustive market review, the company decided to settle with Telstra again.
He said the services delivered by the telco are crucial to core business operations.
Telstra’s Queensland enterprise and government director, Chris Lowe, said the contract renewal was a testament to the quality of the telco’s services and backbone networks that delivered those solutions.
AAPT also continued a longstanding affiliation with Telstra this week after extending a commercial wholesale agreement that was first inked in 1991.