If the saying that troubles come in threes has any validity, Australia's second biggest telco Optus had better watch. On Monday, its network was hit by an outage in Victoria to make it the second issue that the company has encountered over the last fortnight.
Telecommunications provider Optus says its Optus Sport service is being modified so that it can be accessed free of charge until 31 August, as per the announcement by its chief executive Allan Lew on Wednesday.
Public broadcaster SBS will simulcast all remaining group matches of the World Cup football tournament along with Optus, in an agreement with the telco which has been dogged by issues with broadcasting games on its network.
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