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Raduga-Internet takes over Starblazer subscribers on Eutelsat

Tuesday 16 March 2021 | 11:43 CET | News
Russian VSAT operator Raduga-Internet has taken over the subscribers of operator Starblazer served on the Ka-Sat satellite owned by Eutelsat, reports Comnews.ru. No customer numbers were specified in the agreement between the two companies.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Eutelsat / Raduga
Countries: Russian Federation
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