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Australian telco, Optus, has partnered with leading retailer Retravision to expand its distribution partner network across Western Australia, including its reach into regional WA communities.

This partnership aims to give more local communities and businesses across Western Australia access to Optus’ telecommunications services by making them available in Retravision stores for the first time.

Retravision’s Managing Director, David Dorsett-Lynn, believes that customers will benefit from Optus products being available to support their technology requirements in one convenient location.

“Connectivity is essential for all Western Australians. With many Retravision stores already supporting people with their technology needs, we saw a fantastic opportunity to support them further by including a range of Optus prepaid products in Retravision stores across the state,” said Dorsett-Lynn.

Meanwhile, Optus Territory General Manager WA, Paul O’Neill, said this is an important partnership for Optus.

“Our partnership with Retravision is an important part of our commitment to giving people across Western Australia, in particular Regional communities, a choice when it comes to deciding on a network provider. With continued investment into our network and infrastructure in Regional WA, it’s important that these communities have access to the range of products and services Optus offers, now made available in select Retravision stores.

“Both Optus and Retravision shared an aligned values, passion and service to our customers. The long-term commitment from both sides is a representation of our ongoing dedication to Western Australia, and we thank Retravision for their support and look forward to a successful partnership with even greater growth ahead of us,” added Mr. O’Neill.

The partnership has made Optus products and offerings available in five Retravision stores in Western Australia since late March 2023 and will further expand to 14 sites across the state in the coming months.

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