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Viasat Extends Nationwide Fulfillment Services Partnership with Perfect 10


In advance of its commercial internet service launch on the ViaSat-2 satellite, Viasat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), a global communications company, announced it has extended its nationwide fulfillment services agreement with Perfect 10.

Perfect 10 has more than 35 years of experience in field operations management. Viasat and Perfect 10 will extend their relationship to serve residential and business fulfillment needs across the United States with upgraded ViaSat-2 internet service packages. Viasat's Field Services team will continue to train the Perfect 10 technicians, subcontractors and dealer teams to ensure customers' internet demands are rapidly met with an easy, no-hassle customer service experience.

"We are committed to delivering a high-quality customer service experience, backed by industry-leading performance metrics," said Steve Brigman, vice president, Installation Service Group at Perfect 10. "Our deep expertise in satellite internet installation and distribution services coupled with our understanding of the new Viasat internet service will enable us to bring wide-scale technical value to Viasat's current and future customer base."

"Perfect 10 has been a valuable partner to Viasat for years. We are pleased to extend our relationship to now cover broadband services on our ViaSat-2 satellite," said Keven Lippert, president, Broadband Services, Viasat. "Perfect 10 is an industry leader in fulfillment services, and together we will be able to meet the anticipated demands for our new internet offering. We believe our new internet service will deliver cable-like speeds to every part of the continental United States making satellite internet even more competitive with terrestrial internet services."

The new Viasat satellite service is expected to offer significantly improved speeds and higher-quality satellite internet services across a broad footprint that includes North America, Central America, the Caribbean and a portion of northern South America, as well as the primary aeronautical and maritime routes across the Atlantic Ocean between North America and Europe. The new Viasat internet service is expected to launch in February 2018.