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Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (STEL.SI)

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Mon, Mar 18 2019

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Singtel signs deal to expand mobile wallet alliance to Japan

SINGAPORE Singapore Telecommunications Ltd said on Monday it has signed a partnership to enable the use of its cross-border mobile wallet platform in Japan, as the telecom operator moves ahead with its digital payments expansion.

Singtel signs deal to expand mobile wallet alliance to Japan

SINGAPORE, March 18 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd said on Monday it has signed a partnership to enable the use of its cross-border mobile wallet platform in Japan, as the telecom operator moves ahead with its digital payments expansion.

UPDATE 2-Singtel injects $525 mln in telco Airtel as competition mounts in India

* Singtel's effective interest in Airtel 35.2 pct after offering (Adds analyst comments, background)

UPDATE 1-Singtel Q3 net profit falls 14 pct hurt by regional associates

* Revenue almost flat at S$4.63 bln (Adds CEO quote, outlook)

Singtel Q3 net profit falls 14 pct

SINGAPORE, Feb 14 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday posted a 14 percent decline in third-quarter net profit, partly due to intense competition in India and higher depreciation and amortisation from network investments by regional associates.

UPDATE 1-Singtel Q2 underlying net profit drops 22 pct

SINGAPORE, Nov 8 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday reported underlying net profit fell 22 percent in the second quarter, hit by lower contributions from some of its regional associates and a stronger Singapore dollar.

Singtel Q2 underlying net profit drops 22 pct

SINGAPORE, Nov 8 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday reported its underlying net profit fell 22 percent in the second-quarter, hit by lower contributions from some of its regional associates and a stronger Singapore dollar.

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