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Singapore Telecommunications Sees FY Capital Expenditure To About S$2.1 Bln
Singapore Telecommunications Posts Qtrly Operating Revenue S$4,378.3 Mln
Advanced Info Service Updates On Dispute Between Co And TOT PCL
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd is a communications technology company. The Company provides a range of telecommunications and digital services to consumers and businesses across Asia, Australia, Africa and the United States. Its segments include Group Consumer, Group Enterprise and Group Digital Life. Consumer segment comprises the consumer businesses across Singapore and Australia, as well as the Company's investments, such as Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited (AIS) in Thailand, Bharti Airtel Limited (Airtel) in India, Africa and South Asia, Globe Telecom, Inc. (Globe) in the Philippines and PT Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel) in Indonesia. Group Enterprise segment comprises the business groups across Singapore, Australia, the United States, Europe and the region, and focuses on the enterprise markets. Group Digital Life segment focuses on using the Internet technologies and assets of the Company's operating companies by entering adjacent businesses.
31 Exeter Road, Comcentre
Simon Claude Israel
Non-Executive Non-Independent Chairman of the Board
Sock Koong Chua
Group Chief Executive Officer, Non-Independent Executive Director
Lim Cheng Cheng
Group Chief Financial Officer
York Chye Chang
Chief Executive Officer - Group Enterprise
Wee Boon Chia
Chief Executive Officer - NCS Group Enterprise
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Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singtel) <STEL.SI> is teaming up with Southeast Asian ride hailing firm Grab to bid for an online banking license in Singapore, the first such partnership that could spur a shake-up of the city state's financial sector.
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd said on Monday it would partner with Grab Holdings Inc to apply for a digital full banking licence in Singapore.
Singtel on Thursday posted a second-quarter loss of S$668 million ($491.29 million) hurt by a one-time charge recorded by India's Bharti Airtel.
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's cut its outlook on Singapore Telecommunications to negative from stable, citing increasing competitive pressure in key markets as well as elevated cash needs for capital expenditure and dividend payout.
* Optus acknowledges ACCC action, "it's a mistake" (Adds Optus response, context)
Australia's competition regulator said on Thursday it has initiated civil proceedings against Singapore Telecommunications' Optus, on allegations of misleading consumers.
* Sees cost savings of S$490 mln for FY2020 (Adds cost-saving target, share movement, and comments)
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd said on Wednesday its 2018 net profit fell 44% after a challenging year marked by tough competition for its local and international businesses.
Singapore Telecommunications is set to post its lowest annual profit in 16 years on Wednesday, underscoring challenges Southeast Asia's largest telecoms firm faces as its rivals strike deals in a highly competitive industry.
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's effective interest in Airtel 35.2 pct after offering (Adds analyst comments, background)
* Revenue almost flat at S$4.63 bln (Adds CEO quote, outlook)
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.
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.
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.
* Keeps full-year outlook (Adds executive comments from conference)
Singapore Telecommunications reported a 6.6 percent fall in its first-quarter profit, in part due to intense competition in some of its markets and adverse currency movements.
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday reported a 19 percent fall in its fourth-quarter net profit, hurt by lower contributions from its regional associates in Indonesia and India as well as adverse currency movements.
* Singtel, Razer to forge strategic partnership in e-payments, e-sports and telco services
* SINGTEL ENTERPRISE SECURITY (US) INCREASED ITS SHARE CAPITAL BY US$10 MILLION TO US$396.7 MILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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