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Bharti Airtel subsidiary approves merger with Indus Towers

The board of Bharti Infratel, a subsidiary of Indian telco Bharti Airtel, has approved the merger with Indus Towers on August 31.


Singtel and Great Eastern to insurance products that cover telco bills and home contents

Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) and Great Eastern Holdings have partnered up to launch a range of general insurance products spanning home, motor, and travel.

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NETS and Singtel to provide more cross-border digital payment opportunities in Southeast Asia

Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) says it has partnered with Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) to accelerate the development and delivery of NETS cross-border payment services on August


Singtel associate AIS resolves tower dispute with CAT Telecom

The Thai associate of Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), Advanced Info Service Public Company (AIS), announced on August 20 that it has resolved the tower dispute settlement and entered into a


Singtel reports 24% decline in EBITDA to $897 mil, registers net exceptional charge of $364 mil in 1Q business update

For the 1Q20 ended June, Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) reported a 24.2% y-o-y decline in its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) to $897 million after


Covid-19 sends demand for data skyrocketing, but telcos struggle to reap profits

In the blockbuster science fiction film The Matrix, human beings live in a virtual world while lying in a state of suspended animation to serve as living batteries for diabolical machines.


Singtel and China Unicom users can now automatically switch networks in China or Singapore without manually configuring their devices

SINGAPORE (July 14): Singtel, along with Chinese state-owned China Unicom, and global mobile alliance network Bridge Alliance, announced a collaboration to enable customers from Singtel and China U


Carlyle to acquire 25% stake in Bharti Airtel’s data centre business for US$235 mil

SINGAPORE (July 1): Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) announced that its associate Bharti Airtel has sold a 25% stake in its data centre arm, Nxtra Data Limited, for US$235 million ($327.4 mil


No vendors were excluded in 5G rollout: Iswaran

(June 25): Singapore’s communication minister said the government never excluded any company from being vendors for the nationwide rollout of high-speed 5G technology, and is satisfied with the out

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