Telecoms news from Singapore
Singapore's MobileOne (M1) has announced plans to deploy between S$5 million and S$20 million worth of 3G femtocells to improve indoor phone coverage. ...more.
Singapore's SingTel has posted a 33 percent fall in its fourth fiscal quarter thanks to a number of one-off events. ...more.
Singapore's SingTel has upgraded its LTE network to offer support for theoretical peak download speeds of 150Mbps, although the realistic figure is just 5-40Mbps, ...more.
Singapore's SingTel today announced that it has expanded its LTE network to offer nationwide coverage with speeds of up to 150Mbps. ...more.
Singapore's MobileOne (M1) has reported that its first quarter revenues fell by 7.4% to SG$243 million, although its customer base rose slightly to 2.05 million. ...more.
Singapore's M1 has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks to strengthen its voice core network and expand its 3G network by refarming the GSM 900MHz band. ...more.
Singapore's SingTel has launched its own mobile money service, mCash, that enables users to make payments through their mobile phones, while on the move. ...more.
Singapore's MobileOne (M1) has announced its launch of the country's first WiFi roaming service for both retail and corporate customers. ...more.
Singapore based mobile network, MobileOne (M1) today announced the launch of the Singapore's first LTE based 4G prepaid broadband service. ...more.
The Singapore government has said that it will support calls for a fresh investigation in the apparent suicide of an American engineer, Dr. Shane Todd who had been working a project for Huawei at the time of his death. ...more.
The mobile advertising agency, Amobee has signed exclusive agreements with four Asian mobile networks, Globe, Optus and Telkomsel all part owned by Singapore Telecom, ...more.
Singapore based SingTel has reported that revenues for its third-fiscal quarter fell by 4.8 percent to S$4.6 billion, while net profit also fell, by 8.3 percent to S$827 million. ...more.
Singapore's StarHub has reported that its fourth-quarter revenues rose by 7 percent to S$654.1 million, while net profit decreased by 5 percent to S$87.9 million. ...more.
Singapore based MobileOne (M1) has reported that its fourth-quarter revenues rose by 3.3% to reach S$327.4 million, although the net profit was up by just 0.6% to S$37.9 million. ...more.
Singapore's telecoms regulator, the IDA says that it has found that all three of the country's mobile operators failed to comply with its Quality of Service (QoS) standard ...more.
Japan's NTT DoCoMo is opened an overseas subsidiary in Singapore to provide Japanese customers in Singapore with Japanese-language support for a full range of communication services. ...more.
The developing markets of Indonesia and Malaysia continue to turn in strong results in their technical consumer goods (TCG) sector consecutively quarters after quarters. ...more.
Moody's Investors Service notes that SingTel's first half financial results, despite negative revenue growth year-on-year, were in line with Moody's expectations; as such there is no immediate impact on SingTel's Aa3 debt rating. The rating outlook remains stable. ...more.
Singapore based SingTel has reported its second-fiscal quarter revenues were barely changed at S$4.57 billion, while net profit was also very slight down at S$868 million. ...more.
In a block trade, Temasek has sold 400 million shares in SingTel to raise S$1.3 billion (US$1 billion). This divestment is part of Temasek's broader strategy for rebalancing its portfolio, ...more.