|Bid||1.775 x 0|
|Ask||1.790 x 0|
|Day's range||1.770 - 1.795|
|52-week range||1.705 - 2.310|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.31|
|Earnings date||9 Oct 2017 - 13 Oct 2017|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1.72|
Operating costs grew to more expensive handsets and fixed services costs. M1's net profits in Q3 dipped 4.8% YoY from $34.4m in 2016 to $32.8m in 2017, according to DBS Equity Research. For the first nine ...
M1's new, cheaper plans for its SIM-only and mySIM services could seriously hurt its earnings and revenue, DBS Equity Research said. Given the ability to choose between older legacy heavy plans and cheaper data plans, M1's subscribers will tend to minimise the cost of the monthly rentals. "This will likely weigh on M1's revenues, which are ~70% made up of mobile," said DBS analyst Sachin Mittal.
It alerts the user of malware through SMS and e-mail. M1 launched M1 Mobile Guard, network-exclusive malware detector for mobile phones. According to a press release, this will also be the first network-based anti-malware product in Asia.
Average revenue per user (ARPU) in the mobile segment is expected to fall by 14% to 20% in the next five years, OCBC Investment Research said. According to a review, competition within Singapore mobile segment could intensify with the pending entry of Australian telco TPG and the campaign by Circles.Life, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). Local fibre broadband operator MyRepublic is also likely to launch mobile services in Singapore by Oct 17, which offers generous mobile data.
It is the first commercially available NB-IoT in Southeast Asia. M1 Limited announced the launch of Southeast Asia’s first commercial nationwide NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things) network which will catalyse smart solutions innovation and support Singapore’s transformation into a Smart Nation. The Internet of Things (IoT), in enabling hyper-connectivity to millions of devices, sensors and services, is a key Smart Nation building block.
M1’s share price has held up relatively well ever since its 3 major shareholders announced their intention to undertake a strategic review of their shareholdings. However, considering that a buyer would have to come up with over $2.2b for a controlling stake, funding could be a potential stumbling block for bids to materialise.
After it had lost bid to become the fourth telco operator. Bloomberg Markets said MyRepublic Ltd., the Singapore internet provider backed by billionaire Xavier Niel, is seeking a private equity partner ...
To put it bluntly, unless you were born the only heir of a family business worth millions, you will need to take out a home loan to buy your HDB flat. From The Motley Fool: Shares of local telco M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) could be on the chopping block of its major investors. Newswires reported last Friday that M1?s major shareholders, namely Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4), Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39), and Malaysian-listed telco Axiata Group Berhad (KLSE:6888.KL), were said to be exploring a possible sale of their stakes in M1.
Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation (KPTT), Axiata Group (Axiata) and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) are working with a financial adviser to conduct a strategic review of their respective 28.5%, 19.2% and 13.4% stakes in M1. According to OCBC, KPTT and SPH announced the same day to confirm their undertaking of a strategic review of their respective stakes in M1, but the three Singapore-listed companies clarified in their announcements that there is no assurance any transaction will materialise from such review and will make further announcements if there are any material developments.
The telco also launched three new 4G broadband plans. Singapore telco M1 Limited announced the availability of two new regional data passports for business travellers. M1's ASEAN Data Passport, which is available for $25 per month, will enable customers to use their local data bundle in nine ASEAN destinations including Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
After much excitement with the release of iPhone 7 months ago, some analysts are seeing its sales to start dwindling. Citing KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a report from 9to5Mac said iPhone shipment volume is forecast to decline to 40m-50m units in 1Q17, lower than the 51.2m units in 1Q16. If this happens, then which among Singapore's telcos would bear the most burden?