|Bid||3.61 x 0|
|Ask||3.62 x 0|
|Day's range||3.60 - 3.62|
|52-week range||3.57 - 4.02|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.31|
|Earnings date||7 Feb 2018 - 12 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.09 (3.47%)|
|1y target est||4.23|
DBS Equity Research placed it as a "digital leader" amongst Asian telcos. Singtel is considered the "digital leader" amongst Asian telcos, because of the growth of its non-traditional services, DBS Equity Research said in a sector report. DBS said the digital leader's revenue from non-traditional should comprise about 15% of total revenue by 2020.
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Mobile operators M1, StarHub, and Singtel have reintroduced unlimited plans, more than five years after they were abolished. M1 was the first to unveil its upgraded 4G SIM-only plan last August, which offers unlimited data on a 12-month contract for $98. StarHub’s unlimited offerings, meanwhile, are confined to weekends, whilst Singtel’s customers on the Combo 3, 6, and 12 handset bundled plans can opt for unlimited data for an additional $39.9 per month.
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX:Z74) and ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd (SGX:C52) are two blue chip stocks that are near 52-week lows now.
By Nikhil Nainan Dec 18 (Reuters) - Philippine stocks rose 0.5 percent on Monday as investors hunted for bargains after Friday's sharp fall, while Vietnam shares jumped nearly 1.5 percent with financials ...
This is two to three times faster than LTE peak speeds. Singtel and Ericsson recorded an internet speed of 1.1Gbps, through a trial using wireless technology Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology. ...
Singtel's customers across Asia will be able to pay for Mobike rides through a mobile wallet. Singtel signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with bikeshare firm Mobike to facilitate mobile payments for bike rides across Singapore and Asia.
The Pay TV segments of Singapore's telcos are all plagued by piracy and increasing over-the-top (OTT) content service providers, such as Netflix and Hulu. OCBC Investment Research said the total number of Pay TV subscribers as at end-3Q2017 fell 4% to 871,000. Starhub’s Pay TV subscriber base fell 2.1% QoQ to 467,000 subscribers whilst Singtel’s subscriber base remained flat at 404,000.
DBS is now valued at $62.97b. Reaping the rewards of going big on tech, DBS Group Holdings Ltd. has pushed past Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. to become Southeast Asia’s biggest company by market capitalization, ...
Singtel and M1 added 10,000 new customers, whilst StarHub lost 1,000. This chart from OCBC Investment Research shows that Starhub’s broadband subscriber base fell by 1,000 between in September 2017. This ...
Mobile revenue could fall 13.6% if they don't monetise data usage. Singapore’s telcos need to scramble for more opportunities to monetise their offerings as mobile penetration growth rate already hit 149%, causing the number of new subscribers to decline. According to OCBC Investment Research, as a result, mobile revenue could fall by 13.6% between 2016 and 2021 for all telcos.
All three major telcos reported weaker earnings this quarter. Singapore’s three telecommunications service providers (telcos) – M1, Singtel, Starhub - posted lacklustre results this quarter as they recorded ...
In a release, Singtel reported second quarter net profit of S$2.9 billion, boosted by gains from the divestment of 75.2% of its stake in NetLink Trust in July this year. Operating revenue for the quarter increased 7% to S$4.37 billion. This included revenue contributions from digital marketing company Turn which was acquired in April this year.
By Devika Syamnath Nov 3 (Reuters) - Philippine shares retreated from a record high scaled earlier on Friday to close 1.6 percent lower as investors locked in profits from three straight sessions of gains, ...
By Devika Syamnath Oct 31 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stocks were largely subdued on Tuesday after data showed China's factory growth slowed more than expected in October, with Vietnam dropping nearly ...
A few weeks ago, we wrote about whether it makes financial sense to buy your next iPhone on Circles.Life interest-free installment plan. In the article, we suggested that while Circles.Life SIM only plan appears to deliver better savings compared to traditional handset subsidy plans, the savings isn’t as significant when it’s compared to its other SIM only plans peers offered by other telcos. There were some comments in our previous article as we only compared between Circles.Life and Singtel.
Singtel led the stocks today. The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 5.97 points or 0.18% higher to 3329.03, taking the year-to-date performance to +15.56%. The top active stocks were Singtel, which gained ...
Mobile revenue market share of its rivals Starhub and M1 rose to 30.8% and 17.7%. This chart from DBS Equity Research shows that the mobile revenue market share for Singtel dipped to 51.5% in Q2, whilst ...
5G workshops, tests, and demos will start before the year ends. Singtel and Ericsson made an initial investment of S$2m into a Centre of Excellence (CoE) that will focus on deploying a 5G network in Singapore. According to a press release, the CoE will also be open to Optus and Singtel's regional associates.