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SingTel's half-year profit plunges 60%, revenue up 3%

Thursday 8 November 2018 | 08:08 CET | News
Singapore operator Singtel saw its operating revenue grow 3 percent year-on-year in constant currency terms to SGD 8.40 billion in the half-year ended 30 September, underpinned by strong postpaid mobile customer growth and higher equipment sales across Singapore and Australia. EBITDA fell 3 percent in constant currency terms, driven by lower NBN migration revenues in Australia, lower voice revenue, as well as investments in the Group's digital businesses. 

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Categories: General
Companies: Airtel / AIS / SingTel / Telkomsel
Countries: Asia / Australia / Singapore
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