Singapore's former incumbent telecommunications player, SingTel has since grown to become a multi-billion dollar business and one of the world's largest mobile network operators.
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A SingTel employee has been blamed for causing a fire last month that brought down various banking and communications services in Singapore.
Putting out the fire at SingTel's Bukit Panjang Exchange last week was a good development, but what comes after will be even more interesting since the impact wasn't confined to the telco's own customer base.
Depending on service affected, home customers will either get a free three-month speed boost, one month's worth of free access to all pay TV channels or free local calls on their fixed lines.
Fire at SingTel's network exchange should trigger several questions Singapore regulator IDA must ask while it's reviewing the OpenNet buyout.
Singapore telco says damaged fiber lines are back up and running, but some affected networks may need adjustments to come back online following a building fire that affected several banking and telecom services.
A fire at SingTel's network exchange at Bukit Panjang in the Northwest of Singapore has affected its services and of those leasing its lines, such as rival telcos' fiber broadband and cable TV, and bank ATMs and branches.
In a strongly-worded statement, six local telcos and a coalition of Asia-Pacific carriers are opposing the proposed deal which will indirectly give SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder.
The telco will shut down its two-year-old e-book service from November. This comes just months after the closure of another similar service in Singapore by MediaCorp.
The telco wants its Indian associate to lead a consolidation of the domestic market, which SingTel chairman Simon Israel believes the sector "desperately" needs. He did not rule out injecting new funding to support the move.
The telco has been helping local and Australian intelligence agencies tap communications on SEA-ME-WE-3, a major undersea cable carrying Internet traffic between Singapore and Perth, according to Sydney Morning Herald.
A proposal that will give indirectly SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder is slammed by rival telco M1, while some SingTel investors are disappointed in potentially missing out on special dividends.
The deal is under public scrutiny as question marks are raised on whether the telco gains an unfair advantage through indirectly completely owning the critical network infrastructure which serves competitors.
Singapore telco has increased its effective interest in the Indian telco from 30.76 percent to 32.34 percent, in line with its "strategic focus to maximize the value of its business".
Singapore's pay TV incumbent extends $30 monthly rebate to all customers who subscribe to the English Premier League, without any contract or bundle requirement, firing up competition in the market--finally.