StarHub's net profit for H1 2017 was down 20.9 percent from SG$201 million on revenue of SG$1.171 billion and EBITDA of SG$349 million.
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Hutchison Telecommunications expects to walk away with HK$5.8 billion in profit.
The ANAO concluded that no official documentation has been found that outlines how Telstra would manage the privacy and security of the national cancer screening register.
Amaysim agreed to pay AU$120 million to acquire online energy retailer Click Energy as part of its strategy to expand into new verticals and offer bundled offerings.
The court process will be quicker with most of the targeted internet service providers -- including Telstra, Optus, and Vocus -- confirming their intention to not appear in court or contest the application for injunction.
The Australian Federal Court has ordered SoleNet and Sure Telecom to stop trading as a business for the next two years, with their director James Harrison also disqualified from managing corporations for three years.
Following a review of the effectiveness of section 593 of the Telecommunications Act 1997, the Australian government has decided to continue to fund the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network.
The telecommunications services provider has reported a 214 percent year-on-year increase in net profit to AU$6.2 million on revenue of AU$106.8 million for the first half of the 2017 financial year.
The Australian Olympic Committee has appealed the Federal Court's dismissal that Telstra contravened the Olympic Insignia Protection Act through its Rio advertising campaign, saying the decision 'diminishes the value of the licence'.
Optus has inked a AU$20 million deal with Townsville City Council that will see it improve the council's internal processes as well as the service experience for community members.