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Mobile operators unite to bring global apps store

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Twenty-four telecom operators – including Vodafone, SingTel, China Unicom, China Telecom, Telenor, TeleSonera, Sprint, T-Mobile, Orange , AT&T and Verizon Wireless – have announced that they will form together a group known as the Wholesale Applications Community. The group will have the backing of the GSMA consortium and will be backed by LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony Ericsson. The group was founded on a goal to “establish a simple route […]

SingTel might go alone on national broadband bid

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Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) is reported to be considering making its own bid to the Federal Government’s proposed  $4.7 billion national boradband contract, putting it in competition with the Optus-led G9 Group. CEO for SingTel Chua Sock Koong said yesterday that the board would consider launching a separate bid under the right conditions. The federal budget saw the contract being moved to the Building Australia Fund, where it is controlled by […]

SingTel announces iPhone to Asia Pacific market

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Singapore Telecommunications, or SingTel, has announced that it would be selling the iPhone in Singapore and many other markets with its associates. The markets as of press time have been said on a press release were India, via the Bharti Group, The Philippines by Globe Telecom. As well, rumours have been true, Optus will sell the iPhone thanks to this new deal. This brings Vodafone and Optus having contracts to […]