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  2. About Singtel

    Singapore Telecommunications Limited (, ) (commonly abbreviated as SingTel) and formerly known as Telecom Equipment, is Singapore's largest telecommunications company. With a combined mobile subscriber base of 124 million customers from its own operations and regional associates at the end of March 2007 , SingTel is the largest mobile network operator in the Asia Pacific outside of the People's Republic of China. A former government monopoly privatized in 1992, SingTel divested its postal operation SingPost in 2003 and now concentrates on providing internet service provider(SingNet), mobile phone and fixed line telephony services. SingTel has launched its pay TV service in July 2007, named mio TV.

    SingTel has expanded aggressively outside its home market and owns shares in many regional operators, including 100% of Australian telecommunications company Optus, acquired in 2000 from Cable and Wireless and other shareholders of Optus.

    SingTel is majority-owned by state investment vehicle Temasek Holdings. Chua Sock Koong serves as its current CEO, having replaced long-serving CEO Lee Hsien Yang (brother of Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong) in April 2007.

    SingTel's commitment to customer privacy had come into question as a result of its subsidiary's actions during Odex's actions against file sharing in 2007. [http://forums.hardwarezone.com/showthread.php?t=1705924] It was revealed that SingNet simply consented to the release of customer information without their lawyers contesting in the courts. [http://forums.hardwarezone.com/showthread.php?t=1705924]"

  3. Quotes about Singtel

    1. We are looking forward to working with the company to build and expand on their early success. "We are excited to have SingTel and Infocomm Investments join our group of existing investors as we continue to shape the mobile social media landscape in Asia and beyond Dr Kuo-Yi Lim, CEO of Infocomm Investments also commented that:
      In Bubble Motion more Bubbly on $10m SingTel capital raising
    2. We are excited to have SingTel and Infocomm Investments joining our group of existing patrons as we continue to shape the mobile social media landscape in Asia and beyond.
      In Bubble Motion Raises Another $10M
    3. We are excited to have SingTel and Infocomm Investments joining our group of existing patrons as we continue to shape the mobile social media landscape in Asia and beyond.
      In Bubble Motion raises another $10m