Singtel continues to decline in FY2021

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Singapore’s tail is single Continues to see Its balance sheet agreement for the full board will be completed by the end of March.

Tel’s revenue has fallen from प्रतिशत 5 billion to जी 1 billion to जी 6 billion, with interest, taxes, declines, and revenue before EBITDA declining 16% to जी 8 billion. Is, and net profit halved to SG $$ 4 million. All of these numbers were down in the last fiscal year, dramatically in some cases. For net profit, Telco reported SG $ 1.1 billion in 2019G, एस 2.7 billion more than this year.

“This year’s results are disappointing, given the unprecedented headwind from COVID-1 and the ongoing structural challenges,” said CEO UN Quan Moon.

“NCS and our data center services have been a bright spot, entrepreneurs have gone digital and their business has grown exponentially as they transform. We will capitalize on this collective digitization with a strategic reset plan to recover and grow.”

One of the few positive areas of Singtel is the contribution of its regional partners, SG $ 1. Billions of dollars, though all the profits were posted by Bharti Airtel, which reversed last year’s loss of SG $ 30 million to a profit of SG $ 2 million. Telcoml fell 22% to SG $ 15.1 million, AIS fell 8.5% to SG $ 4 million, Intoch’s contribution fell 7.4% to SG करोड million million, and Globe fell 15% to SG 15 million. 6 $ 6 million.

In Singapore, Singtel’s consumer business reported a 1G% decline in revenue to SG $ 1.8 billion, and in the second half of the year it saw declines in ROM, prepaid mobile and voice revenue, while its handset sales increased as consumers upgraded. On GG devices. EBTIDA was SG $ 627 million, down 1%.

The enterprise segment reported revenue of 1.4% to SG टेको 9.4 billion and EBITDA of 5% to SG of .1 1.11 billion. Systematic Services G.7% ​​increase SG 1.95. Billion dollars, revenue of business application services increased by 1% to जी 2 million and sales of communications engineering sales increased by 5% to जी 1.3 million. Headgear in the other direction were all carriage services – mobile, device sales, data, and stationary voice – which collectively fell 10% to SG .6 2.6868 billion. Cybersecurity SG was quite low at 4 million.

NCS, which broke the unit, grew its revenue by 6.2 percent to SG .3 2.3 billion, and EBITDA rose 13 percent to SG $ 303 million, while Trustwave saw revenue stabilize at डलर 30 million and EBITDA grew 2% to SG% million. It has seen a loss of Rs.

Along with Amobi, which earned 1 revenue..6 percent SG १ 6464 million and EBITDA reduced 85% to SG $ million, Trustwave is now facing a strategic review.

“The second half-year exceptions include SG 9 99 million ($$ 8 million) and SG Am 66 66 million in intangible assets and goodwill from Amobi and the global cybersecurity business, respectively,” Telco said.

“Ongoing industry and operational challenges and the COVID-1P epidemic have underperformed their business plans and affected the recovery value of these businesses. Syntel has launched a strategic review to consider options for these businesses to intensify the group’s focus and ensure.” That these assets are located for development.

Along with the review, NCS will take over Trustwave’s technology services, as NCS is set to become a “major growth driver”.

“With the focus on the public sector, the NCS Group has been a consistent revenue growth engine for the past year,” Yunen said.

“This makes it very worthwhile to develop this growth engine by further expanding its network in the enterprise sector and market outside of Singapore and its presence in the market. The e-government will leave no stone unturned there, but it is a major turning point for the NCS.”

For the Australian hand of the singles, Optus walked away from the full year on March 1A Minor beatings and injuries. The company saw a decline on board, and thanks to many exceptional items, recorded a net loss of $ 208 million for the year, AU 10 10 million dollars.

“After the completion of the NBN rollout in Australia and the follow-up of customers, Optus has conducted a detailed review of its network assets and recorded AU U 1 million in non-cash disability fees, mainly due to its legacy stable access networks.

Optus added an AU $ 98 million item is also against it Payroll review He saw thousands of his current and former workers as potentially underpaid.

Optus is set to spend AU. 1.7 billion in capital expenditure in its next fiscal year, while the remaining SG of the single group will spend $ 800 million.

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