SingTel announces takeover offer by Optus for Alphawest

21 July 2005, 10:20 am

Singapore Telecommunications Limited (“SingTel”) announced today that SingTel Optus Pty Limited (“Optus”) intends, through a subsidiary Optus Networks Pty Limited, to make an off-market takeover offer for all of the ordinary shares in Alphawest Limited (“Alphawest”) for cash consideration of 68 cents per share (“Offer Price”). The Offer is subject to a 90% minimum acceptance … Read more

SingTel announces takeover offer by Optus for Alphawest

21 July 2005, 9:00 am

Singapore Telecommunications Limited (“SingTel”) announced today that SingTel Optus Pty Limited (“Optus”) intends, through a subsidiary Optus Networks Pty Limited, to make an off-market takeover offer for all of the ordinary shares in Alphawest Limited (“Alphawest”) for cash consideration of 68 cents per share (“Offer Price”). The Offer is subject to a 90% minimum acceptance … Read more

Optus reaches 1,000 transponder years of service

19 July 2005, 9:00 am

Optus has reached a significant milestone in its satellite operation. Since the launch of A1 in 1985, Optus has accumulated 1,000 transponder years of service with all of its existing satellites. Typically a satellite will have approximately 15-24 transponder capacity, therefore with the total of Optus’ existing satellites (Optus A3, B1, B3 and C1) and … Read more

Optus reaches 1,000 transponder years of service

19 July 2005, 9:00 am

Optus has reached a significant milestone in its satellite operation. Since the launch of A1 in 1985, Optus has accumulated 1,000 transponder years of service with all of its existing satellites. Typically a satellite will have approximately 15-24 transponder capacity, therefore with the total of Optus’ existing satellites (Optus A3, B1, B3 and C1) and … Read more

Optus reaches 1,000 transponder years of service

19 July 2005, 9:00 am

Optus has reached a significant milestone in its satellite operation. Since the launch of A1 in 1985, Optus has accumulated 1,000 transponder years of service with all of its existing satellites. Typically a satellite will have approximately 15-24 transponder capacity, therefore with the total of Optus’ existing satellites (Optus A3, B1, B3 and C1) and … Read more