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Kenneth Kwek
Kenneth Kwek,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 16 Apr 2019
For new signups, either, both competitive. If you are with circles life, then gomo as circles life only offer competitive offerings for new signups

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Probably because a lot of competitors are coming into the telco industry. Their overseas business also didnt do well.

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Isaac Chan
Isaac Chan, Business at NUS
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Answered on 07 Mar 2019
I would think that the pressure on Singtel to keep paying off dividends has also caused its leverage and credit risk to worsen also. It's dividend payout ratio is actually 77% for 2018 Q3, quite high! If Singtel were to cut back on dividends, its share prices will really tank since the dividends have all been priced into the shares. Maybe just to wrap Sandra point up, the measure of leverage that was talked about in the article was Debt/EBITDA. If more debt is taken on, but EBITDA decreases, the leverage levels will increase. That's probably why they downgraded Singtel's rating.

Starhub

M1

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Tee-Ming Chew
Tee-Ming Chew, Co-founder at Seedly
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Answered 6d ago
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AMA The Fifth Person

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They are all doing not so well. Singtel being bogged down by its huge investment in Bharti Airtel India. Starhub undergoing massive business transformation. Profits down, dividends cut. M1 losing ARPU and the price war is hurting it. Plus, the incoming TPG, the current circles.life promos will all add up into more competition in an already super saturated market. Sooner or later there will be a consolidation. A small population in Singapore will have limited people on data plans, any price war will hurt revenues.

AMA Christopher Tan

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Png Cheng Xi Damien
Png Cheng Xi Damien, BSc Finance at SUSS
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 10 Oct 2018
Too big to fail yes, but their stock prices can still be affected. Too big to fail should only be used to determine if you should buy a bond.

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Soh Sing Heng
Soh Sing Heng, Financial Blogger at SG Young Investment
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 11 Sep 2018
I still believe in Singtel being a good investment. I wrote an article on my detailed analysis of Singtel which you can read here: https://sgyounginvestment.blogspot.com/2018/07/looking-more-closely-at-singtel-is.html

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Dwivid Sharma
Dwivid Sharma,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 17 Aug 2018
Yes, It is good time to buy Singtel. Yesterday, I have read a blog Top 5 Singapore Stocks to Buy Now! and it contains Singtel in their list of stocks. As per my analysis it is alost near to it low for this year and as we know that It has potential to give good return on investment.