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2007 Asia - Telco Company Profiles

This report presents 13 profiles of selected major telecommunications companies in Asia. Each profile provides a descriptive overview of the business of the particular company as well as the latest available financial and operational statistics. Companies covered include:

  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL)
  • China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd
  • China Netcom Group
  • China Telecom Corporation Ltd
  • Hutchison Whampoa Ltd
  • Japan’s Major Operators (NTT, KDDI, SoftBank);
  • PCCW Ltd
  • Singapore Telecom (SingTel)
  • StarHub Pte Ltd
  • Telekom Malaysia
  • Vietnam Posts & Telecoms Corporation (VNPT)


This publication contains overviews of the companies that have been attracting most attention in the region. The reports contain historical financial and operating data on each of the companies covered. The companies covered are as follows:

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)

India’s state-owned BSNL holds around 85% of the country’s copper wire local loop networks. It is the largest telecom operator in India, providing basic fixed-line services nationwide, except for the cities of Mumbai and Delhi. BSNL lost its exclusive rights to local access and national telephony in 2001. To compensate for reduced revenues, it built a national GSM network and entered the mobile sector, becoming one of the country’s biggest GSM operators. BSNL also entered the international telephony market in February 2003. In April 2004, the government moved to unbundle BSNL’s copper network to encourage the growth of broadband ADSL access. The company has been attracting considerable attention through its launch in 2006 of a ‘mega tender’ for 45.5 million mobile lines and the supply of 3G equipment.

China Mobile Limited

China Mobile has the world’s largest mobile subscriber base (over 300 million) and the largest geographically contiguous mobile network. Listed on the New York and Hong Kong stock exchanges since 1997, China Mobile has been facing competition from cheaper city-based PHS mobile services offered by the country’s two big fixed-line operators. In preparation for 3G services in China, the company submitted its application for a WCDMA licence in July 2005. In an important strategic move, China Mobile finalised its purchase of China Resources Peoples Telephone Company in Hong Kong in 2006, renaming the subsidiary China Mobile Peoples Telephone Company.

China Netcom Group

China Netcom is the second largest fixed-line operator in China. The group owns 30% of the country’s fixed-line infrastructure and serves 35% of its fixed-line customers. As part of its infrastructure it has a 360Gb/s IP backbone network and acquired the Asia Netcom submarine cable network. Its services include PSTN and VoIP telephony, the ‘Little Smart’ PHS service, broadband Internet access, leased lines and VPNs. With an IPO in November 2004, it was the last of the major telcos in China to go public. In 2006, the company sold 100% of Asia Netcom for US$168 million.

China Telecom Corporation Ltd

China Telecom is the principal provider of local, domestic and international voice and data services, dial-up and broadband Internet access in 20 of the 31 regions in China. The company commenced operations in September 2002, then went public on the HKSE and NYSE in November of that year, after the government split the original state-owned China Telecom into the China Netcom and the current China Telecom. Revenue growth engines have included the company’s PHS mobile service and its broadband Internet service. In mid-2005, China Telecom signed a landmark cooperative agreement with ZTE to provide the world’s largest fixed-line Next-Generation Network in China covering 30 provinces. In 2006, the government selected China Telecom (together with China Netcom and China Mobile) to build pre-commercial 3G networks based on the locally developed TD-SCDMA platform.

Hutchison Whampoa Ltd

Hutchison Whampoa, a huge Hong Kong based conglomerate, has become heavily involved in telecommunications and is now a serious global player. As well as its Hong Kong business, it has a presence in a growing number of countries throughout Asia, Europe, Australasia, the Middle East, Africa and South America. Specialising in mobile communications, the company has invested billions in 3G licences and infrastructure and has been at the forefront of the global 3G roll-out. Branded ‘3’, it launched the world’s first UMTS 3G to market in 2003, in UK, Italy and Australia. With a slower take-up than expected, the company could be forced to sell more assets to finance its international 3G rollout, or substantially modify its 3G strategy.

Japan - Major Operators - Overview & Statistics

Japan has been active in regulating its telecommunication industry to reduce the monopoly of NTT, and to introduce more effective competition. This has been effective in increasing the number and size of competitors, reducing prices and introducing innovative telecoms applications. This report gives a brief overview of the operating environment within Japan, and describes the major players - NTT, KDDI and SoftBank - as well providing historical financial and operating data on the companies. (Note: The history of these companies up to the present is described in a separate report.)

PCCW Ltd

PCCW has been Hong Kong’s dominant fixed-line telco provider since it acquired the incumbent, Cable & Wireless HKT, in 2000. The company is Hong Kong’s largest ISP offering broadband ADSL access and multimedia content including pay TV channels. In January 2005, China Netcom reached an agreement with PCCW on the purchase of a 20% stake in PCCW for US$1 billion. The relationship between China Netcom and PCCW continued to evolve with the forming of a joint broadband venture in mainland China in 2006. The year 2006 also saw PCCW as the continuing subject of investor interest, as Macquarie Bank of Australia and US investment company Texas Pacific Group (TPG) publicly competed to buy PCCW’s phone and media assets for about US$7 billion. Both companies abandoned their takeover attempts after strong resistance from China Netcom. Major PCCW shareholder Richard Li increased his stake in PCCW after the collapse of the sale.

Singapore Telecom (SingTel)

Listed on the Singapore and Australian Stock Exchanges, SingTel is majority-owned by the Singapore Government. SingTel is the leading provider of fixed-line, mobile and Internet services in Singapore. With a small, saturated and competitive home market, SingTel has significant offshore interests, which now contribute a majority of its revenue. Its main subsidiary is Optus in Australia. Others include Telkomsel in Indonesia, Globe Telecom in the Philippines, Bharti Telecom in India and AIS in Thailand. The company has significant investments in international submarine cable networks, satellite systems and data centres. In 2006, SingTel’s Optus acquired 100% of Virgin Mobile in Australia.

StarHub Pte Ltd

StarHub provides voice and data services over fixed, mobile and Internet platforms. After a period of strong growth, the company has passed MobileOne to take second position behind SingTel in the mobile market and is now closing in on the incumbent. StarHub has deployed an IP-based network to serve corporate customers and has been building a nationwide network to serve the residential market. In April 2001, the operator was awarded a 3G mobile licence and launched a 3G service in 2005. Singapore Cable Vision merged with StarHub in July 2002, renaming itself StarHub Cable Vision, providing cable TV and broadband services. The operator’s broadband base represented over 50% of the residential broadband market in Singapore by end-2006. Households subscribing to StarHub’s triple play services grew by 72% during 2006.

Telekom Malaysia (TM)

Listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, state-controlled TM is the country’s telecommunications incumbent. Despite market deregulation in 1994, the company continues to dominate the fixed-line voice, data and Internet sectors. In April 2003, it acquired number two GSM mobile operator Celcom. In January 2004, it launched a 3G service using the WCDMA standard. Its ISP, TM Net, is one of the largest in Southeast Asia, with ADSL exchanges installed throughout the country. Its international arm, TM International, has telecom investments, mainly mobile, in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Cambodia, with evolving plans to expand into other parts of Asia. Reinforcing its focus on Asia, TM sold its remaining businesses in Africa in 2006.

Vietnam Posts & Telecommunications Corporation (VNPT)

VNPT is Vietnam’s incumbent state-owned telecom carrier, having held a virtual monopoly on all services including fixed-line, mobile, data, Internet and satellite. The government has licensed other state run operators, which provide some competition, mainly with domestic and international VoIP telephony and ISP services over VNPT’s network. VNPT operates the country’s two main GSM mobile networks and a PHS mobile city network. VNPT’s growth areas are in mobile and ADSL Internet services. The government had announced plans to restructure VNPT, opening up for greater private investment in the sector at an early date. In 2006, VNPT announced that it was aiming to install 29 fixed telephone lines for every 100 people by 2010.

1. BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED (BSNL)
1.1 Company information
1.1.1 Privatisation
1.1.2 Operating results - 2007
1.1.3 Financial results - 2006
1.1.4 Company history
1.2 Corporate structure
1.3 The network
1.3.1 Local loop
1.3.2 CDMA-based WLL
1.3.3 Mobile
1.3.4 Satellite
1.3.5 National Internet Backbone (NIB)
1.3.6 Data communications
1.3.7 Public telephones
1.4 Services
1.4.1 Telephone
1.4.2 ISDN
1.4.3 Intelligent network
1.4.4 Mobile
1.4.5 Data networks
1.4.6 Internet services
1.4.7 WLL
2. CHINA MOBILE LIMITED
2.1 Company information
2.1.1 Operating results - 2006
2.1.2 Financial results - 2006
2.1.3 Company history
2.2 Parent company
2.2.1 China Mobile Communications Corp
2.3 China Mobile (HK) subsidiaries
2.3.1 Regional subsidiaries
2.3.2 Aspire Holdings (Aspire)
2.4 Vodafone strategic alliance
2.5 Competition
2.5.1 China Unicom
2.5.2 China Telecom and China Netcom
2.6 Network
2.6.1 GSM voice network
2.6.2 Data and Internet network
2.6.3 IP telephony network
2.7 Services
2.7.1 Brands
2.7.2 Basic voice services
2.7.3 SMS and MMS data services
2.7.4 WAP services
2.7.5 GPRS services
2.7.6 VoIP telephony services
3. CHINA NETCOM GROUP
3.1 Company information
3.1.1 Operating results - 2006
3.1.2 Financial results - 2006
3.2 History and development
3.2.1 Industry restructuring
3.2.2 Corporate restructuring
3.2.3 Initial Public Offering (IPO)
3.2.4 Company history
3.3 Organisational structure
3.3.1 Ten regional telecom divisions
3.3.2 China Netcom Corporation
3.4 Subsidiaries
3.4.1 Shanghai Netcom
3.4.2 China Online and 116.com.cn
3.4.3 Tiantian Online
3.4.4 Asia Netcom
3.5 Networks
3.5.1 China Netcom Group network
3.5.2 CNCnet
3.5.3 MobileOffice Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs)
3.5.4 Xiao Ling Tong PHS network
3.5.5 Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) network
3.5.6 3G network
3.6 Services
3.6.1 China Netcom services
4. CHINA TELECOM CORPORATION
4.1 Company information
4.1.1 Operating results - 2006
4.1.2 Financial results - 2006
4.1.3 Company history
4.2 Parent company - China Telecom Group
4.2.1 Parent company overview
4.2.2 Parent company history
4.2.3 Other parent company subsidiaries
4.3 Networks
4.3.1 PSTN network
4.3.2 Local access networks
4.3.3 Backbone transmission network
4.3.4 International gateways
4.3.5 Data and Internet networks
4.3.6 Internet data centres
4.4 Operations
4.4.1 Local access
4.4.2 Internet access
4.4.3 Domestic long-distance
4.4.4 International long-distance
4.4.5 Managed data
4.4.6 Leased line services
4.5 Services
4.5.1 Telephone services
4.5.2 Managed data services
4.5.3 Internet services
4.5.4 Internet data centre services
4.5.5 Systems integration services
4.5.6 Leased line services
5. HUTCHISON WHAMPOA LTD
5.1 Company information
5.1.1 Group financial results - 2006
5.1.2 Initial Public Offering (IPO)
5.2 Telecommunications group
5.2.1 Operating results - 2006
5.2.2 Financial results - 2006
5.2.3 Company history (outside of Hong Kong)
5.3 3G telecommunications
5.3.1 3G services
5.4 Hong Kong operations
5.5 International operations
5.5.1 Australia and New Zealand
5.5.2 Europe
5.5.3 Asia
5.5.4 South America
5.5.5 Middle East
5.5.6 Africa
6. JAPAN - MAJOR OPERATORS - OVERVIEW AND STATISTICS
6.1 Operating environment
6.1.1 Regulatory environment
6.2 Major operators
6.2.1 NTT Corporation
6.2.2 KDDI Corporation
6.2.3 Softbank Corporation
7. PCCW LTD
7.1 Company information
7.1.1 Operating results - 2006
7.1.2 Financial results - 2006
7.1.3 Company history
7.2 PCCW company organisation
7.3 PCCW network
7.4 PCCW operations
7.4.1 Telecommunications
7.4.2 Business eSolutions
7.4.3 Infrastructure and property
7.5 Overseas ventures
7.5.1 China
7.5.2 India
7.5.3 Japan
7.5.4 Taiwan
7.5.5 UK
7.6 CyberWorks ventures
7.7 Telstra alliance
7.7.1 Reach
7.7.2 Regional Wireless Company (RWC)
7.8 Services
7.8.1 Telecommunications
7.8.2 Business eSolutions
8. SINGTEL
8.1 Company information
8.1.1 Financial results - 2007
8.1.2 Company history
8.2 SingTel analysis - 2005/06
8.3 Subsidiaries and investments
8.4 Singapore network
8.4.1 Fixed-line network
8.4.2 Submarine cable systems
8.4.3 Overland cable
8.4.4 Satellite system
8.4.5 Mobile network
8.4.6 Broadband networks
8.5 Operations
8.5.1 National telephone
8.5.2 International telephone
8.5.3 Mobile
8.5.4 Internet
8.5.5 Broadband
8.5.6 Internet portals
8.5.7 Managed Hosting Services (MHS)
8.6 Services
8.6.1 Domestic telephone
8.6.2 International telephone
8.6.3 Mobile
9. STARHUB PTE LTD
9.1 Company information
9.1.1 Operating results - 2006
9.1.2 Financial results - 2006
9.1.3 Company history
9.1.4 Deregulation
9.1.5 Merger with Singapore Cable Vision (SCV)
9.2 Strategic partnerships
9.2.1 StarHub Crossing (discontinued)
9.2.2 Technology partners
9.3 Subsidiary companies
9.3.1 StarHub Mobile
9.3.2 StarHub Internet
9.3.3 StarHub Cable Vision Ltd
9.3.4 e-station
9.4 The network
9.4.1 Fibre optic network
9.4.2 IP network
9.5 Operations
9.5.1 International calling
9.5.2 Business market
9.5.3 Payphone system
9.6 Services
9.6.1 Mobile services
9.6.2 Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) service
9.6.3 International calling services
9.6.4 Internet services
9.6.5 Web portal service
9.6.6 Business customer services
9.6.7 Wholesale services
10. TELEKOM MALAYSIA
10.1 Company information
10.1.1 Operating results - 2006
10.1.2 Financial results - 2006
10.1.3 Company history
10.2 Company structure
10.3 Fixed-line voice and data
10.3.1 Local exchange
10.3.2 Domestic
10.3.3 International
10.3.4 Satellite
10.4 Mobile operations
10.4.1 Third Generation (3G)
10.4.2 Timeline
10.5 Multimedia
10.5.1 TMNet
10.5.2 Internet backbone
10.5.3 Internet data centres
10.5.4 BlueHyppo.com portal
10.5.5 Corporate Information Superhighway (COINS)
10.5.6 The Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC)
10.5.7 Leased lines
10.5.8 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
10.5.9 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
10.5.10 WiFi hotspots
10.5.11 Internet cafes
10.6 International ventures
10.7 Services
10.7.1 Fixed-line
10.7.2 Mobile
10.7.3 Data networks
10.7.4 Internet access and e-commerce
10.7.5 Maritime services
11. VIETNAM POSTS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
11.1 Company information
11.1.1 Operating highlights - 2006
11.1.2 Financial results - 2006
11.1.3 Company history
11.2 Competition
11.3 Company structure
11.3.1 Business Cooperation Contract (BCC) partners
11.3.2 Joint venture companies
11.3.3 Restructuring - 2005/06
11.4 Fixed-line operations
11.4.1 Local access network
11.4.2 National backbone network
11.4.3 National submarine cable network
11.4.4 International network
11.4.5 International submarine cable networks
11.4.6 Satellite networks
11.4.7 Remote communes
11.4.8 Rural networks
11.5 VoIP operations
11.6 Mobile operations
11.6.1 Mobifone
11.6.2 VinaPhone
11.6.3 Cityphone
11.6.4 Mobile data - WAP, GPRS and 3G
11.7 Data operations
11.7.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
11.7.2 Frame relay
11.7.3 IP VPN
11.8 Internet operations
11.8.1 ADSL
11.8.2 WiFi access
11.8.3 Internet telephony
11.9 Services
11.9.1 Fixed-line
11.9.2 Mobile
11.9.3 Data
11.9.4 Internet
12. GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS


List of Exhibits


Exhibit 1 - BSNL at a glance
Exhibit 2 - Telecom Circles
Exhibit 3 - Telecom Metro Districts
Exhibit 4 - BSNL business units
Exhibit 5 - China Mobile Limited at a glance
Exhibit 6 - China Mobile Communications Corp at a glance
Exhibit 7 - Major regional subsidiaries - 2006
Exhibit 8 - China Network Communications Group Corporation at a glance
Exhibit 9 - Division of China Telecom’s national assets
Exhibit 10 - China Telecom Corporation Ltd* at a glance
Exhibit 11 - China Telecom Group at a glance
Exhibit 12 - Transfer of China Telecom regional subsidiaries - 2002 - 2004
Exhibit 13 - Hutchison Whampoa Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 14 - 3G licences and business partners - 2006
Exhibit 15 - Hutchison Whampoa international operations - 2006
Exhibit 16 - Hutchison spectrum licences in Australia
Exhibit 17 - Hutchison Whampoa Indian operations - March 2007
Exhibit 18 - Significant telecoms operators in Japan
Exhibit 19 - NTT Group structure - March 2007
Exhibit 20 - Softbank operations
Exhibit 21 - PCCW Ltd at a glance
Exhibit 22 - PCCW business units - 2006
Exhibit 23 - PCCW Japan business units
Exhibit 24 - SingTel at a glance
Exhibit 25 - Main subsidiaries in Singapore - March 2007
Exhibit 26 - Major international investments - March 2007
Exhibit 27 - Submarine cable and satellite subsidiaries - March 2007
Exhibit 28 - SingTel submarine cable systems investments - March 2006
Exhibit 29 - StarHub at a glance
Exhibit 30 - Telekom Malaysia at a glance
Exhibit 31 - Telekom Malaysia’s international investments - 2006
Exhibit 32 - VNPT at a glance
Exhibit 33 - Alternative fixed-line telecommunications providers
Exhibit 34 - VNPT wholly-owned telecommunications subsidiary companies
Exhibit 35 - BCC venture partners in fixed telecommunications infrastructure
Exhibit 36 - Telecom equipment manufacturing joint ventures
Exhibit 37 - VNPT international network
Exhibit 38 - Submarine cable networks
Exhibit 39 - VoIP providers
Exhibit 40 - VNPT mobile networks
Exhibit 41 - VDC frame relay agreements


List of Tables


Table 1 - BSNL operating capacity and subscribers - May 2007
Table 2 - Operating revenue and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 3 - Proportion of revenue by service and annual change - 2006
Table 4 - BSNL fixed-lines capacity and subscribers - 2000 - 2007
Table 5 - BSNL network statistics - May 2007
Table 6 - BSNL GSM mobile subscribers and annual change - 2002 - 2007
Table 7 - BSNL satellite-based service - 1999; 2001 - 2002; 2004; 2007
Table 8 - BSNL Internet nodes, subscribers, market share and annual change - 2006
Table 9 - BSNL public telephones, urban and villages - 1999 - 2007
Table 10 - Subscribers, annual change, percent prepaid and market share - 1998 - 2007
Table 11 - Total network usage in minutes and annual change - 1998 - 2006
Table 12 - Data subscribers and annual change - 2000 - 2007
Table 13 - SMS volume and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 14 - Operating revenue, annual change and ARPU - 1996 - 2006
Table 15 - Revenue by service and annual change - 2006
Table 16 - Network statistics - 2006
Table 17 - Overall subscriber base and annual change - 2006
Table 18 - Subscriber growth and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 19 - Little Smart* subscribers and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 20 - Broadband subscribers, annual change and market share - 2002 - 2007
Table 21 - Proportion of revenue by service and annual change - 2006
Table 22 - Network statistics
Table 23 - Broadband subscribers - 2004 - 2006
Table 24 - Business and Data Communications - 2004 - 2006
Table 25 - Operating results and annual change - 2006
Table 26 - Operating revenue and annual change - 1999 - 2006
Table 27 - Proportion of revenue by service - 2006
Table 28 - Local fixed-line subscribers, annual change and penetration rate - 2001 - 2006
Table 29 - Wireless local access subscribers and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 30 - Local fixed-line subscribers by type and annual change - 2006
Table 31 - Local voice usage in pulses and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 32 - Dial-up Internet subscribers and annual change - 2003 - 2005
Table 33 - Broadband Internet subscribers and annual change - 2001 - 2007
Table 34 - Domestic long-distance usage and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 35 - International outgoing usage and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 36 - Managed data DDN leased bandwidth and annual change - 2001 - 2004
Table 37 - Managed data FR leased bandwidth and annual change - 2001 - 2004
Table 38 - Managed data ATM leased bandwidth and annual change - 2001 - 2004
Table 39 - Leased 2Mb/s digital circuits and annual change - 2001 - 2004
Table 40 - Group operating revenue and annual change - 1993 - 2006
Table 41 - Group revenue by business segment and annual change - 2006
Table 42 - 2G mobile subscribers in Hong Kong, Australia, India, Israel, Sri Lanka - 1998 - 2004
Table 43 - 3G mobile subscribers - March 2007
Table 44 - 3G infrastructure CAPEX and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 45 - Orange 2G CDMA subscribers and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 46 - Hutchison 3G Australia subscribers and annual change - 2003 - 2007
Table 47 - HWL’s combined India 2G subscribers and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 48 -Partner Communications 2G subscribers, annual change & market share - 2000 - 2006
Table 49 - Japan: Internet, broadband, IP telephony & telecoms statistics - 2004 - 2006
Table 50 - NTT revenue and net profit - 2000 - 2007
Table 51 - NTT revenue by segment - 2004 - 2006
Table 52 - NTT subscribers and annual change - June 2007
Table 53 - Operating revenue - 2000 - 2007
Table 54 - NTT DoCoMo subscribers - September 2007
Table 55 - NTT DoCoMo operating revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 56 - NTT Data revenue - 1995 - 2007
Table 57 - KDDI revenue - 1996 - 2007
Table 58 - KDDI proportion of revenue by segment - 2004 - 2007
Table 59 - au subscribers by technology and market share - 1997 - 2007
Table 60 - TU-KA group overview - 1997 - 2007
Table 61 - ADSL and FttH subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 62 - Softbank revenue and operating profit - 1995 - 2006
Table 63 - Softbank proportion of revenue by segment and annual change - 2006
Table 64 - Softbank operational data: lines and subscribers - 2004 - 2006
Table 65 - Local exchange lines in service, annual change and market share - 2000 - 2006
Table 66 - Operating summary and annual change - 2006
Table 67 - Operating revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 68 - Proportion of revenue by business units and annual change - 2006
Table 69 - Proportion of telecom services revenue and annual change - 2006
Table 70 - Proportion of revenue by geographical region and annual change - 2006
Table 71 - Capital expenditure and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 72 - Operating revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2007
Table 73 - Proportion of revenue by service and annual change - March 2007
Table 74 - Enlarged operating revenue and annual change - 2003 - 2007
Table 75 - Enlarged operating revenue by operation and annual change - 2007
Table 76 - Active direct exchange lines, market share and penetration - 2001 - 2006
Table 77 - International telephone traffic, collection rates and market share - 1997 - 2007
Table 78 - SingTel Mobile subscriber growth, annual change and market share - 1997 - 2007
Table 79 - Dial-up Internet customers and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 80 - Broadband ADSL lines, annual change and market share - 2002 - 2007
Table 81 - StarHub mobile subscribers and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 82 - Revenue for year ending December and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 83 - Proportion of revenue by segment - 2006
Table 84 - StarHub Mobile subscribers and market share - 2000 - 2006
Table 85 - StarHub broadband subscriber lines and annual change - 2001 - 2006
Table 86 - IDD market share - 2000 - 2006
Table 87 - Fixed lines in use, annual change and penetration - 1999 - 2006
Table 88 - Mobile (Celcom) subscribers and annual change - 1999 - 2006
Table 89 - Mobile (Celcom) subscribers, prepaid, postpaid and annual change - 2006
Table 90 - TMNet Internet access lines and annual change - 1999 - 2006
Table 91 - TMNet broadband subscribers and annual change - 2002 - 2006
Table 92 - Operating revenue and annual change - 1997 - 2006
Table 93 - Proportion of revenue by service and annual change - 2006
Table 94 - Proportion of revenue by geographical region - 2006
Table 95 - Fixed-line network statistics and annual change - 2006
Table 96 - Fixed-line network access lines in use and annual change - 2006
Table 97 - Celcom mobile network statistics - 2006
Table 98 - Celcom subscribers and annual change - 2003 - 2006
Table 99 - Internet subscribers and annual change - 2006
Table 100 - Revenue and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 101 - Fixed lines installed and annual change - 2000 - 2005
Table 102 - VNPT fixed-line subscribers, annual change and teledensity - 2000 - 2006
Table 103 - Proportion of communes with access to telephones and annual change - 2000 - 2006
Table 104 - Mobifone subscribers and annual change - 1998 - 2007
Table 105 - VinaPhone subscribers and annual change - 1998 - 2007
Table 106 - Cityphone network capacity, base stations and subscribers - September 2005
Table 107 - VNN Internet subscribers, annual change and market share - 2000 - 2007

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