Telstra Corporation Ltd. (TLS)

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19 Oct 2021
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Telstra Corporation Ltd. News

  • ASX 200 Closes at All-Time Highs

    The ASX 200 traded at record highs on Thursday, adding 3.9 points or 0.05% to 7588.2 following gains of 0.38% in the previous session as investors weighed robust corporate earnings...

  • Australian Shares Push to Fresh Record Highs

    By Oliver - The S&P/ASX 200 marched higher on Thursday, adding 7.6 points or 0.1% to fresh record peaks and extending gains of 0.38% in the previous session amid...

Telstra Corporation Ltd. Analysis

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Telstra Corporation Ltd. Company Profile

Telstra Corporation Ltd. Company Profile

Telstra Corporation Limited provides telecommunications and information services to businesses, governments, and individuals in Australia and internationally. It operates in four segments: Telstra Consumer and Small Business, Telstra Enterprise, Networks and IT, and Telstra InfraCo. The company offers telecommunication products, services, and solutions across mobiles, fixed and mobile broadband, media, and digital content in prepaid and post-paid services, as well as operates call centers, Telstra shops, and the Telstra dealership network. It also provides network capacity and management, unified communications, cloud, industry solutions, integrated and monitoring services to government and large enterprise customers; builds and manages digital platforms; and provides telecommunication products and services to other carriers, carriage service providers, and internet service providers. In addition, the company operates the fixed passive network infrastructure, including data centers, exchanges, poles, ducts, pits and pipes, fiber network, and mobile towers; provides wholesale customers with access to network infrastructure; provides long-term access to components of infrastructure and network services under the infrastructure services agreement and commercial contracts; and designs and constructs fiber, exchanges, and other infrastructure. The company was formerly known as Australian and Overseas Telecommunications Corporation Limited and changed its name to Telstra Corporation Limited in April 1993. Telstra Corporation Limited was founded in 1901 and is based in Melbourne, Australia.

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      • Bryn Owencan you explain your logic? The t22 plan doesnt sound like directors asleep at the wheel. This plan on improving infrastructure, lowering costs and improving customer service sounds like a good plan to me. Infact sounds like theyre awake at the wheel or at least sounds like an effort to improve their market position
      • Eran Salih The T22 plan is just Andy's last ditch effort to improve the bottom line instead of actually improving their business. They're solely focused on "cost reduction" and not customer satisfaction. Take a look at customer reviews online. The support is dreadful. Their plan for this? Cutting 8,000 jobs and creating “an all-digital experience” using chat bots and messaging in place of actually providing customer support. Then you have his pay increase of 33% to a cool $5 mill while net earnings fell 40% in 2019. Not a big enough middle finger for you? Let’s slash dividends by a third just to top it off. Still think the board is doing a great job?
      • Bryn Owencost reduction is a big part of the business. Yes ive seen the fustomer reviews but find me a telco company that has positive reviews online. This entire t22 plan isnt only about cost reduction its also focused on improvijg customer sarisfaction.Also not sure what you mean by sividend cuts? Theyve been paying 0.16 per year /share for sometime now?It may look grim now but tbe stock price reflects this. I think anyone is in a good position to profit from telstra shaeres in the long term. They are undervalued right now.
    • Good right now, should buy to make easy profit!! 5G released
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        • 3.14
      • Up 8%! I'm much happier today Jan.
        • Question is when do you lock in the gain?
      • A great buy as 5g is on the way.
        • Telstra just isnu0027t competitive as a buisenes anymore. no unlimited internet. and other phone companies have just as good service now
          • Have you ever tried to make a call 20kms from the CBD on the Optus network? Nice little nostalgia trip for those who want to feel like they have stepped back in time to 1998.
        • Telstra is currently in a long term downtrend, with no turn around detected. Buy at own risk.
          • Its a great buy as per the current price. There dividend is best in the sector.
            • It might look like Telstra stocks are close to finding a base, but their performance since mid May 2017 has more greens. #Long 4 at least 6 months, no lacklustre selling for now!
              • Long hold for 2018
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