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Indosat Ooredoo and PT Hutchison 3 Indonesia have agreed to merge their complementary Indonesian businesses with a total transaction value of US$6 billion. The merged company will be the archipelago nation’s second-biggest and world-class telecom and Internet giant with over US$3 billion in revenues. Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison will have the financial and customer scale to invest even more into its network and deliver more value to customers and shareholders in Indonesia.
Canning Fok, Group Co-Managing Director of CK Hutchison, said: “With greater scale, expanded spectrum, and a more efficient cost structure, Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison will be better positioned to extend the rollout of its network and enhance service quality and speed.” Aziz Aluthman Fakhroo, Managing Director of Ooredoo Group, concluded: “This merged company will deliver significant value and benefits for all stakeholders including Indosat Ooredoo and Ooredoo Group shareholders, customers, employees and Indonesia.”
The combined company will be able to leverage the experience and expertise of CK Hutchison and Ooredoo Group in 5G and traditional networks, technologies, products and services to drive accelerated innovation across Indonesia’s digital economy. Both parties expressed gratitude for the sound policy environment that regulators and the Indonesian government have created for the telecom industry.
The star-studded celebrity event to launch 3 Hong Kong’s Passion beyond Imagination non-fungible token (NFT) art and 3’s rapidly expanding 5G network, were in the spotlight. Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings (HTHKH) has invested over HK$3 billion since 2019 to expand its mobile network and develop 5G. Many 3.5 GHz 5G ‘golden spectrum’ base stations have been deployed – more than any other provider in town – to the delight of customers enjoying super-high speed and ultra-low latency. In Hong Kong, there are more than 400 sales points in Fortress, PARKnSHOP, Watsons and 3 stores, plus online channels. Canning Fok, HTHKH Chairman and Group Co-Managing Director of CK Hutchison, said that by leveraging 3 Group’s global network in 12 markets, advanced technologies and services can easily be introduced to Hong Kong from other markets, making 3 Hong Kong the undisputed king of delivering 5G services in the city.
HUTCHMED is the new brand for the innovative biopharmaceutical business formerly known as Hutchison China MediTech. The company recently launched a successful listing on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (adding to its London AIM and Nasdaq presence), under the venerable stock code 13, which had been held by Hutchison Whampoa. It is now included in over 10 indexes including the Hang Seng Composite Index, the main board listing in Hong Kong, in addition to the Hang Seng Healthcare Index, and the Hang Seng Hong Kong-Listed Biotech Index. Mainland investors also have access to the stock through the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect and Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect programmes.
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Vanishing bee populations are a major problem for global agriculture. 3 Austria’s 5G network is a key part of a tech solution that puts beekeepers ‘inside’ their hives to solve problems for Man’s invaluable helpers.
Port of Felixstowe’s 5G plans not only put the power of massive dockside cranes in the delicate digits of desk-driving derrick directors, but also connect a legion of sensors to help train AI that could save Hutchison Ports millions of pounds in maintenance efficiency.
5G is a platform to build dreams on and 3 Hong Kong is helping dreamers to climb on board. It works with small businesses and the community to help them overcome COVID-19 challenges and to unite their artistic vision, with an eye on the stars.