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Telstra Corporation Ltd (TTRAF.PK)

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Sun, Nov 27 2016

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Australia’s Telstra failing to plug earnings hole with myriad of investments

SYDNEY The ability of Australian telecoms company Telstra Corporation to offset the fall in its traditional revenue streams by diversifying into a range of technology and other businesses is in doubt.

BRIEF-Vita Group updates on deal with Telstra

* agreed changes to its commercial terms with strategic partner, Telstra

BRIEF-Telstra Corp issues outlook update

* "Estimate that migration associated with moving to NBN will be approximately 20 per cent of total receipts"

BRIEF-Technicolor chosen by Telstra to develop two new home gateways

* Telstra has chosen technicolor to develop two new home gateways designed to deliver improved broadband and wi-fi experiences for Telstra customers Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Telstra says expects to reduce net underlying core fixed costs by over $1 billion by FY21

* Telstra corporation ltd - telstra also reconfirmed its fy17 guidance

BRIEF-MNF Group secures mobile virtual network operator deal with Telstra Wholesale

* Secured a mobile virtual network operator (mvno) deal with Telstra Wholesale

BRIEF-Telstra updates shareholders on off-market share buy-back

* Market price for the buy-back tender has been determined to be $5.1482

UPDATE 1-Telstra reports 36 percent rise in FY net income

SYDNEY, Aug 11 Telstra Corporation Ltd, Australia's largest telecom company, on Thursday said it would reward shareholders with a A$1.5 billion ($1.2 billion) buyback and invest more in network upkeep as it posted a 36 percent rise in annual net profit.

Telstra reports 36 percent rise in FY net income

SYDNEY, Aug 11 Telstra Corporation Ltd, Australia's largest telecom company, on Thursday reported a 36 percent rise in full year net profit and announced an A$1.5 billion share buyback.

Australia's Telstra moves 326 call-centre jobs to Philippines

SYDNEY, July 8 Australia's largest telecoms company, Telstra Corp, said on Friday it will shift 326 call-centre sales and customer service jobs to the Philippines in line with what it said was a continuing effort to simplify business and remove duplication.

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