Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co.NYSE
Mon, Nov. 21, 12:26 PM
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Tue, May 31, 3:09 PM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI) is up 12.9% today after news that it would acquire the telecom assets of conglomerate San Miguel Corp., along with Globe Telecom.
- The two are spending $1.5B to take over the assets in a 50/50 split. PLDT is putting in about $568M in equity and $185M in assumed debt.
- Synergies include higher call quality and faster Internet access across fixed and mobile networks.
- Today, San Miguel said the price was enough to cover costs of developing the telecom business. It's selling to the country's main telecom partners because "no foreign technical partners would like to come in," said the company's president, Ramon Ang.
Tue, May 31, 3:00 PM
Tue, May 3, 8:44 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): Q1 EPS of Ps.28.71
- Revenue of Ps.42.78B (+0.5% Y/Y)
Mon, Feb. 29, 12:55 PM
Mon, Feb. 29, 10:29 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI) is tumbling the most in seven years, -16.4%, after posting its first quarterly loss in more than 12 years.
- The company lost 3.27B pesos (about $69M) in Q4. For the full year, it drew 171.1B pesos in revenues and netted 26.6B pesos in income. Core income came to 22.1B pesos.
- 2015 revenue breakout: Service revenues, 162.9B pesos (down 1.2%); non-service, 8.17B pesos (up 38.7%).
- It's guiding to a decline in profits of 20% for 2016, to 28B pesos.
Mon, Feb. 29, 9:17 AM
Mon, Feb. 29, 8:45 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): FY'15 EPS of Ps.101.85.
- Revenue of Ps.171.1B (+0.2% Y/Y).
Nov. 23, 2015, 12:46 PM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI) will maintain record capex amid growing competition, including a possible market entry from Australia's Telstra (OTCPK:TLSYY), PLDT's chairman says.
- In an interview, Manuel Pangilinan says the company is again setting aside 43B pesos ($915M) for network improvement after a few years of declining profits and a drop of nearly 3M subscribers this year. He also took responsibility for the incumbent's slow response to competing apps allowing free Internet calling: “I don’t pretend to be a digital native."
- Competitor Globe Telecom (OTCPK:GTMEY) is putting pressure on with innovative partnerships, including teaming up with Cherry Mobile to increase smartphone usage among lower-income customers. Globe still trails PLDT in prepaid customers, 47.75M to 64.08M, but that gap is shrinking.
- Telstra is talking with San Miguel Corp. for a joint venture in the Philippines.
Nov. 4, 2015, 2:55 PM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI) ADRs are down 5.9% following earnings, where it showed a narrow beat on profits.
- Net income for the first nine months is still off 9% Y/Y, to 25.35B Philippine pesos. Core income dropped 5% over the same period.
- For the nine months, the company drew PHP 86.76B in wireless revenue (down 2%), and PHP 50.92B in fixed-line revenues (up 4%).
Nov. 4, 2015, 8:43 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): Q3 EPS of Ps. 30.52
- Revenue of Ps. 42.68B (+2.0% Y/Y)
May 6, 2015, 6:56 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): Q1 EPS of Ps 43.38
- Revenue of Ps 42.55B (-0.0% Y/Y)
Mar. 3, 2015, 6:27 AM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): Q4 EPS of Ps 40.89.
- Revenue of Ps 43.55B (-0.5% Y/Y).
Aug. 5, 2014, 6:57 PM
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone (NYSE:PHI): Q2 EPS of Ps46.54
- Revenue of Ps.42.8B (+1.8% Y/Y)
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