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M1 has announced ZΩH as its latest Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) partner. As a telecommunication service offering from enterprise network and ICT provider Lifeway Singapore, ZΩH will leverage M1’s advanced mobile network infrastructure to offer mobile services specifically to enterprise customers.

Read more: M1 Onboards ZΩH as New MVNO Partner

Singtel is doubling down on its efforts to build a future-ready workforce. The company, which employs 12,000 people in Singapore, announced that it will invest $20 million a year and create a new learning academy to further enhance its training efforts with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Union of Telecoms Employees of Singapore (UTES) regarding its Company Training Committee (CTC).

Read more: Singtel Commits $20 Million to Build Future-Ready Workforce Yearly

Singtel’s wholly-owned subsidiaries have entered into a share purchase agreement to sell a 3.3% direct stake in regional associate Airtel to Bharti Telecom, a joint venture between Bharti Enterprises and Singtel, at any time before November 23, 2022. The sale will unlock approximately S$2.25 billion as part of the Singtel Group’s capital recycling strategy.

Read more: Singtel to Divest 3.3% Stakes in Airtel for S$2.25 billion

Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M), in partnership with M1, has implemented a 5G augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) smart glasses solution at its yard in Singapore, the first in Southeast Asia’s maritime industry. The pilot project is part of Keppel O&M’s strategy to leverage digitalization and virtual technology to enhance the efficiency of remote operations for its tech-enabled workforce. The project received a grant from IMDA’s 5G Innovation Program for the development of virtual platform solutions.  

Read more: M1 Jointly Implements Southeast Asia’s First Maritime 5G AR/VR Smart Glasses

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