Top 10 Biggest Telcos in Asia

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Globally, and particularly in Asia, connectivity is more important than ever for a country's, corporation's, and individual's economic growth and development. Success in the ever-changing telecommunications business, where customers and competitors are on a worldwide scale, is a big and costly technical challenge, but the benefits are rich if the correct channel strategy and scalable ecosystem are built. Toplist showcases the top 10 telcos in Asia in this issue, highlighting their creativity and ability to stay relevant in today's ever-changing and highly competitive telecoms industry.

1 Thu Bui

Tata Communications

Tata Communications is a digital ecosystem facilitator that fuels the digital economy's rapid growth. The Company helps businesses around the world, including 300 of the Fortune 500, transform digitally, unlocking opportunities for them by enabling borderless growth, boosting product innovation and customer experience, improving productivity and efficiency, building agility, and managing risk.


Tata Communications drives the next level of intelligence powered by cloud, mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), collaboration, security, and network services with its solutions-oriented strategy, established managed service capabilities, and cutting-edge infrastructure.


Tata Communications connects businesses to 80 percent of the world's cloud giants and 4 out of 5 mobile users, carrying roughly 30% of the world's internet traffic.


The Company's capabilities are backed up by its worldwide network, which includes the world's biggest wholly-owned subsea fiber backbone and a Tier-1 IP network with connections to more than 190 countries and territories.


The Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange both list Tata Communications Limited. Tata Communications has contributed to India's rich internet heritage. Enterprise-enabled services have been critical to the country's adoption of digital services during the last 25 years. Connectivity is a vital fiber of economic sustenance, from use to transformation. With their unique promise of offering secure connected digital experiences, Tata Communications is committed to assisting Industry leaders in this New World of Communications™.


Founded: 1986
Country: India
Market Cap: $370.529 billion
Website: www.tatacommunications.com

Video: tatacomms's youtube channel
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2 Thu Bui

True Corporation

True Corp. is Thailand's only fully integrated telecoms and digital services provider, with mobile, broadband internet, television, content, and digital platform and products. Convergence proposals, which combine a diverse range of quality products with an unrivaled selection of communication services leveraging sophisticated technology, innovative solutions, and a wide range of digital media and content, are the Group's major competitive strengths. Its mission is to be the world's top digital infrastructure provider, fully connecting people, enterprises, economies, and society to create long-term value.


True Group aims to push Thailand's telecommunications infrastructure and digital services to the forefront of the international community by focusing on providing superior products and services to consumers, as well as expanding opportunities and channels for Thai people across the country to easily access news and information, and bridging the digital divide. The Group's ongoing commitment is to provide consumers with high-quality offerings by focusing on developing wired and wireless networks that use advanced technologies, service excellence, innovation, digital offerings, and solutions, high-quality international and local content, and an ideal combination of its various products through convergence propositions. True Group is ideally positioned to drive growth alongside consumers' expanding demands for telecoms and digital services as a result of these initiatives, which meet their wants and improve their engagement.


Founded: 1990

Country: Thailand

Market Cap: $150.716 billion

Website: www3.truecorp.co.th

Video: True Corporation's youtube channel
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3 Thu Bui

China Mobile

China Mobile Limited (the "Company" and its subsidiaries, the "Group") was incorporated in Hong Kong on September 3, 1997.


As China's leading telecommunications services provider, the Group provides full communications services in all 31 provinces, autonomous regions, and directly-administered municipalities on the mainland, as well as in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and is a world-class telecommunications operator with the world's largest network and customer base, as well as a leading position in profitability and market value ranking. The company's major businesses are mobile voice and data, wireline internet, and other information and communications services. As of December 31, 2020, the Group employed 454,332 people, with a total of 942 million mobile subscribers and 210 million wireline internet customers, with annual revenue of RMB768.1 billion.


The Company
was named to Forbes magazine's Global 2,000 World's Largest Public Companies list in 2020, as well as Fortune magazine's Fortune Global 500 list. In Millward Brown's BrandZTM Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2020, China Mobile was rated 36th.

Founded: 1997
Country: China
Market Cap: $122.46 Billion
Website: www.chinamobileltd.com
Video: China Mobile International Limited's youtube channel
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4 Thu Bui

Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp.

With a market valuation of $96 billion in 2019, Nippon Telegraph & Telephone (NTT) is one of Japan's leading telecommunications companies.

Nippon Telegraph & Telephone
is a Japanese telecommunications business. It sells telecommunications equipment and offers domestic intra-prefectural communication services such as fixed voice, IP, and packet communications. The company provides mobile voice, IP, and packet communications services, as well as system integration and network system services. Nippon is also involved in real estate, finance, and other industries.

The company's revenue is driven by fiber-optic connections and cloud computing services rather than bundle bundles. It also owns Japan's largest cellular operator, NTT DoCoMo, as well as a number of other phone companies.


Founded: 1985
Country: Japan
Market Cap: $96.8 billion
Website: group.ntt

Video: NTT official channel
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5 Thu Bui

SoftBank

Softbank is a Tokyo-based Japanese multinational holding company. It owns 80 percent of Sprint, a major telecom business in the United States. SoftBank also operates in fields like as broadband, fixed-line telecommunications, e-commerce, the internet, technology services, finance, media & marketing, semiconductor design, and others. The company is valued at $85 billion in 2019.


The company's founder and principal owner, Masayoshi Son, is well-known for his leadership. With 45.621 million members as of March 2021, SoftBank Corporation, the company's previous flagship and a spun-off affiliate, is Japan's third-largest wireless carrier.


In 2017, Forbes Global 2000 ranked SoftBank as the world's 36th largest public company, and Japan's second-largest publicly traded corporation behind Toyota. The flag of the Kaientai, a maritime trading firm founded by Sakamoto Ryma near the end of the Tokugawa shogunate in 1865, is the inspiration for SoftBank's logo.


Founded: 1981

Country: Japan

Market Cap: $93.63 Billion

Website: group.softbank

Video: SoftBank Group's youtube channel
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6 Thu Bui

KDDI Corp.

KDDI Corporation was established on October 1, 2000, when DDI Corp. (Daini-Denden Inc.), KDD (Kokusai Denshin Denwa) Corp., and KDD (Kokusai Denshin Denwa) Corp. merged. Its offices are in the Garden Air Tower in Iidabashi, Chiyoda, Tokyo.


KDDI uses the "au by KDDI" brand to deliver mobile cellular services. ISP network services are provided under the au one net name, whereas long-distance and international phone and data communications services, as well as Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services, are provided under the "au Hikari" brand. The brand name for ADSL broadband services is "ADSL One," and the brand name for IP telephony over copper is "Metal Plus."


In addition to cellular services, KDDI offers network, data center, cloud/SaaS, security, and IoT services in Japan and dozens of other countries around the world. There are other financial and payment services offered. KDDI provides services to both individuals and corporations.


Founded: 2000
Country: Japan
Market Cap: $70.3 billion
Website: www.kddi.com

Video: KDDIofficial's youtube channel
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Photo: ybox.vn
7 Thu Bui

SK Telecom

SK Telecom Co., Ltd. is a wireless telecommunications company based in South Korea. It is a subsidiary of the SK Group, one of the country's largest chaebols. It has a 50.5 percent market share in the local market as of 2008. With 27.019 million users as of Q4 2017, SK Telecom is South Korea's largest cellphone carrier.


The company has progressed from a first-generation analog cellular system to a second-generation CDMA system, and finally to the world's first third-generation synchronized IMT-2000 cellular system since its founding in 1984.


Nate, a web portal, June, a mobile multimedia service, Moneta, an e-banking mobile app, Nate Drive, a telematics service, and Digital Home, an online interface to remotely operate household equipment, are among the company's online brands.


They are ushering in a new level of convergence to bring exceptional value to clients, armed with cutting-edge ICT such as AI and 5G. They are committed to realizing the full potential of 5G through ground-breaking services that can improve people's lives, alter businesses, and contribute to a better society as the global 5G pioneer.


With over 30 million customers, they enjoy uncontested leadership in the Korean mobile sector, accounting for roughly half of the market. With 49 ICT subsidiaries and annual revenues of roughly KRW 18.6 trillion, the business presently has a total of 49 ICT subsidiaries.


Founded: 1984

Country: Korea

Market Cap: $58.487 billion

Website: ww.sktelecom.com

Video: SK telecom's youtube channel
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8 Thu Bui

Singtel

Singapore Telecommunications Limited, or Singtel, and stylized as SingTel, is a Singaporean telecommunications company and one of the country's four major telcos. With 4.1 million users, the firm is Singapore's largest mobile network provider, with a combined mobile subscriber base of 640 million people at the end of the financial year 2017. Telecommunications Equipment was the company's name until 1995. Singtel offers Internet service, IPTV (Singtel TV), mobile phone networks, and fixed-line telephony.


Singtel has actively grown outside of its home market, owning stakes in a number of regional carriers, including complete ownership of Optus, Australia's second-largest telecom, and 32.15 percent of Bharti Airtel, India's second-largest provider.


With 82 percent of the fixed-line market, 47 percent of the mobile market, and 43 percent of the broadband market in Singapore, Singtel has a considerable market share in both Australia and Singapore. Singtel is also the second-largest company on the Singapore Exchange by market capitalization[10] and is majority-owned by Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government's investment arm. Singtel's Singtel Innov8 subsidiary, which was created in 2011 with a S$200 million start-up capital, is an active investor in innovative firms.


Founded: 1879

Country: Singapore

Market Cap: $29.71 billion

Website: singtel.com

Video: Singtel's youtube channel
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Photo: singtel.com
9 Thu Bui

Telkomsel

Telkom Indonesia (65 percent) and Singtel (35 percent) hold PT Telekomunikasi Selular (business as Telkomsel), an Indonesian wireless network operator formed in 1995. (35 percent ). The company's headquarters are in South Jakarta. Working for Telkomsel allows you to make a real difference in Indonesia's development. More individuals now have an equal opportunity to flourish in different facets of life thanks to Telkomsel's digital access built all over Indonesia.


Telkomsel has worked hard to provide accessible telecommunication services to empower people's lives since the company's inception. The same attitude has driven us to continue inventing and creating new services to assist our consumers in their daily lives.


Telkomsel is constantly updating and improving the quality of its network infrastructure in order to provide the best and most comprehensive connectivity for all levels of society. People's needs for a digital lifestyle that grows over time are constantly being met through the development of comprehensive and innovative digital products and services. They also use cutting-edge technologies to motivate industry players to make the most of technology.


Telkomsel's success is due in part to the company's top talent. They give a variety of possibilities for their employees to develop and respond to difficulties in an increasingly dynamic environment.


Founded: 1995
Country: Indonesia
Market Cap: $28.421 billion
Website: www.telkomsel.com

Video: Telkomsel's youtube channel
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10 Thu Bui

Telekom Malaysia

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) is Malaysia's leading integrated telco and the country's national connectivity and digital infrastructure provider, providing a comprehensive suite of communication services and solutions in fixed (telephony and broadband), mobility, content, WiFi, ICT, Cloud, and smart services.TM is driven by stakeholder value generation in a highly competitive environment, with an emphasis on improving customer experience through continuous customer service quality improvements and innovations, as well as increasing operational efficiency and productivity.


TM has been at the vanguard of each telecommunication technology evolution in the country and will continue to be, the enabler of the nation's Digital Malaysia vision. It has the most extensive connectivity and convergence network in Malaysia's communications backbone. TM is committed to expanding its network with a comprehensive digital infrastructure as it moves beyond connectivity services into new value-added digital services, in order to serve a more digital lifestyle and society, digital businesses, and digital government – with the goal of making "Life and Business Easier, for a Better Malaysia."


Founded: 1984
Country: Malaysia
Market Cap: $21.51 billion
Website: www.tm.com.my

Video: TM Group's youtube channel
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