Changing the Game Staying Ahead

Singapore Telecommunications Limited 2009/2010 Summary Financial Report

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Financial Highlights Chairman’s Statement Summary Financial Statement Summary Directors’ Report

17 Summary Consolidated Income Statement 18 Summary Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income 19 Summary Statements of Financial Position

21 Selected Notes to the Summary Financial Statement 24 Shareholder Information 26 Shareholder Returns 27 SingTel Contact Points

15 Independent Auditors’ Report

SingTel is Asia’s leading communications group, providing a diverse range of innovative communications services including fixed, mobile, data, Internet, IT and TV.

cHAnGInG THe GAMe STAYInG AHeAD
Elegant in its simplicity, the tangram embodies a world of infinite ideas, like the limitless possibilities SingTel creates through innovation and technology. Its changing form echoes our reshaping of the market through myriad configurations of our ever-expanding suite of products and services. As a puzzle, the tangram poses the challenge of constructing a coherent structure from distinct pieces. Similarly, the Group brings together different associates in a way that generates synergies and economies of scale. The timeless tangram is a symbol of how SingTel is always changing the game and staying ahead.

underpinned by robust performance in the Singapore and Australia businesses and earnings recovery in Telkomsel.871m S$14. S$16. demonstrating strong execution. Overseas operations contributed 73% to proportionate EBITDA. partially offset by lower dividend from Telkomsel in respect of its lower 2008 earnings. Both Singapore and Australia operations recorded higher free cash flows in their respective currencies. Depreciation and Amortisation.2 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Financial Highlights OPERATING REVENUE UNDERLYING NET PROFIT (1) FREE CASH FLOW (2) +13% +13% +5% During the year.910m S$3.455m S$3.245m S$3.934m S$3. Group consolidated revenue rose 13%. Singapore and Optus revenues in local currency terms both rose 8%. proportionate information is provided as supplemental data to show the relative contribution from the different markets that the Group operates in .406m FY08/09 FY09/10 FY08/09 FY09/10 FY08/09 FY09/10 PROPORTIONATE EBITDA (3) The Group has a diversified earnings base as a result of its investments in large emerging markets. Free cash flow for the year rose 5% to S$3. As the associates are not consolidated on a line-by-line basis.4 billion. Singapore Australia 27% 30% Regional Mobile 42% Others 1% Notes: (1) Underlying net profit refers to net profit before exceptional items (2) Free cash flow refers to cash flow from operating activities less capital expenditure (3) Based on proportionate Earnings Before Interest. helped by the stronger Australian dollar. Underlying net profit rose 13%. Tax.

• Mobile continued its growth momentum.958m S$5. and popularity of its ‘yes’ Timeless unlimited plans. The Group’s share of pre-tax profit from Telkomsel grew a strong 33% to S$940 million. Managed Services revenue posted a solid 17% growth as SingTel extended its lead in the international IP VPN market. . wireless broadband.321m A$8. driven by growth in customer base and minutes of use amid a more stable albeit competitive environment. Operating revenue grew 7% on strong customer growth partly offset by ARPU dilution due to intense competition in India. Revenue for the year fell 3% as Optus continues to exit unprofitable resale fixed-line services.995m S$5. with revenue surging 13% on strong demand for smartphones. • In Consumer and Small and Medium Business fixed-line. • IT & Engineering revenue grew significantly by 32% with a robust performance from NCS Group. • Bharti continued to lead the Indian mobile market. The Group’s share of Bharti’s pre-tax profit grew 12% to S$978 million. Operating revenue recorded a strong rebound. • Business and Wholesale Fixed revenue rose 2% as business voice declined and data usage moderated with cautious corporate spending. Optus remained focused on delivering profitable on-net growth.547m A$8. and boosted by first time recognition of fibre rollout revenue.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 3 SINGAPORE AUSTRALIA REGIONAL +8% +8% +17% SINGAPORE REVENUE OPTUS REVENUE SHARE OF REGIONAL mOBILE ASSOCIATES PRE-TAx PROFIT S$2.291m S$1.949m FY08/09 FY09/10 FY08/09 FY09/10 FY08/09 FY09/10 • Mobile outperformed the market. • Data & Internet revenue rose 3% on cautious corporate telecom spending. • Telkomsel is the clear market leader in Indonesia. as revenue rose 8% on strong customer growth and increased data usage.

I am pleased that the SingTel Group met and exceeded many of its financial and business targets set at the beginning of the financial year. Together with the interim dividend of 6. The Board has recommended a final ordinary dividend of 8.26 billion. Chumpol Nalamlieng Chairman The Board has recommended a final ordinary dividend of 8. Presently. Intensifying competition in our core carriage business makes it more urgent for us to transform and differentiate our products and services and customer service experience.91 billion.2 cents per share. In addition.0 cents per share. economic.2 per cent of revenue compared to 38 per cent back in 1999. 1: Based on market capitalisation as at 31 March 2010 . more than 70 per cent of proportionate EBITDA is derived from outside of Singapore and international telephony services now account for just 4.87 billion. assisted by various governments’ counter recession and stimulus measures. the Group is delivering a 14 per cent increase in total dividends to S$2. emerged from the global financial crisis. Today. The liberalisation has accelerated the Group’s need to diversify and grow new revenues and geographies.4 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Chairman’s Statement Dear Shareholders 2009 marked the year during which the global economy. the Group similarly stands Anticipating change We are entering the tenth year of full liberalisation of the Singapore telecommunications industry. with revenue growing at the same rate to S$16. the Group is delivering a 14 per cent increase in total dividends to S$2.0 cents per share. our mobile services are present in eight markets with access to 293 million mobile customers. at the threshold of major technological.26 billion.2 cents per share. Underlying net profit increased 13 per cent to S$3. The Group now ranks among the Top 15 global telecommunications companies 1. and we have a network of 37 overseas offices to serve the communications needs of our corporate customers. regulatory and industry changes. Together with the interim dividend of 6. Asia led the economic recovery and the telecommunications market continued to grow.

In Singapore. the Group has planned a regional trial of Long Term Evolution technology across Singapore. We have also been stepping up our network investments in regional Australia to enhance mobile and data capacity and distribution capabilities. In fact.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 5 We are moving fast to be ahead. we are a strong advocate of the Government’s vision for the National Broadband Network to reshape the fixedline telecoms sector to deliver significant benefits for the community. Making the right moves. will bring ultra high-speed network access to homes and businesses and will attract many more new retail service providers. Indonesia and the Philippines. the Next Generation National Broadband Network. In Australia. we believe we are well positioned to capture the growth potential from successful adoption of fibre services in Singapore. Richer applications and services will be delivered over mobile networks. which starts commercial operations this year. for many regional and rural customers in the developing markets. Customers are increasingly engaged with their smartphones and Internet devices to perform functions for work and leisure anywhere. Australia. Besides enhancing our network capabilities. we are also leveraging the Group’s scale to develop new applications. To meet the explosive demand for mobile data. We have been transforming our businesses. Optus launches its newest state-of-the-art satellite – Optus D3 . services and products across the region to give our customers faster access to the widest range of multimedia communications service offerings. anytime. leveraging our scale Our regional associates are facing increased competition as their markets open up to more service providers. We aim to lead and to shape the communications landscape. Structurally and operationally. people and processes to prepare for change. A similar sea change is taking place in the mobile arena. they will be accessing the Internet for the first time through their mobile phones.

we recognise our responsibility to the communities around us. The global economy is forecast to resume growth in 2010. with the economies of Singapore. Chumpol NaLamlieng Chairman . I would also like to express my appreciation to my fellow Board members. But we will continue to exercise financial discipline to remain nimble and manage costs by investing and increasing automation across our operations and outsourcing as appropriate to drive procurement synergies and raise productivity. Optus and our regional associates continue to contribute and raise funds for charities and victims of natural disasters. We continue to invest in our people – to harness their capabilities and talent – to drive innovation and achieve our vision of becoming Asia’s leading communications provider. We are fostering a culture where our people embrace the “can do” challenger spirit to do things differently. partners and employees. Australia and the region expected to improve. for their invaluable contributions and services as Board members over the years. supports and absorbs innovations from the external Infocomm Technology and multimedia ecosystems. the management and union for their support. We are also bringing iconic sports content like the Barclays Premier League and ESPN Star Sports to our Singapore viewers via interactive and engaging media on multiple platforms. and support social causes in countries where we operate. Strengthening our capabilities by innovating We are strengthening our capabilities in content and applications and this allows us to beat the competition. We continue to invest in our people – to harness their capabilities and talent – to drive innovation and achieve our vision of becoming Asia’s leading communications provider. Acknowledging our supporters We are committed to the highest standards of corporate governance in our dealings with all our stakeholders. We would like to thank them for supporting the Group in all our endeavours in the past year. Our consumer customers enjoy hyperlocal information.6 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Chairman’s Statement We are moving fast to be ahead. I would like to thank Messrs Heng Swee Keat. music content and downloads and high-definition TV. who will be retiring from the Board at the conclusion of the coming Annual General Meeting. Our corporate clients are now able to benefit from cloud computing and managed services. it is also imperative that we develop a culture that readily encourages. Besides executing on in-house ideas. Showing our support Even as we change the game and lead the competition. We aim to lead and to shape the communications landscape. SingTel. In particular. John Powell Morschel and Deepak S Parekh.

It does not contain sufficient information to allow for a full understanding of the results of the Group and the state of affairs of the Company and the Group. There has been no significant change in the nature of the principal activities during the year. The principal activities of the Company’s significant subsidiaries consist of Data communications services. D IR E CTO R S The Directors of the Company (or “SingTel”) in office at the date of this report are Chumpol NaLamlieng (Chairman) Chua Sock Koong (Group Chief Executive Officer) Graham John Bradley AM* Fang Ai Lian Heng Swee Keat Dominic Chiu Fai Ho Simon Israel John Powell Morschel Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala Ong Peng Tsin (appointed on 1 June 2009) Deepak S Parekh Nicky Tan Ng Kuang * Member of the Order of Australia 2. Shareholders may request a copy of the Annual Report at no additional cost by notifying the Company by 6 July 2010. the full financial statements. and Value added network and computer network services. the Independent Auditors’ Report and the Directors’ Report in the Annual Report should be consulted. Summary Directors’ Report 1. Provision of pay television services. PR INC IPA L ACTI VI TI E S The Company is principally engaged in the operation and provision of telecommunication systems and services.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 7 Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 ImPORTANT NOTE The Summary Financial Statement as set out on pages 7 to 23 contains only a summary of the information in the Directors’ Report and financial statements of the Company’s Annual Report. For further information. and investment holding. Provision of information technology services. Provision of mobile phone services. Provision of telecommunications and internet services. Investment holding. Sale and maintenance of telecommunications equipment. .

000 13.360 - 1.933 1.930 1.000 - - 2.000 150. or debentures of.513 40.584.820 55.780 148. if later At 31 March 2010 At 31 March 2010 Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Ordinary shares) Chumpol NaLamlieng Chua Sock Koong Graham John Bradley AM Fang Ai Lian Heng Swee Keat Dominic Chiu Fai Ho Simon Israel John Powell Morschel Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala Ong Peng Tsin Deepak S Parekh Nicky Tan Ng Kuang (Options to purchase ordinary shares) Chua Sock Koong Singapore Airlines Limited (Ordinary shares) Chua Sock Koong Simon Israel 199.359.360 (3) (1) 16.000 - - . if later Holdings in which Director is deemed to have an interest At 1 April 2009 or date of appointment.000 2.780 250.000 91. D IR E CTO R S’ I N TE R E S TS I N S H A R E S A N D D E BE NTURE S The interests of the Directors holding office at the end of the financial year in the share capital of the Company and related corporations according to the register of Directors’ shareholdings kept by the Company under Section 164 of the Singapore Companies Act were as follows Holdings registered in the name of Director or nominee At 1 April 2009 or date of appointment.757 40.000 9.330 179. except for share options granted under the Singapore Telecom Share Option Scheme 1999 (“1999 Scheme”). and performance shares granted under the SingTel Performance Share Plan (“Share Plan 2004”).330 179. 4.000 9.950 8.000 20.000 40.8 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 3.000 91.000 (5) 1.500 2.450. the Company or any other body corporate.500 2.940.000 (4) 150. AR R AN G E mE N TS TO E N A B LE DI R E CTO RS TO AC Q UIRE BE NE FITS BY m E ANS O F THE AC Q UIS ITION O F SHAR E S A N D DE B E N TU R E S Neither at the end of nor at any time during the financial year was the Company a party to any arrangement whose object is to enable the Directors of the Company to acquire benefits by means of the acquisition of shares in.820 55.859.930 1.000 199.278.000 (2) 1.

Between the end of the financial year and 21 April 2010.522. subject to certain performance criteria being met and other terms and conditions.125. D IR E CTORS ’ CO N TR ACTU A L B E N E F I TS Since the end of the previous financial year.000 - - - 37.000 50.000 Singapore Technologies Engineering Limited (Ordinary shares) Fang Ai Lian StarHub Ltd (Ordinary shares) Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala 600. (5) At an exercise price of S$1. D IR E CTO R S ’ I N TE R E S TS I N S H A R E S AND D E BE NTURE S (cont’d) Holdings registered in the name of Director or nominee At 1 April 2009 or date of appointment.381.000 ordinary shares in SingTel for the benefit of eligible employees in the Group. 5. the trustee of a trust established for the purposes of the Share Plan 2004 for the benefit of eligible employees of the Group.12 per share (1 April 2009: between S$1. a company wholly-owned by Graham John Bradley AM and spouse.094 ordinary shares in SingTel held by RBC Dexia Trust Services Singapore Limited.706.719 ordinary shares in SingTel awarded to Ms Chua pursuant to the Share Plan 2004. (2) Held by Daphino Pty Limited. and (c) an aggregate of up to 3. or with a company in which he has a substantial financial interest except as disclosed in the notes to the financial statements and in this report. .859.137 ordinary shares held by Ms Chua’s spouse. Chua Sock Koong’s deemed interest increased to 15. (b) 28.000 - - 50. Except as disclosed above. (4) Held by Deepak S Parekh and spouse.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 9 Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 4. if later Holdings in which Director is deemed to have an interest At 1 April 2009 or date of appointment. (3) Held by spouse.000 - - Notes: (1) Chua Sock Koong’s deemed interest of 13. no Director has received or become entitled to receive a benefit by reason of a contract made by the Company or a related corporation with the Director or with a firm of which he is a member. if later At 31 March 2010 At 31 March 2010 SP AusNet (stapled securities comprising one share in each of SP Australia Networks (Transmission) Ltd and SP Australia Networks (Distribution) Ltd and a unit in SP Australia Networks (Finance) Trust) Nicky Tan Ng Kuang 900.85 per share). there were no changes to any of the above-mentioned interests between the end of the financial year and 21 April 2010.950 shares due to the acquisition by RBC Dexia Trust Services Singapore Limited of an additional 1.41 and S$2.950 shares included (a) 10.41 and S$2.

880 2.61 S$1.06.85 S$2.093) 1. by virtue of such holdings.08.09 S$2. and options outstanding at the end of the financial year under the 1999 Scheme.11.12 30.11.1 Sh a re O pti ons 1999 Scheme Options granted pursuant to the 1999 Scheme are in respect of ordinary shares in SingTel.979 (5.05.257) (727) (47) (118) (201) (1.00 to 09.85 09.02 to 16.00 to 09.01 to 09.11.11.05.05.009) (1.327 1.773 6.01 17.10 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 6.08.02 to 29.06.11.10 30. and Deepak S Parekh.495 The options under the 1999 Scheme do not entitle the holders of the options.00 10.11. At the date of this report.03 to 30.06.391) (1. .01 31.09 09.01 30.713 5.01 to 09.11 16.093) 12.11 30.55 S$1.02 to 01.06.00 10.06.794 17.11 29.05.06.736 2.05. John Powell Morschel.11 01.99 10.05.05. SHAR E O PT I O N S A N D P E R FO R m A N CE S HARE S The Compensation Committee is responsible for administering the share option and performance share plans.135 30 47 3.02 31.629 11.12 S$1.02 to 30.12 S$1. to any right to participate in any share issue of any other company.11.06.03 to 30.395 (1. 6.56 S$1.05.045 For Group Chief Executive Officer (Chua Sock Koong) 09.11. Options exercised and cancelled during the financial year.01 02.11.75 S$1.450 Total 18. the members of the Compensation Committee are Chumpol NaLamlieng (Chairman of the Compensation Committee).06.584 (134) (134) - 750 700 1.12 S$2.10 S$2. Heng Swee Keat.08.99 10.06.376 2. were as follows Balance as at 1 April 2009 (’000) Balance options as at cancelled 31 March 2010 (’000) (’000) Date of grant exercise period exercise price options exercised (’000) market Price Share Options For staff and senior management 09.553) (759) (30) (942) (964) (5.41 134 750 700 1.41 1.02 31.05.

450 No options were granted to the Directors during the financial year ended 31 March 2010. This plan gives the flexibility to either allot and issue and deliver new SingTel shares or purchase and deliver existing SingTel shares upon the vesting of awards.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 11 Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 6.1 Sh a re O p t i o ns (cont’d) Details of the Directors’ share options are set out in the following table Aggregate options Granted since commencement of scheme to 31 March 2010 (’000) exercised since commencement of scheme to 31 March 2010 (’000) outstanding as at 31 March 2010 (’000) 1999 Scheme Chumpol NaLamlieng Chua Sock Koong Graham John Bradley AM Fang Ai Lian Heng Swee Keat Dominic Chiu Fai Ho Simon Israel John Powell Morschel Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala Ong Peng Tsin Deepak S Parekh Nicky Tan Ng Kuang 60 4. No option has been granted to controlling shareholders of the Company or their associates.450 1. The existing options granted will continue to vest according to the terms and conditions of the 1999 Scheme and the respective grants. 6. This plan only allows the purchase and delivery of existing SingTel shares to participants upon the vesting of the awards. SingTel implemented the Share Plan 2003 in June 2003 and granted awards to selected employees of the Group under this plan. options in respect of an aggregate of 273. . The 1999 Scheme was suspended with the implementation of the SingTel Executives’ Performance Share Plan (“Share Plan 2003”) following a review of the remuneration policy across the Group in 2003. From the commencement of the 1999 Scheme to 31 March 2010.889 (60) (3.767.259) (60) (60) (3.2 Per fo r m ance S h are s Following the review of the remuneration policy across the Group. and there are no participants who have received five per cent or more of the total number of options available under the 1999 Scheme. The Share Plan 2004 was implemented with the approval of shareholders at the Extraordinary General Meeting held on 29 August 2003.709 60 60 4. Hence no option has been granted since then.439) 1.350 ordinary shares in the Company have been granted to Directors and employees of the Company and its subsidiaries.

07 592 04.12 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 6. were as follows Balance as at 1 April 2009 (’000) Share awards granted (’000) Share awards vested (’000) Share awards cancelled (’000) Balance as at 31 March 2010 (’000) Date of grant Performance shares (General Awards) For staff and senior management 25.09.08 04.11.08 01.07 29.02.851) 13.173 (24.07.05.786.548.09 03.06 470 29. Performance share awards granted.263 Sub-total 55.08 02. The number of SingTel shares to be allocated to each participant or category of participants will be determined at the end of the performance period based on the level of attainment of the performance targets.078 For Group Chief Executive Officer (Chua Sock Koong) 25.07 03.09.07 27. The performance period for the awards granted is three years. or combinations thereof.072 20.259) (19) (38) (24.183 shares have been granted under the Share Plan 2003 and Share Plan 2004 respectively.08 671 03.05.056 115 893 103 20.185 49.996 177 21.05.09 25.164 10 99 98 12.09 1.775 shares and 167.818 20 30 40 14.07 28.763) (23) (23) (3.316) (1.08.06.12. and share awards outstanding at the end of the financial year.11.06.09 02.03.03.06 02. From the commencement of the performance share plans to 31 March 2010.05. provided that certain prescribed performance targets are met within a prescribed performance period.733 922 922 22.559) (1) (30) (2) (861) (10) (594) (32) (762) (3.06.234 177 47.08 02. awards comprising an aggregate of 38. the equivalent in cash.650 115 925 103 54. vested and cancelled during the financial year.095 (447) (447) (24.06 28.2 Per fo r m a n ce S hare s (cont’d) Participants will receive fully paid SingTel shares free of charge.303 99 98 12.06 24.09.874) 592 671 922 2.805 .

290 2.06.618 04. represents five per cent or more of the aggregate of (i) (ii) the total number of new shares available under the Share Plan 2004 and the 1999 Scheme collectively.183 Sub-total Total 6.09 1.07 440 04.05.290 (1.657) (1. 7.621 03.743) (131) (4.290 5.2 Per fo r m ance S h are s (cont’d) Balance as at 1 April 2009 (’000) Share awards granted (’000) Share awards vested (’000) Share awards cancelled (’000) Balance as at 31 March 2010 (’000) Date of grant Performance shares (Senior management Awards) For senior management 25.534 1.216 2. awards in respect of an aggregate of 26. As at 31 March 2010.09 4.06.014 (323) (323) (1.919 25.657 29. The awards under Share Plan 2004 were satisfied in part by the delivery of existing shares purchased from the market and in part by the payment of cash in lieu of delivery of shares. all of whom are non-executive and independent Fang Ai Lian (Chairman of the Audit Committee) Graham John Bradley AM Dominic Chiu Fai Ho Kaikhushru Shiavax Nargolwala .SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 13 Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 6.06.05. and the total number of existing shares purchased for delivery of awards released under the Share Plan 2004.574 2.005) 440 453 629 1.124 shares granted under the Share Plan 2004 were vested. no participant has been granted options under the 1999 Scheme and/or received shares pursuant to the vesting of awards granted under the Share Plan 2004 which.06.07 1.896 For Group Chief Executive Officer (Chua Sock Koong) 25.05.112 61.06 323 29.917 During the financial year.657) (84) (47) (131) 1.980) (26.05.08 453 03. AU D IT C O m m I TTE E At the date of this report. the Audit Committee comprises the following members. in aggregate. as permitted under the Share Plan 2004.522 6.920 56.398 629 629 2.743.06 1.08 1.

or render any item in the financial statements of the Group and Company for the current financial year misleading. U N U SU AL ITE m S DU R I N G A N D A F TE R THE FINANC IAL YE AR In the opinion of the Directors. The Summary Financial Statement set out on pages 7 to 23 was approved by the Board of Directors on 12 May 2010 and was signed on its behalf by - Chumpol NaLamlieng Chairman Chua Sock Koong Director Singapore. transaction or event of a material and unusual nature has arisen during the financial year or in the interval between the end of the financial year and the date of this report which would substantially affect the results of the operations of the Group for the financial year in which this report is made.14 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 8. no item. and/or affect the ability of the Group and the Company in meeting the obligations as and when they fall due. except as disclosed in the notes to the full financial statements. 12 May 2010 .

This responsibility includes: devising and maintaining a system of internal accounting controls sufficient to provide a reasonable assurance that assets are safeguarded against loss from unauthorised use or disposition. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. and transactions are properly authorised and that they are recorded as necessary to permit the preparation of true and fair income statement and balance sheets and to maintain accountability of assets. the Summary Financial Statement should be read in conjunction with the full financial statements and our audit report thereon. but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. mANAG E mE NT ’ S R E S P O N S I B I LI TY FO R TH E FINANC IAL STATE m E NTS Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with the provisions of the Singapore Companies Act. including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements. We conducted our audit in accordance with Singapore Standards on Auditing. In our opinion. as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. statement of changes in equity and statement of cash flows of the Group and the statement of changes in equity of the Company for the year then ended. Cap. In making those risk assessments. as set out on pages 87 to 190. Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. the income statement. For a better understanding of the state of affairs of the Company and of the Group as at 31 March 2010 and of the results of the Group for the financial year ended on that date and of the scope of our audit. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. applicable to a Summary Financial Statement.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 15 Independent Auditors’ Report To the members of Singapore Telecommunications Limited For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 We have examined the Summary Financial Statement set out on pages 7 to 23. . and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory notes. We have issued an unqualified audit report dated 12 May 2010 on the full financial statements of Singapore Telecommunications Limited and its subsidiaries for the year ended 31 March 2010. statement of comprehensive income. the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances. which is as follows - “Independent Auditors’ Report To the members of Singapore Telecommunications Limited For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (the Company) and its subsidiaries (the Group) which comprise the statements of financial position of the Group and the Company as at 31 March 2010. whether due to fraud or error. Chapter 50 and the regulations made thereunder. selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies. the Summary Financial Statement is consistent in all material aspects with the full financial statements and Directors’ Report of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (the Company) and its subsidiaries (the Group) for the year ended 31 March 2010 from which they were derived and complies with the requirements of Section 203A of the Singapore Companies Act. and making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances. 50 (the “Act”) and Singapore Financial Reporting Standards. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgement. AU D ITOR S’ R E S P O N S I B I LI TY Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.

12 May 2010 Note: 1. . and the accounting and other records required by the Act to be kept by the Company and by those subsidiaries incorporated in Singapore of which we are the auditors have been properly kept in accordance with the provisions of the Act. (a) the consolidated financial statements of the Group and the statement of financial position and statement of changes in equity of the Company are properly drawn up in accordance with the provisions of the Act and Singapore Financial Reporting Standards so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Group and of the Company as at 31 March 2010 and of the results. The page numbers are as stated in the Independent Auditors’ Report dated 12 May 2010 included in Singapore Telecommunications Limited’s full financial statements for the financial year ended 31 March 2010. changes in equity and cash flows of the Group and changes in equity of the Company for the year ended on that date.16 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Independent Auditors’ Report To the members of Singapore Telecommunications Limited For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 OPI N ION In our opinion.” (b) Deloitte & Touche LLP Public Accountants and Certified Public Accountants Singapore.

2 Depreciation and amortisation Exceptional items Profit on operating activities Share of results of associated and joint venture companies Profit before interest.973.6 14.906.449.2 Earnings per share attributable to shareholders of the Company .501.67 21.7) 3.7 4.9) 4.7) 2.595.906.870.5) 3.0) 4.3 1.462.4) (325.5 3.2 (1.basic (cents) .448.0) 94.55 24.4 0.1 4.3 (0.8 3.8 1.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 17 Summary Consolidated Income Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil Operating revenue Operating expenses Other income 16.3) 92.60 .4 (8.7 (497.9 48.5 (360.7 2.431.946.796.8) 3.9 (12.1 4.846.46 21.732.258.1 (594.6) 3.4 (10.907.878.934.7) (235.449.862.1 4.119.835.5 3. investment income (net) and tax Interest and investment income (net) Finance costs Profit before tax Tax expense Profit after tax Attributable to Shareholders of the Company Minority interests (1.diluted (cents) 24.

9 82.1) 87.4) 20.2) 327.1 1.2) (115.126.Fair value loss transferred to income statement Share of other comprehensive income of associated and joint venture companies Other comprehensive income / (loss).Currency translation differences transferred to income statement upon capital reduction of subsidiary .4 4.9) 0.8) 48.420.8 (1.2 1.9 (340.906.1) 1.7) 370.3 (570.8 (322.791.492.Fair value changes during the year .2) (83.8) 5.4 (0.493.874. net of tax Total comprehensive income Attributable to Shareholders of the Company Minority interests 21.7 (43.2) 1.Currency translation differences transferred to income statement upon disposal of joint venture company Cash flow hedges .4) 503.1 (274.5 60.9 (115.Tax effects Available-for-sale investments .0 .Currency translation differences during the year .5) 587.449.6 (1.0 .7 (482.6 1.956.2 0.5 3.8 1.5 52.6 (1.Fair value changes during the year .18 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil Profit after tax Other comprehensive income/ (loss): Exchange differences arising from translation of foreign operations and other currency translation differences .493.7 (84.Fair value changes transferred to income statement .6 5.Tax effects 3.220.127.126.2) 12.1 5.080.Currency translation differences transferred to income statement upon repayment of loan by subsidiary .

8 2.3 123.951. plant and equipment Intangible assets Subsidiaries Associated companies Joint venture companies Available-for-sale investments Derivative financial instruments Deferred tax assets Other non-current receivables 10.5 12.3 9.200.7 34.2 6.228.7 16.807.7 158.8 17.267.144.7 11.2 1.7 221.3 104.9 236.5 12.6 1.4 44.798.267.2 5.132.085.891.5 35.2 278.1 182.4 6.793.4 1.452.122.6 201.144.999.8 151.9 24.9 300.968.3 12.1 2.3 806.0 2.4 Non-current assets Property.3 1.5 16.989.8 10.4 669.8 345.4 2.8 5.427.6 10.729.254.7 14.5 173.027.4 333.6 461.818.4 147.130.834.6 214.513.0 1.1 1.9 29.6 890.7 1.9 1.414.5 1.613.4 1.364.7 255.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 19 Summary Statements of Financial Position As at 31 March 2010 Group 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil 2010 S$ Mil company 2009 S$ Mil Current assets Cash and cash equivalents Trade and other receivables Financial assets at fair value through profit or loss Derivative financial instruments Inventories 1.2 37.5 9.102.3 7.8 3.6 .942.8 340.750.1 12.8 1.461.172.8 3.6 32.3 461.531.9 338.3 3.5 16.7 29.076.1 Total assets Current liabilities Trade and other payables Provision Current tax liabilities Borrowings (unsecured) Borrowings (secured) Derivative financial instruments 4.9 1.9 10.2 10.1 14.3 24.1 31.649.359.1 33.6 3.0 14.7 24.8 175.4 3.

2 628.2 5.2 563.3 3.223.3 9.6 29.5 2.500.444.6 17.2 24.0 12.8 504.8 .7 9.8 23.2 23.8 5.8 10.9 12.5 2.8 155.616.870.7 7.7 14.353.1 20.4 941.651.9 152.216.2 157.8 8.616.0 20.641.8 9.641.9 182.4 20.876.8 Total liabilities Net assets Share capital and reserves Share capital Reserves Equity attributable to shareholders of the Company Minority interests Total equity 3 2.2 307.9 7.555.327.8 186.492.641.8 9.605.754.500.3 8.8 355.605.7 6.516.555.0 6.8 4.1 8.2 23.600.809.9 23.555.6 6.588.1 157.1 294.1 7.047.950.516.5 34.5 13.435.7 532.20 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Summary Statements of Financial Position As at 31 March 2010 Group 2010 note S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil 2010 S$ Mil company 2009 S$ Mil Non-current liabilities Borrowings (unsecured) Borrowings (secured) Advance billings Deferred income Derivative financial instruments Deferred tax liabilities Other non-current liabilities 5.025.7 899.476.6 2.5 23.3 20.3 6.

FRS 1 .019 (2009: 3. was S$6. The performance share expense for the Director computed in accordance with FRS 102. bonus.9 million (2009: S$5.2 9.063) ordinary shares of SingTel pursuant to Share Plan 2004 during the year.2 14. was S$2. annual wage supplement. The statement of changes in equity includes only details of transactions with owners. with details of all non-owner changes in equity presented in the statement of comprehensive income. Share-based Payment. K E Y m AN AG E m E N T P E R S O N N E L CO mP E NSATIO N Group 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil Key management personnel compensation (1) Directors’ fees and remuneration (2) Other key management personnel remuneration (3) 6.7 million). introduces a new statement of comprehensive income which requires the separate disclosure of owner and non-owner changes in equity. Share-based Payment.551.4 Notes: (1) Comprised base salary.5 18. subject to certain performance criteria including other terms and conditions being met. contributions to defined contribution plans and other cash benefits and does not include performance share expense. The adoption of the new or revised Financial Reporting Standards (“FRS”) and Interpretations to FRS which are mandatory from 1 April 2009 did not result in substantial changes to the Group’s accounting policies. . 2.464) ordinary shares of SingTel pursuant to Share Plan 2004 during the year.738 (2009: 1. The performance share expense for other key management computed in accordance with FRS 102.6 5.953. (2) The Director was awarded up to 1. (3) The other key management personnel were awarded up to 3.1 million). The other key management personnel of the Group comprise members of SingTel’s Management Committee.123.1 12.004.Presentation of Financial Statements (Revised).6 million (2009: S$1.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 21 Selected Notes to the Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 1. B ASIS OF P R E PA R ATI O N The Group has applied the same accounting policies which are consistent with those used in the previous financial year. subject to certain performance criteria including other terms and conditions being met.

27 billion in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2010 for approval at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting.2 cents (2009: 5. a final one-tier exempt ordinary dividend of 6. which will be accounted for in the shareholders’ equity as an appropriation of ‘Retained Earnings’ in the next financial year ending 31 March 2011.6 4.4 987.084.9 cents (2009: 6.605.1 1.0 cents per share totalling approximately S$1.0 15.6 cents) (one-tier tax exempt) per share.9 2. D IV ID E ND S Group 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil 2010 S$ Mil company 2009 S$ Mil Final dividend of 6.989.097.098.2 cents per share was paid in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2010.6 10. .926.8 6.8 987.605.0 891.920.22 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Selected Notes to the Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 3. SHAR E CAP I TA L 2010 number of shares Group and company Mil Share capital S$ Mil number of shares Mil 2009 Share capital S$ Mil Balance as at 1 April Issue of shares under share options Balance as at 31 March 15.990. The amount paid by the Group differed from that paid by the Company due to dividends on performance shares held by the Trust that were eliminated on consolidation of the Trust.9 cents) (one-tier tax exempt) per share.4 1.084.7 11. These financial statements do not reflect the final dividend payable of approximately S$1. The Directors have proposed a final one-tier exempt ordinary dividend of 8.1 1.0 1.3 1.27 billion.9 During the year. paid 1.098.097.2 2. paid Interim dividend of 6.926. and an interim one-tier exempt ordinary dividend of 6.3 15.7 2.616.9 892.4 15.932.8 2.8 5.9 cents per share was paid in respect of the financial year ended 31 March 2009.5 2.0 2.593.

1 62.2 - 68. the Group had the following significant transactions and balances with related parties Group 2010 S$ Mil 2009 S$ Mil Revenue Subsidiaries of ultimate holding company Telecommunications Rental and maintenance Information technology Associated and joint venture companies Telecommunications expenses Subsidiaries of ultimate holding company Telecommunications Utilities Information technology Associated and joint venture companies Telecommunications Transmission capacity Postal Due from related parties Due to related parties All the above transactions were at normal commercial terms and conditions and market rates.4 76.5 30.5 3.9 19.0 5.3 10.0 15.4 83.7 123.0 71.3 7.2 29. 129. subsidiaries of the ultimate holding company and associated and joint venture companies of the Group.0 4.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 23 Selected Notes to the Summary Financial Statement For the financial year ended 31 March 2010 5. In addition to the related party information disclosed elsewhere in the financial statements.5 11.8 22.2 34.0 30.6 106.8 25. Please refer to Note 2 for information on key management personnel compensation. R E L AT E D PA R TY TR A N S ACTI O N S Related parties consist of key management of the Group.2 .0 5.

every member present in person and each proxy shall have one vote On a poll .908 295.559.740 83.034 19.18 0.420.624 188.10 0. 4.031+ 957.21 The shares held by CHESS Depositary Nominees Pty Ltd are held on behalf of the persons entered in the register of CUFS holders.920.056 19.549 23.528. 3.TOP 20 no.84 8.932.07 0.06 0.792 8.684.298.53 7.627. 14. 15.04 0.524. 5.52 0.147 1.93 1.049. 12.805.982 34.143 480.12 0.822.408.616 5.86 1. 20. 2. 6.889.184 15. Excludes 1.131.every member present in person or by proxy shall have one vote for every share he holds or represents (The Company cannot exercise any voting rights in respect of shares held by it as treasury shares) SingTel shares are listed on Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited and ASX Limited (“ASx”) (in the form of CUFS). 13. 18.137 6.43 8.24 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Shareholder Information As at 31 May 2010 ORDINARY SHARES Number of ordinary shareholders Number of holders of CHESS Units of Foreign Securities relating to ordinary shares in the Company (“CUFS”) Voting rights: On a show of hands .12 0.000 11.325.02 2. The percentage of issued ordinary shares is calculated based on the number of issued ordinary shares of the Company as at 31 May 2010.523 1. 11.805.950 8. 10.638 7. excluding 1.57 0. SUBSTANTIAL SHAREHOLDERS Direct Interest Deemed Interest 320. 8. . 9.461 54.358.328. 16.01 3.671.06 0.04 96.048.885.919 ordinary shares held as treasury shares as at that date.671.919 ordinary shares held by DBS Nominees Pte Ltd as treasury shares for the account of the Company. 17.325.997.059 Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited * Deemed through interests of associated companies and/or subsidiaries.04 0.186* mAjOR SHAREHOLDERS LIST .982 1. 7.67 6. of shares held % of issued share capital# 1.222.022.602. name no.944 91. * # + Temasek Holdings (Pte) Ltd Citibank Nominees Singapore Pte Ltd DBSN Services Pte Ltd DBS Nominees Pte Ltd Central Provident Fund Board Chess Depositary Nominees Pty Limited* HSBC (Singapore) Nominees Pte Ltd United Overseas Bank Nominees Pte Ltd BNP Paribas Securities Services Singapore Raffles Nominees (Pte) Ltd DB Nominees (S) Pte Ltd OCBC Nominees Singapore Private Limited Merrill Lynch (Singapore) Pte Ltd TM Asia Life Singapore Ltd-Par Fund Royal Bank of Canada (Asia) Ltd UOB Kay Hian Pte Ltd Societe Generale Singapore Branch OCBC Securities Private Ltd Phillip Securities Pte Ltd Morgan Stanley Asia (Singapore) 8.043. 8.721 15. 19.481.291 467.300.

02 0.000 1.861.001 .805.507 1.701.02 100.366 20.310.02 0.658 85.01 2.896.48 CUFS are CHESS Units of Foreign Securities relating to ordinary shares in the Company.40 0.246.54 1.01 0. (2) Based on information available to the Company as at 31 May 2010.00 62.342 1.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 25 Shareholder Information As at 31 May 2010 mAjOR CUFS HOLDERS LIST* . the shareholders approved the renewal of a mandate to enable the Company to purchase or otherwise acquire not more than 10 per cent of the issued ordinary share capital of the Company as at the date of the 2009 EGM. .08 0.000 10. The shares are held by CHESS Depositary Nominees Pty Ltd on behalf of the persons entered in the CUFS register.892 3.440.368 121.76 96.962 Number of holders holding less than a marketable parcel Notes: (1) This table is compiled on the basis that each holding of CUFS is a separate holding and.000 5.000 2.910 0.10.602 15. 11.001 . 19.100. 4. 12.000.664 1. As at 31 May 2010.32% of the issued ordinary shares of the Company is held by the public and. 2.02 0. 16.919 ordinary shares held as treasury shares as at that date. based on the closing price of the securities on the ASX.01 0.499 15.846 7.206. 7.01 0.01 0.15 0.826. * # National Nominees Limited J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited Cogent Nominees Pty Limited ANz Nominees Limited (Cash Income A/C) RBC Dexia Investor Services Australia Nominees Pty Limited Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (CFSIL CWLTH AUST SHS 1 A/C) AMP Life Limited UBS Nominees Pty Ltd Australian Reward Investment Alliance The Australian National University M F Custodians Ltd Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (CFSIL CWLTH AUST SHS 8 A/C) Mr Paul O'Sullivan Cogent Nominees Pty Limited (SMP ACCOUNTS) RBC Dexia Investor Services Australia Nominees Pty Limited (BKCUST A/C) Mr Paul O'Sullivan HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (A/C 3) Fortis Clearing Nominees P/L (Settlement A/C) 149.028 11.163. there is no current on-market buy-back of shares pursuant to the mandate. 8.06 0.01%.424.000 6.608 79.673 526 66 343.301. excluding 1. 3. approximately 45.703.81 0. the holding of shares by CHESS Depositary Nominees Pty Ltd is ignored. excluding 1. 17.08 0.919 ordinary shares held as treasury shares as at that date.13 0. 20.121 9. 13.740.934.461.64 0.01 0. SHARE PURCHASE mANDATE At the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on 24 July 2009 (“2009 EGm”).001 . of holders % of holders no.01 0.588 2.000 100.999 1.919.658 13.22 14. 6.75 0.805.00 244.094. The percentage of issued ordinary shares held by the public is calculated based on the number of issued ordinary shares of the Company as at 31 May 2010.210 101.015 9.24 2.981.988 1.05 0. name no. of shares/cUFS % of issued share capital 1 .000.000.840.31 0.000 . and the percentage of such holding against the total number of issued ordinary shares (excluding ordinary shares held as treasury shares) is 0.441.742.TOP 20 no.827 119.02 0.205 1.397 3.52 0.000 2.628.531 0.174.194 50. (3) A marketable parcel is defined in the ASX Listing Rules as a parcel of securities of not less than $500 in Australian dollars. of cUFS held % of issued share capital# 1.577 242.5.03 100.148 395. The percentage of issued ordinary shares is calculated based on the number of issued ordinary shares of the Company as at 31 May 2010.805.04 0.313.522. 10. Rule 723 of the Listing Manual issued by the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited is complied with.94 0.127. 14.1. ANALYSIS OF SHAREHOLDERS AND CUFS HOLDERS Range of holdings no.708. therefore.463. 15. (4) As at 31 May 2010. 9.001 and above 272.520. accordingly. 18.134.182 49.56 3. the number of ordinary shares held in treasury is 1. 5.457 13.445 3.

8 2007 2.0 2003 3.2 cents a share.2 cents a share. For the financial year ended 31 March 2010.0% 40. Shareholder Payout (S$ billion) 1. the Board has recommended a final ordinary dividend of 8.0 2002 1.1 2004 0.2 0.3 2005 2. total distribution for the year will amount to 14. 19% Straits Times Index.5 Capital reduction 1.3 2010 Special dividend Ordinary dividend . 70% 1: The Australia dollar appreciated approximately 21% against the Singapore dollar during this period SHA R E HOL D E R PAYO U T SingTel has a track record of generous shareholder payout.0% 0.0% 50. or 74 per cent of earnings over the same period.0% 30. up 14 per cent from the previous year.0% 20.26 Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Subsidiary Companies Shareholder Returns SHA R E P R IC E PE R FO R m A N CE SingTel’s share price rose 25 per cent on the SGX and 4 per cent on the ASX between April 2009 and March 2010.0 2008 2.0 1.0% -10.0% 60.0 cents a share. Our dividend policy is to pay out 45 to 60 per cent of our underlying net profit as ordinary dividends.8 1.7 2006 1.1 SingTel Share Price Performance – 1 April 2009 to 31 march 2010 70.9 2001 1. 4% Source: Bloomberg MSCI Asia Pacific Telecommunications Index.3 1.0% 10. 25% SingTel – ASX. This brings our total shareholder payout to approximately S$24 billion in the last ten years.0 2009 2. Together with the interim ordinary dividend of 6.0% 1 Apr 09 May 09 Jun 09 Jul 09 Aug 09 Sep 09 Oct 09 Nov 09 Dec 09 Jan 10 Feb 10 Mar 10 SingTel – SGX.

com EUROPE Frankfurt Platz der Einheit 1 60327 Frankfurt am Main.optus. Kowloon. Tsimshatsui.com London Birchin Court 20 Birchin Lane London EC3V 9DU. Tower B. Fortune Plaza. Australia Tel: +61 2 6222 3800 Fax: +61 2 6222 3838 Darwin Optus Centre Darwin 49 Woods Street Darwin.com . Singapore 569141 Republic of Singapore Tel: +65 6556 8000 Fax: +65 6556 7000 Email: reachus@ncs.com HONGKONG Tsimshatsui Suites 2002-6. NSW 2113. Australia Tel: +61 8 8901 4500 Fax: +61 8 8901 4545 melbourne 367 Collins Street Melbourne. ACT 2601. 25/F Corporation Park.com Chai Wan Room 901. Australia Tel: +61 8 8468 5100 Fax: +61 8 8468 5166 Brisbane Level 21. France Tel: +33 1 47 63 8999 Fax: +33 1 47 63 4476 Email: singtel-france@singtel. 15F. Beijing 100027 People’s Republic of China Tel: +86 10 6410 6193 / 4 / 5 Fax: +86 10 6410 6196 Email: singtel-beij@singtel. Comcentre Singapore 239732 Republic of Singapore Tel: +65 6838 3388 Fax: +65 6732 8428 Email: contact@singtel. Australia Tel: +61 7 3317 3700 Fax: +61 7 3317 3777 Canberra Level 3. N. India Tel: +91 80 2226 7272 Fax: +91 80 2225 0509 Email: singtel-ind@singtel.com. Australia Tel: +61 8 9288 3000 Fax: +61 8 9288 3030 BANGLADESH Dhaka Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Bangladesh Liaison Office) Bay’s 50 Mohakhali 15th Floor (South Block) Dhaka – 1212. Tower 6. Hong Kong Tel: +852 2929 5500 Fax: +852 2144 6162 Email: singtel-hk@singtel.com. Hong Kong Tel: +852 2877 1500 Fax: +852 2802 1500 Email: singtel-hk@singtel. India Tel: +91 44 2831 1226 /+91 44 2827 5191 Fax: +91 44 2821 4066 Email: singtel-ind@singtel. 305 DBS Business Centre 26 Cunningham Road Bangalore 560052. VIC 3000.com Paris 24 Avenue Hoche 75008 Paris. Ltd. The Gateway.com INDIA Bangalore Suite No. 399 Chai Wan Road Chai Wan.singtel.com Website: www. West Tower. 5 Ang Mo Kio Street 62 NCS Hub. 10 Moore Street Canberra. NT 0800.com CHINA Beijing Unit 1503. Beijing Silver Tower 2 Dongsanhuanbei Road Chaoyang District.sg AUSTRALIA SingTel Optus Pty Limited Sydney (Head Office) Optus Centre Sydney 1 Lyonpark Road Macquarie Park. 431-439 King William Street Adelaide. Tianhe District. Hong Kong Tel: +852 3105 1688 Fax: +852 3105 9888 Email: singtel-hk@singtel. QLD 4000. Guangzhou 510620 People’s Republic of China Tel: +86 20 3886 0668 1171 Email: singtel-gz@singtel.SingTel Summary Financial Report 2009/2010 27 SingTel Contact Points SINGAPORE SingTel Headquarters 31 Exeter Road. Germany Tel: +49 69 975 03 445 Fax: +49 69 975 03 200 Email: singtel-germany@singtel. 1260 Hay Street West Perth. WA 6005.com Shatin Unit 19-30. Wanda Plaza 36 Guobin Road Shanghai 200433 People’s Republic of China Tel: +86 21 3362 0388 Fax: +86 21 3362 0389 Email: singtel-sha@singtel. SA 5000. 11 On Lai Street Shatin.au Adelaide Level 4.com NCS Pte. Australia Tel: +61 3 9233 4000 Fax: +61 3 9233 4900 Perth Level 3. 12 Creek Street Brisbane.com Chennai DBS Executive Centre 31A Cathedral Garden Road Chennai 600034.com Shanghai Unit 1108. Australia Tel: +61 2 8082 7800 Fax: +61 2 8082 7100 Website: www. 9 Canton Road.T. United Kingdom Tel: +44 20 7122 8000 Fax: +44 20 7122 8088 Email: singtel-uk@singtel. Bangladesh Tel: +880 2 883 5120 Fax: +880 2 988 0037 Email: g-singtel-bd@singtel.com Guangzhou Unit 117. 114-118 Tiyudong Rd. 9F Mega iAdvanture Building.

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