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  1. #1
    Alan Parkington
    Guest
    T3 shareholders, consumers and the Australian Government were collecting in
    a trifecta-win with the New Telstra now recognised by Australian and
    overseas investors as a high- performance telco with world-leading results
    in a spectacular two-and-a-half year turnaround.

    Speaking as T3 successfully drew to an end, Telstra's Chief Financial
    Officer, Mr John Stanhope said the New Telstra had delivered a winning
    trifecta for the Government treasury and taxpayer, Telstra consumers and
    shareholders, and the national interest.

    "The New Telstra, launched on 15 November 2005, has enabled Telstra
    shareholders to invest in a long-term strategy to bring Australia to the top
    quartile in the OECD's 30 advanced economies.

    "The New Telstra is based on a fully integrated business model which, in
    the final round of privatisation (called T3) in 2006, was affirmed by the
    Government and the regulator.

    "This integrated business model has unleashed unprecedented innovation.
    This has been shown by advances in the deployment of wireless and wireline
    Next Generation Networks, new high- speed broadband applications based on
    wide coverage and simplicity, customer-centred market- based management, and
    new technology-enhanced business and customer support systems.

    "Furthermore, the New Telstra has also stimulated growth in revenues and
    market share; turned in world-leading results in key strategic
    battlegrounds: wireless, broadband and PSTN lines as well as directories;
    rewarded shareholders who invested in the T3 sale; and benefitted the
    Government by generating more than $15 billion in new revenues directly to
    the Government from the T3 sale completed in the final months of 2006."

    Mr Stanhope said Telstra's 1.4 million shareholders had also seen Telstra's
    market capitalisation grow by about $15 billion or 30 per cent since the
    government sold the third and final tranche of Telstra in November 2006.

    "Our integrated business model has delivered innovation, cost control
    and revenue generation exceeding our global peer group, all in spite of the
    increasingly turbulent capital markets and deteriorating outlook for the
    global economy.

    "These results, recognised internationally, have been achieved despite
    an adverse regulatory regime that discourages investment, uses arbitrary
    cost estimates defying common sense, increases costs, and causes uncertainty
    that undermines rational planning and resource allocation.

    "Furthermore, we have delivered world class services via our Next GT
    wireless broadband network which is integrated with our Next IPT network
    services - crucial parts of our fully integrated telecommunications company.

    "Telstra shareholders - largely Mums and Dads - invested $46 billion in
    purchasing shares from the government in the three tranches.

    "Their continued investment of more than $15 billion in the final (T3)
    tranche reflects shareholders' confidence that the integrated strategy and
    structure of the New Telstra will be continued by the Board and management
    as well as confidence in T3-related assurances of regulatory stability that
    the strategy of the New Telstra will not be side-tracked by the Government
    or the regulator.

    "Shareholders bought and held shares in a company they believed would
    remain integrated and certainly not one that would face the spectre of
    intrusive regulatory meddling, and particularly not any form of enforced
    structural separation.

    "It is pleasing that shareholders, including more than 100,000 new to
    the Telstra share register since T3, have been rewarded as we are
    successfully executing our transformation strategy particularly since many
    of these shareholders borrowed to pay for their Telstra shares.

    "The new integrated services that differentiate Telstra in the
    marketplace offer value to our customers. This is why Telstra is able to
    deliver world leading results compared with our global peer group on key
    financial metrics in the fixed line, wireless, broadband and Sensis
    businesses."

    Mr Stanhope said that Telstra has continued to extend its 3G market
    leadership.

    "Our 3G mobile subscriber penetration has gone from virtually nothing in
    December 2005 to 43 per cent of our total mobile subscribers at the end of
    April 2008. We now have more than 4 million 3G subscribers.

    "Our market leadership is being recognised by international investors
    with the percentage of overseas shareholders in Telstra having risen from
    6.25 per cent in 2005 to close to 20 per cent."

    T3 was the second biggest share offering in Australian history. The
    government originally indicated it intended to offer in the order of $8
    billion worth of shares in the third tranche of the sale of Telstra
    Corporation. In fact strong investor demand allowed the government to nearly
    double the size of the offer and raise $15.5 billion from the T3 share sale.

    Telstra management covered about 137,000 km over a five week period on the
    T3 investor roadshows having more than 40 meetings in five Australian cities
    and nearly 100 meetings in 18 overseas cities. Management met with about 600
    institutional investors and more than 800 retail brokers.

    Mr Stanhope added: "A key milestone in Telstra's transformation strategy was
    switching on in one day the nationwide Next GT wireless broadband network,
    three months ahead of schedule.

    "This was recognised by the then Finance Minister, Senator Nick Minchin,
    who said the delivery of the Next GT network ahead of schedule was very
    important in sustaining the government's offer."




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  2. #2
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: New Telstra: Delivering a trifecta

    Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote

    > T3 shareholders, consumers and the Australian Government were collecting in a trifecta-win


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > with the New Telstra


    No such animal.

    > now recognised by Australian and overseas investors as a high- performance telco with world-leading results in a
    > spectacular two-and-a-half year turnaround.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > Speaking as T3 successfully drew to an end, Telstra's Chief Financial
    > Officer, Mr John Stanhope said the New Telstra had delivered a winning
    > trifecta for the Government treasury and taxpayer, Telstra consumers
    > and shareholders, and the national interest.


    Only in his pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "The New Telstra,


    No such animal.

    > launched on 15 November 2005,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > has enabled Telstra shareholders to invest in a long-term strategy to bring Australia to the top quartile in the
    > OECD's 30 advanced economies.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "The New Telstra


    No such animal.

    > is based on a fully integrated business model


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > which, in the final round of privatisation (called T3) in 2006,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > was affirmed by the Government and the regulator.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "This integrated business model


    No such animal.

    > has unleashed unprecedented innovation.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > This has been shown by advances in the deployment of wireless and wireline Next Generation Networks,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > new high- speed broadband applications based on wide coverage and simplicity,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > customer-centred market- based management,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > and new technology-enhanced business and customer support systems.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "Furthermore, the New Telstra


    No such animal.

    > has also stimulated growth in revenues and market share;


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > turned in world-leading results in key strategic battlegrounds:


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > wireless, broadband and PSTN lines


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > as well as directories;


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > rewarded shareholders who invested in the T3 sale;


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > and benefitted the Government by generating more than $15 billion in new revenues


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > directly to the Government from the T3 sale completed in the final months of 2006."


    > Mr Stanhope said Telstra's 1.4 million shareholders had also seen Telstra's market capitalisation grow by about $15
    > billion or 30 per cent since the government sold the third and final tranche of Telstra in November 2006.


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > "Our integrated business model


    No such animal.

    > has delivered innovation, cost control and revenue generation exceeding our global peer group,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > all in spite of the increasingly turbulent capital markets


    Which are completely irrelevant to the performance of telcos, ****wit.

    > and deteriorating outlook for the global economy.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "These results, recognised internationally,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > have been achieved despite an adverse regulatory regime that discourages investment,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > uses arbitrary cost estimates defying common sense, increases costs, and causes uncertainty that undermines rational
    > planning and resource allocation.


    Like it or lump it, ****wit.

    Its only gunna get worse for you fools now, you watch.

    > "Furthermore, we have delivered world class services via our Next GT wireless broadband network


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > which is integrated with our Next IPT network services


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > - crucial parts of our fully integrated telecommunications company.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "Telstra shareholders - largely Mums and Dads - invested $46 billion in purchasing shares from the government in the
    > three tranches.


    And those who were stupid enough to get sucked
    into T2 got dudded very comprehensively indeed.

    > "Their continued investment of more than $15 billion in the final (T3) tranche reflects shareholders' confidence that
    > the integrated strategy and structure of the New Telstra will be continued by the Board and management as well as
    > confidence in T3-related assurances of regulatory stability that the strategy of the New Telstra will not be
    > side-tracked by the Government or the regulator.


    Nope, they noticed that the govt had to bribe potential investors after
    how comprehensively the T2 'investors' had got dudded by you clowns.

    > "Shareholders bought and held shares in a company they believed would remain integrated


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > and certainly not one that would face the spectre of intrusive regulatory meddling, and particularly not any form of
    > enforced structural separation.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    And then the voters changed the govt and you lot are ****ed, you watch.

    > "It is pleasing that shareholders, including more than 100,000 new to the Telstra share register since T3, have been
    > rewarded


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > as we are successfully executing our transformation strategy


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > particularly since many of these shareholders borrowed to pay for their Telstra shares.


    You have absolutely NO idea how many did that.

    > "The new integrated services that differentiate Telstra in the marketplace


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > offer value to our customers.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > This is why Telstra is able to deliver world leading results compared with our global peer group on key financial
    > metrics in the fixed line, wireless, broadband and Sensis businesses."


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > Mr Stanhope said that Telstra has continued to extend its 3G market leadership.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "Our 3G mobile subscriber penetration has gone from virtually nothing in December 2005 to 43 per cent of our total
    > mobile subscribers at the end of April 2008.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > We now have more than 4 million 3G subscribers.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > "Our market leadership is being recognised by international investors


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    > with the percentage of overseas shareholders in Telstra having risen from 6.25 per cent in 2005 to close to 20 per
    > cent."


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > T3 was the second biggest share offering in Australian history.


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > The government originally indicated it intended to offer in the order of $8 billion worth of shares in the third
    > tranche of the sale of Telstra Corporation. In fact strong investor demand allowed the government to nearly double the
    > size of the offer and raise $15.5 billion from the T3 share sale.


    Hardly surprising that the govt had to bribe those after
    T2 so comprehensively dudded so many so spectacularly.

    > Telstra management covered about 137,000 km over a five week period
    > on the T3 investor roadshows having more than 40 meetings in five
    > Australian cities and nearly 100 meetings in 18 overseas cities.


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > Management met with about 600 institutional investors and more than 800 retail brokers.


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > Mr Stanhope added: "A key milestone in Telstra's transformation strategy


    No such animal.

    > was switching on in one day the nationwide Next GT wireless
    > broadband network, three months ahead of schedule.


    Pity about when you clowns were allowed to turn off the cdma network.

    > "This was recognised by the then Finance Minister, Senator Nick
    > Minchin, who said the delivery of the Next GT network ahead of
    > schedule was very important in sustaining the government's offer."


    And then the voters gave the fool the bums rush he so richly deserved.





  3. #3
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: New Telstra: Delivering a trifecta


    "Rod Speed" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >> T3 shareholders, consumers and the Australian Government were collecting
    >> in a trifecta-win

    >
    > Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    >
    >> with the New Telstra

    >
    > No such animal.


    Maybe its like "New Coke"?

    > Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    > Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    > Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    > Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.


    ****, must be wearing out your F11 key . . .





  4. #4
    Alan Parkington
    Guest

    Re: New Telstra: Delivering a trifecta


    "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Rod Speed" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote
    >>
    >>> T3 shareholders, consumers and the Australian Government were collecting
    >>> in a trifecta-win

    >>
    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    >>
    >>> with the New Telstra

    >>
    >> No such animal.

    >
    > Maybe its like "New Coke"?
    >
    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.
    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

    >
    > ****, must be wearing out your F11 key . . .


    The Rod-Bot only has about 6 insults, simply used ad nauseam..




  5. #5
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: New Telstra: Delivering a trifecta

    Michael <[email protected]> wrote
    > Rod Speed <[email protected]> wrote
    >> Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote


    >>> T3 shareholders, consumers and the Australian Government were collecting in a trifecta-win


    >> Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.


    >>> with the New Telstra


    >> No such animal.


    > Maybe its like "New Coke"?


    Nope, like a steaming turd, actually.

    > ****,


    No need to bring that **** you clean up in here, you stupid dunny cleaning ****wit child.





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