Telco Singtel Optus will acquire Australia's biggest mobile virtual network operator, having signed a deal to buy amaysim for $250 million, the company says, adding that it will also be launching a new digital brand gomo which is aimed at providing simple plans and budget-friendly services.
Mobile virtual network operator amaysim has sold its energy services division to AGL for a sum of $115 million in cash, according to an announcement made to the ASX on Monday morning.
Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Amaysim is to acquire approximately 77,000 mobile subscribers from OVO Mobile for $15.8 million.
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