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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Sep 9 2020, 09:44 AM

not sure how long that defence is going to hold, eb ... this will cannibalise the most lucrative bits. A thousand cuts...

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NBN Co will slash wholesale enterprise broadband prices and invest $700 million over the next three years, as it ramps up its bid to challenge Telstra as the dominant wholesale business broadband provider.The announcement, a taster of the latest corporate plan to be released on Wednesday, will make its CBD prices available to 700,000 suburban and regional businesses.....

Under this plan, NBN Co will build fibre optic cable out to a business premises free of charge, and then provide its enterprise ethernet plan. All this must be done through a retailer, meaning NBN Co will rely on major providers such as Telstra, Optus and TPG getting on board.
One industry source said most providers apart from Telstra were likely to welcome the move, as it would break the TLS stranglehold on the sector.

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Business telco provider Macquarie Telecom welcomed the announcement, calling it a complete turnaround from the detrimental journey tier one telcos had us on before the NBN was introduced and executed. Crucially, the availability of point to point fibre on demand to 85 regional zones will bring greater competition to regional Australia and be the final nail in the coffin for tier ones underserving and overcharging regional businesses that have not had choice of provider, group executive Luke Clifton said.




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early birds
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market is down, but TLS is showing bit of "defence" nature .

my prediction is wrong as it went to low of 2.82ish. i still think it is good place to park the cash.

i'm biased , as i hold some stakes of TLS !!



 
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patience is a virtue, Mick biggrin.gif



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early birds
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yeah Mick
i kinda remember you said want buy it at 2.97 before.
glad to see you follow through your plan. good job { to me at least]

funny that discounted franking credit for the x--divy. a good sign of support for this old dog!!



 
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Picked up some at 2.97 on the open.
Happy to sit back and hold for long term storage.
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x--divy day today.

8 cps ff. see how low it can go for next two weeks?? unsure.gif

estermate 13 cps ff for next financial year.



 

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seems i over estermate the price before x--divy. tomorrow is the last date to hold divy.

it's bit hard to guess the the down side level after x--divy. still think of 2.88, but not with the confident that i have weeks before. unsure.gif




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think about most of major CFD's providers charge yearly interest around 2.6%, people can borrow big mount of money and interest been covered and plus over 1% incomes.
that is based on TLS price hover around this level for year or two! [[ i think it will get this level few times within two years]

hope it helps to anyone already in this old dog like me!! tongue.gif




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meantime it is trading 3.06 to 3.07 nearly all day. I wonder which side is going to blink?


with 3.065s going through as well, the one minute chart is like a set of Bar Codes




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You are being unfair EB,
I hat ALL the big Commercial Banks, including Australia's darlings.
Hoping TLS will go below 3 bucks.
Have had some buys in at around 2.97 for a while, they are slowly getting closer/
And yes, thinking of a long term place to park some cash.

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