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Telstra Corporation is Australia’s largest provider of telecommunications and information products and services. Telstra also has one of the most recognisable brands in Australia and is a dominant player in both fine line rental, mobile phone and broadband connectivity. Telstra’s range of services include the provision of telephone lines, national local and long distance, international calls, Mobile telecommunications, Internet and on-line services, wholesale, mobile phones and telephone directories and pay TV.
Telstra services and number of customers with the full range of products including fixed lines, mobiles, Internet connectivity and pay TV. Due to Telstra’s marketing dominance they are able to secure the majority of the market without too much effort.
Telstra is also responsible for looking after the most of Australia’s small to medium enterprises with services such as mobile phone, broadband connectivity, fixed line and all of these are tailored to the businesses needs.
Telstra big Pond is one of Australia’s largest broadband networks and has one of the largest coverage’s of any broadband network in Australia. They are also well positioned in providing mobile broadband connectivity via their 3G mobile network. Telstra also owns Sensis which is responsible for advertising including services you would be familiar with such as White Pages, the trading Post, Whereis, Citysearch and Yellow Pages.
The share price of Telstra has not been all that exciting and has been trading in a range between $3.50 and five dollars for nearly 6 years. For those traders looking for a stock with high volume and high liquidity Telstra is one of the favourites with a huge amount volume on both the buy and sell side.
Telstra Quick Facts (as of June 2015)
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