Optus has completed its purchase of amaysim’s mobile business with its 1.2 million subscribers for $250 million.
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.
Australian telco and broadcaster OVO is using a cloud-based platform from global business optimisation platform provider Domo to integrate data from two different lines of business in a move it says is designed to help grow the business to 70,000 mobile customers and two million audience members across 150 countries.
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