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Amaysim shareholders give thumbs up to Optus takeover – Sydney Morning Herald

Singtel Optus has jumped a major hurdle in its bid to buy virtual mobile network operator Amaysim.




Amaysim chief executive and founder Peter O’Connell said the acquisition marked the next chapter for the company.
“Optus is inheriting an incredibly talented team, who have built Australia’s largest mobile virtual network operator with an enviable net promote score and amazing culture.
“Now, supported by Optus, I am looking forward to seeing Amaysim continue to deliver value to our customers and to reach new heights,” he said.
An Optus spokesperson said it was a great outcome. “Optus is thrilled…

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