StarHub Limited (SGX: CC3), or StarHub for short, is one of Singapore’s three telecommunication companies. The group offers communications, entertainment and digital solutions using its fibre and wireless infrastructure.

Its share price has seen better days – it was trading at S$4.13 almost 5 years ago in May 2014 but has since suffered a 64% decline to a share price of S$1.49 as of 29 May 2019.

Does the business look cheap at this juncture?

To determine this, let us look at two key divisions of the group – mobile services and pay TV, in order to understand the situation better.

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Starhub’s Mobile Services Division   1Q2019 1Q2018 % Change Post-Paid Customers (In ‘000) 1,438 1,365 5.3% Pre-Paid Customers (In