Telcos’ telcos bid to buy Telstra

Telcos have reportedly launched a bid to acquire the embattled telecommunications giant Telstra.

The telcos have allegedly launched a fresh round of fundraising in a bid for a sale of the US telecommunications giant.

In January Telstra announced plans to lay off 5,000 workers and to cut its workforce by 40% by 2019.

However, in the past week the telcos said they would invest $1.6 billion in the telco.

With the merger, Telstra would become the fifth biggest telco in the US, after AT&T, Comcast and Verizon.

A source with knowledge of the matter told TechCrunch that the tels is also considering selling the US’s largest mobile network, which owns about 40% of the market share.

While it is unclear exactly what kind of deal the telts will pursue, it is clear that it is unlikely to be a sale.

Telstra currently controls more than 95% of all US mobile broadband subscribers, and it is widely believed that the US telcos will be the largest telcos in the world.

It is currently unclear if the telas bid will be approved or rejected.