The Saudi Telecom Company, branded and known as STC (written as stc since 2019), is the state-owned telecom company of Saudi Arabia. Besides Saudi Arabia, it operates in Bahrain and Kuwait; in those countries, it used the Viva brand until they were replaced by the stc brand in 2019. It also operated in Indonesia as Axis Telekom until 2013, when it was sold to XL Axiata.
Saudi Telecom Company
STC introduced a new corporate identity on 19 December 2019 and replaced the Viva brand in Bahrain and Kuwait with the new stc brand.
- Axis Telekom (owned by STC until 2013).
| Asia-Pacific members: Australia: Optus1 | Hong Kong: csl. | India and Sri Lanka: Bharti Airtel1 | Indonesia: Telkomsel1 (Timor-Leste: Telkomcel) | Japan: SoftBank Mobile | Macau: CTM | Malaysia: Maxis Communications | Philippines: Globe Telecom1 | Singapore: Singtel1 | South Korea: SK Telecom | Taiwan: Taiwan Mobile | Thailand: AIS1 | Vietnam: MobiFone
African member: Airtel1 (Chad, DR Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Rep. Congo, Rwanda, Seychelles, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia)
1Wholly- or partly-owned subsidiaries of Singtel.