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One token for Singapore users to log in online

January 20th, 2011 | by Alfred Siew
Internet users in Singapore can expect to transfer savings funds, access health records and carry out other online transactions more easily with a single token from the second half of this year, as a government-backed...
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Lack of knowledge main reason for homes refusing fibre

June 15th, 2010 | by Alfred Siew
What's the next-gen broadband network all about? What can it do for me? Those questions were topmost on the minds of some home owners who have so far rejected a free offer to hook up to Singapore's ultra-fast fibre optic...
Auto login for Wireless@SG – at last
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Auto login for Wireless@SG – at last

February 11th, 2010 | by Alfred Siew
Hard to log in. Keep getting disconnected. If those problems have kept you from surfing the Web with Wireless@SG, you'll be happy to hear that the free Wi-Fi hotspot service islandwide is now going to be easier to...
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Fibre’s coming to your home – what you need to know

August 6th, 2009 | by Alfred Siew
Some 95 per cent of homes, schools and office buildings in Singapore are being wired up with fibre optic cables for the country's next-generation broadband network, which promises an almost unlimited speed boost over existing...
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Singapore’s FTTH service to go partly commercial in 1H 2010

June 16th, 2009 | by Alfred Siew
Singapore's ultra high-speed broadband service, capable of offering speeds of 1Gbps, will go commercial as early as the first half of 2010, earlier than many observers have...
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Singapore’s broadband penetration past 100 per cent

March 10th, 2009 | by Alfred Siew
It’s official. There are more broadband connections in Singapore than there are households. In January 2009, the household broadband penetration rate here reached 102.1 per cent, according to the latest figures from the...
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Need for “fuller” number portability?

June 25th, 2008 | by Alfred Siew
As a letter writer in the ST Forum mentioned today, full number portability in Singapore does not mean you can switch from a post-paid to a pre-paid plan when you switch cellphone operators, and still keep your number. It was...
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