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Singapore fibre broadband price wars hot up at Sitex 2012
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Singapore fibre broadband price wars hot up at Sitex 2012

November 23rd, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
Some 220,000 households have signed up since the first commercial services were available about two years ago, and about a million more could be looking to upgrade from traditional broadband...
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Comex 2012: Best telco broadband deals

August 31st, 2012 | by Chan Chi-Loong
The red, yellow and purple telcos seem to be dominating this year at Comex...
Commentary: time for Singapore’s fibre broadband to provide better experience
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Commentary: time for Singapore’s fibre broadband to provide better experience

June 16th, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
If the first wave in the past two years is about takeup, then the next one has to be about improving the experience. Here are some...
Goondu Q&A: My Republic promises no “hard” throttling for fibre broadband
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Goondu Q&A: My Republic promises no “hard” throttling for fibre broadband

May 1st, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
We speak to Malcolm Rodrigues, the CEO and co-founder of MyRepublic, the new kid on the block in the broadband market, for his...
Singapore broadband speeds to get real-world tests through SamKnows
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Singapore broadband speeds to get real-world tests through SamKnows

April 24th, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
After years of complaining about slow connections, Singapore's broadband users can now join a study that uses their actual day-to-day experience to offer a clear snapshot of just how fast their Internet service...
Competition heats up with another no-contract fibre broadband plan
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Competition heats up with another no-contract fibre broadband plan

February 28th, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
Yet another service provider has come up with fibre broadband plans without the usual two-year lock-in period, in the latest sign of competition heating up in Singapore. ViewQwest today said it would sell its high-end plans...
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Fibre broadband start-up MyRepublic takes on the Big Three telcos

February 18th, 2012 | by Raymond Lau
Consumers signing up for fibre broadband services in Singapore got one more alternative to the big three of SingTel, StarHub and M1 earlier this week, with the entry of MyRepublic, an upstart that promises to sell services based...