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Singapore telcos told: no 4G add-on fee for users on contract

April 24th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
As StarHub has learnt, it may not be so smart to take the lead in raising...
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Easier Wireless@SG login now for phone and tablet users

March 28th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
Using EAP-SIM technology, the new sign-on process makes it much easier to log on to a wireless...
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M1 offers fixed IP add-on for home broadband users for S$2 a month

March 27th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
M1 is offering a fixed IP address for just S$2 a month, enabling users to run their own servers and share files even more easily than...
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Commentary: Switch between wireless networks seamlessly? Not so fast

March 11th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
The concept is not new, and technically, it's not as difficult as it seems. But many issues have to be ironed out, starting with a reliable nationwide Wi-Fi...
SingTel: no plans to charge consumers separately for WhatsApp
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SingTel: no plans to charge consumers separately for WhatsApp

February 28th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
SingTel has clarified that it has no plans for now to charge consumers separately for using the WhatsApp service, as well as for other so-called over-the-top services that make use of the Internet connection it...
Commentary: SingTel wants WhatsApp and Skype to pay
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Commentary: SingTel wants WhatsApp and Skype to pay

February 26th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
When people stop using their networks because of high cost or a lack of great content, telcos will have the dumbest pipe all to...
Q&A: Akamai says people will watch next Olympics on watches, glasses
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Q&A: Akamai says people will watch next Olympics on watches, glasses

January 20th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
Content delivery network Akamai expects people to be watching the next Olympics on not just tablets and phones but also watches and...
1Gbps fibre broadband under S$50? Yes, in Singapore
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1Gbps fibre broadband under S$50? Yes, in Singapore

January 14th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
An affordable 1Gbps offering also opens doors to new uses in future, such as seeing a doctor remotely from...
OpenNet fined S$750,000 for not connecting users, provisioning services too slowly
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OpenNet fined S$750,000 for not connecting users, provisioning services too slowly

November 20th, 2013 | by Alfred Siew
OpenNet has been fined a hefty S$750,000 after failing to connect up homes and offices to the national fibre broadband network, as well as not "turning on" a service promptly enough when users sign up for...
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Goondu review: UnoTelly

October 31st, 2013 | by Aaron Tan
Local Internet service providers MyRepublic and ViewQwest may offer DNS routing services that let you access geo-restricted content from the likes of Hulu and Netflix, but what if you are still contracted with one of the Big...