MyRepublic to become Singapore's fourth mobile operator

Thursday 10 July 2014 | 13:59 CET | News
Singaporean ISP MyRepublic plans to launch mobile operations in Singapore. MyRepublic rolled out internet services in Singapore in 2011. MyRepublic sent a proposal to the Singapore regulator to build a fourth mobile-phone network after the Infocomm Development Authority requested public feedback in April to improve the city's mobile landscape, Bloomberg reports. If it receives regulatory approval, MyRepublic would become Singapore's fourth mobile phone operator, competing with StarHub, SingTel and M1.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MyRepublic / SingTel / StarHub
Countries: Singapore
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