SINGAPORE - To provide better mobile surfing experience to customers, M1 Limited (M1) will launch four new mobile broadband plans that will be differentiated by data bundle sizes and publish the typical speeds customers will experience, from the low price of $12 per month on 1 September 2011.
M1’s new competitively priced mobile broadband plans will be provisioned at 7.2 Mbps or 21 Mbps theoretical download speeds. However, customers will now be able to know what their mobile broadband experience is, with the publishing of typical download speeds, ranging from 0.6 to 6.7 Mbps.
For customers’ subscribing to the theoretical speeds of 7.2 Mbps they can choose from a range of plans valued from $12 for 5GB to $40 for 50GB.
mData’s monthly mobile broadband data usage above bundle will be capped at a maximum of $69.30, dismissing customers’ worries of oversized bills.
|Mobile Broadband Plans||mData Value||mData Lite||mData Max||mData Extreme|
|Excess Data Usage Charges||$5.35/GB, capped at a maximum of $69.30(excluding monthly subscription fees)|
|Theoretical Download Speeds of up to||7.2Mbps||21Mbps|
|Typical Download Speed Range||0.6 to 8Mbps||0.7 to 6.7Mbps|