- News tagged "singtel"
Friday, 3 Aug 2012
Citibank, DBS, EZ-Link, M1, SingTel, and StarHub, will launch the nation-wide NFC services through a secure, unified, and comprehensive third-party infrastructure managed by Gemalto and supported by IDA. Consumers will be offered a choice of multiple contactless payment products on their NFC phones, while businesses will have the option of deploying secured mobile services.
Thursday, 19 Jul 2012
With effect from 1 September 2012, StarHub will be charging S$2.10 per month for new and existing pay TV and/or home broadband customers. Both M1 and Singtel will continue to offer their services free-of-charge to customers who subscribe to their respective fibre broadband plans.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
StarHub has announced that they will be discontinuing their SmartSurf plans with 12GB and Unlimited Data Bundle "in the near future" with the i2Surf plans taking over as core post-paid plans, in light of its upcoming LTE infrastructure.
M1 will be introducing tiered smartphone plans by end Q3 together with the launch of its 4G LTE services.
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
SingTel today announced the launch of Singapore's first 4G service for smartphone users. The new Flexi and iFlexi plans will offer data bundles from 2GB to 12GB with excess charges revised to S$5.35 per GB and a data cap of S$88 per month.
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
The Samsung Galaxy S III will be available on the 29th from both StarHub and M1. Samsung Mobile Singapore has confirmed that the smartphone will be in stores from 30th May with collection for pre-orders from all telcos starting on 29th of May.
The last of three telcos to announce its prices for the Samsung Galaxy S III, M1 has revealed that the flagship Samsung Galaxy S III will go as low as $0 to $198, depending on plan.
Monday, 28 May 2012
At point of publication, SingTel and StarHub have revealed the contract pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Samsung flagship model costs as low as S$198. Hit the link for more information.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
The enhanced AMPed 2.0 service offers an extensive song catalogue, and smooth streaming of songs to Apple and Android smartphones. Users can also start communities, create and share playlists, and post comments, just to name a few.
Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) just announced that it has acquired HungryGoWhere for S$12 million.