- News tagged "m1"
Friday, 25 Sep 2015
Independent network coverage checker, OpenSignal, has released its latest 2015 LTE report. Singapore telcos ranked second-fastest amongst all LTE-enabled countries and one telco in particular stood out, ranking first overall with the fastest average speeds in the world. Guess who?
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
M1 customers looking to re-contract to get the new iPhone 6S, these are the prices you're waiting for.
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2015
All three telcos have now opened their registration of interest websites for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Find them here.
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015
You can register your interest for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus with M1 now; StarHub's will start at 3pm this Saturday
Again, price plans aren't revealed yet. But keep your eyes peeled for further updates on HardwareZone.
Monday, 31 Aug 2015
M1 postpaid customers can now use their local data bundle in even more countries with Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan added to M1's Data Passport value-added service.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
M1 has launched four new SIM-only mySIM postpaid plans, targeting consumer value, flexibility and generous data bundles. The plans do not include any smartphone subsidies, and are aimed at consumers who prefer to buy their own smartphone.
Friday, 10 Jul 2015
M1 has just announced Data Passport, a new value-added service that will let its customers use their existing M1 data bundles in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and the United States.
IDA proposes that it will set aside 60MHz out of the 225MHz of spectrum at a lower price to facilitate the entry of a new mobile operator. It also believes that the local market can only sustain up to four mobile operators at this point in time. Read on to find out more.
Wednesday, 8 Jul 2015
M1 has announced an agreement to enable Singapore-based company, Liberty Wireless, to operate as Singapore's first post-paid virtual network, delivering voice, messaging and data access to its customers, using M1’s mobile network.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015
M1, Singtel and Starhub will stop all 2G services in Singapore with effect from 1 April 2017. All three telcos will be offering a wide range of 3G and 4G handsets at various price points to help existing 2G customers transition to newer 3G and 4G networks.