News tagged ‘m1’
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.
Monday, 21 May 2012
Similar to SingTel, M1 also launched a site for consumers to register their interests for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Saturday, 19 May 2012
Customers who register their interest at StarHub will be contacted via phone or email after 25 May. In addition, the first 1,000 pre-registered customers will receive the Galaxy S III Essential Accessory Gift Pack worth S$240.
With the Samsung Galaxy S III expected to be available in Singapore by end May, SingTel launched a page on its website for consumers to register their interest.
Friday, 11 May 2012
Singtel has admitted that its mobile internet speeds in Singapore are slow and will be taking measures to improve the situation, Reuters reports.
Friday, 16 Mar 2012
M1 is the only telco among the three in Singapore to hold a midnight launch for the new iPad. As expected, there were long queues forming outside the M1 shop at Paragon.
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
M1 has made a formal announcement about its upcoming iPad (2012) price plans. The local telco will be subsidizing the new Apple tablet with 21Mbps HSPA+ data plans, priced at S$40 per month.
Thursday, 8 Mar 2012
Though Apple's recently announced iPad will come with LTE support, we've just gotten confirmation that Singapore users won't enjoy the LTE speeds in due to the different spectrum used by the telcos in Singapore.
Friday, 20 Jan 2012
It's official. M1 will be offering a non-camera version of Apple's iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. Prices for the modified iPhones will be slightly higher, and its warranty will be covered by a third party vendor instead of Apple.
Monday, 14 Nov 2011
M1 intends to appeal against the penalty of S$300,000 imposed by IDA over its recent outage, stating that the company did not cross the impact threshold of 5% of base stations under the Code of Practice for Telecommunication Service Resiliency.