PSA: StarHub’s new HITS Movies channel will be free for more than a year!

PSA: StarHub’s new HITS Movies channel will be free for more than a year!

Following its recent streak of new channel offerings for its TV subscribers after the recent cessation of Discover Networks, StarHub is once again launching new channel offerings for its subscribers, and one of them is free for all subscribers for more than a year!
StarHub launches new channels and bids farewell to Discovery Networks content (Updated)

StarHub launches new channels and bids farewell to Discovery Networks content (Updated)

As part of StarHub's ongoing process to revamp their content line-up, the suite of channels from Discovery Networks will be discontinued in two phases, on 30 June 2018 and 31 August 2018. At the same time, StarHub is also launching a number of new channels. Details inside.
StarHub TV's latest IPTV service is delivered over the fiber network

StarHub TV's latest IPTV service is delivered over the fiber network

StarHub TV has announced that it's launching a new IPTV service for Singapore homes today, and it'll be delivered over the fiber broadband network.
StarHub TV Anywhere App Now Available in the App Store and Google Play

StarHub TV Anywhere App Now Available in the App Store and Google Play

You can now watch your favorite channels including (but not limited to) HISTORY, BBC World News, TVBJ, and many more 'LIVE' on the go.
StarHub Set to Roll Out Five HD & 11 TV Anywhere Channels Tomorrow

StarHub Set to Roll Out Five HD & 11 TV Anywhere Channels Tomorrow

StarHub TV is launching five new HD channels and 11 new TV Anywhere channels tomorrow, 19 July, at 9am, bringing Singapore's largest collection of HD pay TV channels to a total of 43 channels.
StarHub TV on Fibre to Roll Out on 18 Mar

StarHub TV on Fibre to Roll Out on 18 Mar

Come 18 Mar, StarHub will launch a new Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) pay TV service for commercial customers. Named StarHub TV on Fibre, this service will offer three times as many TV channels and a new range of high-definition content, compared to the current Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) service.