Circles.Life partners M1 to launch its 5G standalone services in SingaporeWednesday, 18 Jan 2023
Circles.Life added that its 5G SA enablement is differentiated from other no-contract 5G non-standalone (5G NSA) mobile plans, which in theory, should provide higher real-world speeds.
MyRepublic’s new 5G no-contract plans pack 100GB data for SIM and eSIM usersTuesday, 17 Jan 2023
MyRepublic claimed that it has one of the lowest per-GB pricing for its 5G connection.
Singtel launches 5G enabled prepaid and GOMO SIM-only plansFriday, 5 Aug 2022
The red telco camp is now the first in Singapore to offer 5G to both postpaid and prepaid customers.
Singtel achieves 95% 5G network coverage three years ahead of targetFriday, 22 Jul 2022
To celebrate, the National Day Parade (NDP 2022) will be live-streamed using 5G to push the network’s limits.
Singtel brings fully underground 5G network to MRT’s North East Line (NEL)Monday, 9 May 2022
According to Singtel, indoor 5G coverage currently cuts across 300 locations islandwide, including all malls along the NEL.
M1 partners Blacknut, adding 5G cloud gaming to its servicesTuesday, 25 Jan 2022
In an official statement, M1 said the exclusive partnership brings lets M1 users stream “over 450 premium games” through its 5G services.
Opensignal: Singaporeans see nearly 50% faster speeds on 5G vs. Wi-FiTuesday, 14 Dec 2021
Despite that, Opensignal also saw Singaporeans spending 9.7% of their time on 5G.
Singtel, StarHub, M1 wins additional 5G spectrum rights, TPG gets new 5G spectrumMonday, 29 Nov 2021
The new spectrum rights awarded by IMDA let our major telcos expand and deploy more 5G networks.
M1 taps on IDEMIA for 5G standalone SIM cards for telco subscribersMonday, 18 Oct 2021
According to the French tech firm, M1 subscribers in Singapore have received a complimentary 5G SA SIM card as part of their 5G network subscription booster.
StarHub’s new HubBundle combines mobile SIM-only, fibre broadband, Disney+, and Netflix into one packageTuesday, 14 Sep 2021
According to StarHub, HubBundle can help users “enjoy more than S$400 in cost savings over two years”.