An Embarassment of Riches for High Speed Access in Singapore

M1 has become Singapore's first operator to offer a 10 Gbps service over the national fiber network, the “Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network.”


M1 has also launched a 1Gbps service aimed at small and mid-sized businesses, priced at S$996 (US$796) per month for up to 10 access points and public Wi-Fi provisioning.


Separately, MyRepublic has launched the nation's first 1Gbps no-contract fiber service as part of plans to expand its presence in the market.


MyRepublic will offer the no-contract gigabit  service to consumers at S$69.99 per month. A two-year contract sports a price of S$49.99.

The total fixed network broadband market, based on current accounts, is a bit over 11.5 million, total, including all platforms (fiber, digital subscriber line, cable TV).

The existence of the Nationwide Broadband Network means any service provider can buy wholesale access at speeds up to 10 Gbps and resell service in Singapore.

The total fixed network broadband market, based on current accounts, is a bit over 11.5 million, total, including all platforms (fiber, digital subscriber line, cable TV). The
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