Mobile

Huawei Assured Consumers Of Continued Updates & Services, But How Will S'poreans React?

Huawei announced that users who have already bought its products will not be affected following its ban. It will continue to provide security updates and after sales services to its consumers. It did not forget to remind fans of its "substantial contributions" to the tech industry and users all over the world. Will Singaporeans remain indifferent or rush to sell their phones?

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UNETHICAL MOBILE SHOP TRIED TO OVERCHARGE MY MOTHER FOR PREPAID SIMCARD

Please help to share and eliminate this Black Shop (L & H Mobile). This is Jovan Chew number 2. They saw me taking photo and started hiding. My mother went to a shop to purchase a Starhub prepaid card, and was told that the card is $38 and has no value in it. Thereafter, she was asked to top up another $10 for the value inside. After they left the shop, my mother went to check with another shop for the same card, which she was told that there is already a $10 credit inside.

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MyRepublic to be Singapore's fourth telco?

After more than a decade, Singapore could finally have its fourth full-fledged telecommunications company. The newest kid on the block, two-year-old local broadband services provider MyRepublic, says it has fibre connections set up islandwide, and is prepared to begin providing mobile services. Analysts say a fourth telco could enhance competition and give users more options. Already, MyRepublic is saying that it will offer unlimited data bundles - which are not available now.

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