Friday, 21 September 2018

Singapore to shutter 2G networks by April 2017

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 15 June 15

Spectrum to be reallocated for 3G and 4G services; operators urge remaining 2G customers to upgrade.

Singapore's mobile operators on Monday announced they will stop offering 2G services from 1 April 2017. In a joint statement, Singtel, StarHub and M1 said the spectrum will be refarmed for 3G and 4G services in order to cater to increasing demand for mobile broadband…

Singapore's mobile operators on Monday announced they will stop offering 2G services from 1 April 2017. In a joint statement, Singtel, StarHub and M1 said the spectrum will be refarmed for 3G and 4G services in order to cater to increasing demand for mobile broadband…

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