Smartphone owners in Singapore subscribe to either SingTel, StarHub, or M1, the country’s three major telcos. Now, MyRepublic has declared interest to be the fourth player. Its key attraction? A 4G mobile plan with “unlimited” data, which is practically unheard of in Singapore. “Global experience from other markets shows that markets with three mobile operators – typically characterized by a lack of price competition, mediocre quality of service and pent-up innovation – can be made to deliver more value to consumers by the introduction of a fourth mobile operator,” it says in a not-so-subtle dig at the incumbents.