Mobile World Live — Singapore’s three established mobile operators all announced heavy data discounts for their postpaid 4G customers within 24 hours of mobile hopeful MyRepublic posting its proposed mobile data tariffs, if it wins the fourth licence, on its website. The ISP announced last week it will introduce unlimited data tariffs for SGD80 (about $58) a month as well as offer 2GB data plans for just SGD8 per month.
Mobile World Live — Singapore’s mobile hopeful MyRepublic is putting the pressure on the country’s three established mobile players, with a PR blitz that is likely to start a price war long before it even bids for the fourth mobile licence.
The tech investment scene in Indonesia is getting bigger by the minute, and it’s good to see more local companies paying attention to the tech scene. Yesterday, Indonesian energy company Dian Swastatika Sentosa (DSS) (Indonesia:DSSA) invested SGD$4.4 million (US$3.5 million) into Singapore-based internet service provider MyRepublic for 5.9 percent ownership. DSS is part of Indonesian conglomerate Sinar Mas Group. The news was first reported by DailySocial.