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M1 launches Singapore’s first 4G prepaid broadband service

Zafar Anjum | March 26, 2013
Ultra-fast nationwide 4G data access for prepaid customers of the telco

Singapore telco M1 Limited (M1) has launched the M1 4G Prepaid Data, which it claims to be Singapore's first 4G prepaid broadband service.

This follows the launch of Southeast Asia's first nationwide 4G service in September 2012, the telco said in a statement today.

With the newly launched M1 4G Prepaid Data, M1 prepaid customers can now access data faster on their tablets and other mobile devices on M1's nationwide 4G network, with theoretical download speeds of up to 75Mbps.

This prepaid service is available at S$18 and comes with 1GB of local data, which is valid for 30 days' usage or upon completion of data bundle.

The service is available through a Micro or Nano SIM card and customers can easily top up the M1 4G Prepaid Data via the M1 top-up card or a credit card.

The new service is available for purchase at all M1 Shops and exclusive dealer shops, the telco said.



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