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We are familiar with the internet and broadband has become a mainstay in many people's lives. However, as computers and computing products become more mobile, especially with tablets, people are wanting to be able to stay connected to the internet whilst they're out and about in Singapore or Overseas.
Mobile broadband enables you to send, receive and download information using the web in the same way as home broadband, except through a mobile network like Singtel, M1, Starhub and MyRepublic. The huge advantage of using a mobile phone network for your internet access is, unlike the broadband you usually get at home, your internet connection moves with you.
You're not tied to a desk and you don't even have to be indoors to go online using mobile broadband. You have the freedom to stay connected wherever you are.
Mobile Wifi, also known as Mi-fi, is a pocket-sized wireless device that allows you to create your own secure Wi-fi hotspot wherever you need it. Connect multiple wireless gadgets to the internet on the go. Simple to set up and use, with no wires or software to install, enjoy carefree surfing anywhere, anytime. You can also use your Mobile Phone to act as Hot Spot for the same purpose for Internet Connection and Sharing.
Ideal for Notebook, Laptops & Netbooks. A mobile broadband dongle plugs straight into your laptop or netbook and allows you to access the internet on the go.
Suitable for devices like Tablets and iPads, Notebook and Laptop, Ultrabook with SIM card slot. Choose a SIM only internet plan, for your tablet, iPad or device with a SIM card slot, and get online to catch up with the latest news, watch films, check your emails and more.
3G was the most widely used mobile data technology in the Singapore. 3G is great for general internet browsing and checking emails and better for low usage. 4G is very good for advanced mobile services such as video and movie streaming. This offers much higher speed up to 60Mbps. But it comes with a higher price tag monthly subscription. One important consideration when making the choice between 3G and 4G technology is the coverage available in your area. If a 4G phone moves out of range of a 4G network, you will only receive 3G speeds. The switch is entirely automatic.
Post-Paid is ideal for frequent Internet use. It's a fixed monthly payment for an amount of data. There's no need to top-up, as it always works and never expires. You'll often get a lot more data for your money, and have a lower initial cost for the Mobile Broadband device from Singtel, M1, Starhub and MyRepublic.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
When you get your mobile broadband device or SIM, it'll be ready to use or put into your mobile broadband device or compatible tablet straight away. The first time you go online with your new mobile broadband device or SIM, you can register or activate your data. That's it and you can now go online.
HOW LONG DOES DATA LAST?
Your data will last until either you use it all up or the time expires, whichever happens first.
HOW MUCH DATA WILL I NEED?
To work out how much data you need, check out the data calculator by all major Mobile Broadband brands.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
You'll also need a compatible tablet or device . If you decide to upgrade or cancel your contract you'll need to give 30 days notice.
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