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Singapore's MyRepublic joins crowded mobile market with StarHub

Broadband company strikes deal to become virtual network operator

Singapore's mobile market is saturated, with a penetration rate of over 100%.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- Broadband internet provider MyRepublic is pushing into mobile services in Singapore through a partnership with StarHub, further stoking the competitive fires in the city-state's telecom market.

MyRepublic will be able to use StarHub's network infrastructure to offer services, under a mobile virtual network operator arrangement announced on Thursday. Yap Yong Teck, managing director of MyRepublic Singapore, said the company is targeting "Singapore's younger, more tech-savvy crowd."

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