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Singapore-India telecoms target Indonesia and Australia

MyRepublic and Tata Comm stretch their mobile service across Asia-Pacific

MyRepublic has been trying to get into the mobile business since 2015. (Photo from MyRepublic's Facebook page)

SINGAPORE -- Singapore's broadband internet provider MyRepublic is teaming up with India's Tata Communications to provide new mobile services in the Asia-Pacific, as part of its plans to gain more market share in the region.

MyRepublic will integrate its business processes with Tata Comm's mobility platform, Tata Communications MOVE, to manage operations including service activation, new billing plans and value-added services. The company will also gain access to Tata Comm's mobile network point-of-presence system in Asia and globally.

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