The internet service provider (ISP) highly sought after by youths- MyRepublic- announced on Thursday (May 3) that it will partner telco StarHub to offer mobile services here.
In a press release, the ISP said it has formed a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) partnership with StarHub, which allows it to tap onto the telco’s infrastructure to offer mobile services, similar to what its competitor, Circles.Life, has done with M1.
Details about the mobile plans they intend to launch have yet to be revealed, but MyRepublic managing director for Singapore Yap Yong Teck said the company intends to develop its mobility services with Singapore’s younger, more tech-savvy crowd as its focus.
Mr. Yap also holds StarHub’s mobile networks in high regard and believes that the telco is able to value-add to MyRepublic’s corporate strategy.
The ISP expresses its optimism towards the timeline of the launch of its mobile services and plans to reveal details on the available plans and bundles soon.