Last year, Singapore internet service provider MyRepublic rolled out its initial range of mobile plans that start from $35/month for 7GB data following its announcement to offer mobile services as an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator).
MyRepublic today (30 August) announced the launch of its all-unlimited mobile plan that costs $48/month.
The new SIM-only plan has no minimum contract requirement and offers unlimited data, local SMS, and talktime to users.
To clarify, MyRepublic stated that users get 3GB of high-speed data each day, followed by unlimited data at lower speeds after exceeding that amount.
Under the Boundless Data feature, users won’t be charged extra should they exceed their daily high-speed data allowance.
The new range of plans include an $18/month for 1GB data plan and a $35/month plan for 12GB data plan.
Emphasising on its “no hidden charges” product philosophy, users who subscribe to this new all-unlimited plan are also offered the free Value Added Services (VAS) such as Caller ID, free SIM card activation, and free delivery.
Lawrence Chan, Managing Director of MyRepublic Singapore said, “At the end of the day it’s about the customer experience, of never having to worry about the limits of the service you’re using, whether it’s data, voice or SMS.”
Since the firm began offering mobile services, they have been aiming to provide a fully unlimited mobile plan, he added.
Check out the plans here. Current MyRepublic mobile customers can also switch to this new plan via MyAccount or the MyRepublic mobile app.
Featured Image Credit: Screenshot of MyRepublic’s website