With M1 announcing their iPad data plans for consumers, StarHub and SingTel aren’t far behind as the two mobile operators have also introduced their data plans for the Apple iPad. And yes, the plans do not include the product itself and there’s no binding contract either.
Update: StarHub updates postpaid and prepaid iPad data plans
With just one day away from the retail launch of the Apple iPad in Singapore, StarHub and SingTel have also introduced their iPad data plans for their consumers, seeing how M1 have unveiled theirs yesterday.
On SingTel’s website, the mobile operator is also offering both prepaid and postpaid plans. For the monthly postpaid plans (50GB data usage), it is priced at S$34.50 /or S$30.50 a month for 24 months. There is, however, a one-time charge of S$13.38 for the MicroSIM card. SingTel offers a three-day unlimited usage prepaid pass, with S$12.60 one time registration. Top up comes in the form of two days (S$10), seven days (S$24.50) and thirty days (S$49.50).
Update: StarHub iPad postpaid plans is S$32 for 60-day mobile broadband access with a 2GB local bundled usage. For postpaid plans, StarHub offers unlimited mobile broadband access at up to 7.2Mbps which costs S$43.66 monthly for a two-year contract and comes with a free USB modem, and S$36.38 monthly without contract.
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