With SingTel and M1 annoucing their Next Generation National Broadband Network (NGNBN) Internet plans yesterday, another provider has unveiled their offerings. SuperInternet, one of the smaller operators, has put up their competitive pricing plans on their website.

SuperInternet, one of the local providers, has announced their Next Generation National Broadband Network (NGNBN) Internet pricing.

For the 100Mbps Basic Residential Service, it will be priced at S$50/mth x 24 (S$53.50 w/GST) with a S$200 One-Time Charge (S$214 w/GST), though this is the launch promotion pricing. Note that the peak upload speed is capped at 50Mbps.

For the 100Mbps Business Service, the price is S$178/mth x 24 (S$190.46 w/GST)
S$975 One-Time Charge (S$1043.25 w/GST). Note that these plans are applicable to all Non-Residential Premises. The PIR and CIR are rated at – PIR: 100Mbps Symmetrical; CIR: 25Mbps Symmetrical.

Source: SuperInternet