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M1 offers new connectivity option to enterprise customers

Friday, August 28, 2015 - 17:09
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Telco operator M1 on Friday expanded its corporate internet services by introducing a new class of connectivity service which sits between its entry level service and its top-of-the-line high speed connectivity option targeted at large enterprises.

Telco operator M1 on Friday expanded its corporate internet services by introducing a new class of connectivity service which sits between its entry level service and its top-of-the-line high speed connectivity option targeted at large enterprises.

The telco has had, till now, two speeds on offer for its GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) fibre services. One is a service that gives speeds of up to one giga bits per second (Gbps) and the other is its 10Gbps active ethernet service which is aimed at banks and other top customers. The new service will sit in-between the two services by offering what the telco claims to be Singapore's first 2Gbps to 10Gbps GPON service.

The new XGPON (the formal name of the offering with X standing for 10) service, priced at S$1,088 per month for a 2Gbps service to S$2,888 for a 10Gbps service (plus a one-time fee of S$858), are available immediately islandwide on the national fibre network to M1's corporate customers.

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