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StarHub back-pedals on 4G fee as IDA steps in

Published Wed, Apr 23, 2014 · 10:00 PM
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[SINGAPORE] StarHub has reversed its decision to charge for 4G access, while the other telcos reviewing their pricing plans are staying pat after regulators did some muscle-flexing.

The Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) of Singapore said in a statement: "The IDA has clarified the matter with the three operators. All the operators have since decided not to charge 4G service prices for existing customers with minimum-term contracts."

It all began last week, when StarHub said that it would begin charging mobile subscribers using its 4G service $2.14 per month from June.

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