By July 2015, Singtel is the first in South East Asia to launch the Tri-band 4G+ network that delivers speeds beyond 300Mbps. Tri-band Carrier Aggregation (also known as the three-carrier LTE-Advanced) is capable of achieving peak download speeds of up to 450Mbps1. This means downloading a 1 GB file now takes up to 2.2 times faster than 4G speeds2
By October 2015, the Tri-band 4G+ network will be available at 9 major shopping malls and housing estates in Punggol and Sengkang. Singtel will progressively roll out more locations over the next 2 years.
Currently, street level coverage for 4G+ 300Mbps extends to more than 95% of the country. Indoor coverage is available at more than 400 indoor locations by end of 2015. This means that you will be able to enjoy surfing the Internet at superfast speeds of between 20Mbps to 140Mbps!
1 450Mbps is the theoretical peak speed of Tri-band Carrier Aggregation under lab environment.
2 Majority of the 4G devices ownership, Cat 4 - Speed up to 150mbps.
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2 Refers to 4G-Cat 4, download speed up to 150Mbps.
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