16 November 2007

Starhub maxonline gets free boost to 8Mbps

MaxOnline Express Subscribers To Get A Higher Download Speed at No Additional Cost Subscribers will soon be able to enjoy always-on, unlimited broadband access to the Internet at up to 8Mbps Singapore, 16 November 2007 –StarHub today announced that from 1 January 2008, customers on the MaxOnline Express subscription plan will be able to connect to the Internet at a higher download speed of up to 8Mbps. Currently, this plan provides a broadband speed of up to 6Mbps for downloading.

The speed boost will come at no additional charge to MaxOnline Express customers. MaxOnline Express is priced at S$56 (S$59.92 with GST) monthly.

To benefit from this upcoming enhancement, MaxOnline Express customers need to simply reset the cable modem by turning the electrical power source off and on from the effective date to enjoy the improved online experience instantly.

StarHub's MaxOnline range of post-paid broadband plans are packaged to meet the different bandwidth requirements of residential users who surf the Internet regularly. For occasional or light Internet users, StarHub also offers two MaxOnline pre-paid services. As at 30 September 2007, there are 338,000 households on the MaxOnline service.

More exciting MaxOnline offers for new sign-ups and recontracts can be expected at Sitex 2007. Visit StarHub's booth at 6D01 (Hall 6) from 29 November to 2 December 2007 to find out more!

2 comments:

MaungMaung said...

they are giving the speed they cant provide. Its just a number but not actual speed.

hdtv said...

Today Singtel also upgrades 6mbps users to 8mbps from FEB 2008.

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