Singapore’s Lowest-priced 300Mbps Home Fibre Broadband Plan Now Launched!
Whiz Communications Beats the Market Price Once Again!
– Whiz Communications finally offers a new 300Mbps home fibre broadband plan, after registering strong growth in the 1Gbps home fibre broadband category.
– Whiz Communications keeps its promise of providing the lowest-priced home fibre broadband services in Singapore
– At only S$26/month for 24 months, this is Singapore’s lowest-priced 300Mbps home fibre broadband plan ever!
– Additional perks for early birds:
o Free weekday delivery and installation for the first 200 customers worth $53.50.
o Purchase-with-Purchase offer for all customers, i.e TP-Link Archer C1200 Dual Band Wireless Router at only $68 nett (U.P $98
Singapore, 30 May 2018– 18 months after launching the lowest-priced 1Gbps home fibre broadband plan in Singapore, Whiz Communications (WhizComms) has branched out to offer 300Mbps home fibre broadband plans! Keeping its promise of providing the lowest-priced home fibre broadband services in Singapore, WhizComms has launched its 300Mbps home fibre broadband plans from S$26/month onwards!
This bang-for-buck plan is ideal for cost-conscious customers who require internet service to perform simple day-to-day online activities, such as streaming high-definition videos for entertainment or videoconferencing with friends or loved ones..
Similar to its 1Gbps home fibre broadband plans, WhizComms’s 300Mbps home fibre broadband plans come in two contractual periods – 24 months and 12 months. The table below summarises the prices for WhizComms’s 300Mbps home fibre broadband services.
“WhizComms first launched its service with the intention of bringing customers quality internet service at the lowest possible prices,” said Mr Chiang Chee Cheong, Managing Director of WhizComms. “With the launch of the 300Mbps home fibre broadband service, we are targeting to reach an even wider group of users in Singapore, and benefit those who only need internet services for surfing and streaming videos on platforms such as YouTube and Facebook.”
It looks like the broadband war has lower it’s tier to the 300 Mbps level. How will the 3 telcos react ? M1, usually with the most aggressive pricing has a 500 Mbps at S$29/mth. It is still the cheapest so far as it throws in a 500MB data SIM card and a fixed voice line (which you can port your old copper wire 6 series number over).