TPG Singapore will end it’s trial for it’s early batch of trialist by 1159 hrs tonight. If you haven’t sign up for the new $10 for 50 GB plan, you still have around 4 hours to do so at it’s portal site.

The free trial offering to new users ceased to be available on 31 March 2020. TPG Singapore’s first paid plan was launched on 31 March 2020, and the number of new customers who had subscribed to that plan as at 30 April
2020 was approximately 7,000. Also on 31 March 2020, the first batch of approximately 186,000 free trial users were given 60 days’ notice that their free trial period was ending and similar notices will be given to the remaining free trial users over 2020.

On the other hand, readers have feed back that there is 4G signal and in the MRT tunnels from Sengkang to Serangoon. It is unsure if the whole stretch of the North East Line is fully covered. Do let us know @ocworkbench

[Update 30/May/2020] Dhoby Ghaut station has some coverage.
Little India -> Farrer Park -> has intermittent coverage.
Farrer Park -> Boon Keng -> Potong Pasir No coverage.
Potong Pasir -> Woodleigh has coverage. 4 bars on Band 8. Signal Level -82
Woodleigh -> Serangoon has coverage, 4 bars on Band 8. Signal level -82

This is the timeline that TPG plans to get the whole MRT network covered by Q2 2021.

Underground Location (Expressways and MRT)Provision of Network Coverage*
North-East Line (NEL)Q3 2020
Changi Airport Line (Along EWL)Q4 2020
Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE)Q2 2021
North-South and East-West Lines (NSL/EWL)Q2 2021
Circle Line (CCL)Q2 2021
Downtown Line (DTL)Q2 2021

By Harry