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StarHub launches new residential TV on Fibre service

9 Apr 2015

Singapore full service operator StarHub today launched its new IPTV service for residential customers, dubbed ‘StarHub TV on Fibre’, which will be delivered over the city-state’s Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (Nex Gen NBN), offering high-definition (HD) content, the promise of ‘personalised features’ and greater interactivity. According to the company, the HD platform will allow users to access ‘the same comprehensive suite of over 200 channels that are currently offered on StarHub TV1’, as well as simultaneous recording of up to two programmes.

People wishing to sign up to StarHub TV on Fibre will need to be in a fibre-ready area of the city-state and will need either a StarHub Fibre Home Broadband subscription or a HomeHub plan. Each of StarHub’s HomeHub (Fibre) plans includes StarHub TV on Fibre, Fibre Home Broadband, a 21Mbps Mobile Broadband and a Home Phone Line. Subscription fees for StarHub TV on Fibre are similar to prices for StarHub’s existing cable TV service. Rental for the IPTV set-top box costs SGD6.42 (USD5.06) per month (including taxes). TeleGeography notes that StarHub had a total of 542,000 cable TV users as at 31 December 2014, as well as 469,000 broadband customers. However, it does not provide splits between its cable and fibre broadband users.

Singapore, StarHub

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