Time has come for some of the world’s biggest wireless companies to launch their own online services in Singapore.
The country’s telecommunications regulator has announced that At&T will provide internet access in its network for free for those using its 4G LTE network.
Sony Wireless will offer free internet access on its 4GS network.
The telco will begin providing its 4.5G wireless network to Singapore residents by the end of the year, according to the regulator.
The service will be available in areas of Singapore where there is a high concentration of households, which could be Singaporeans living in big metropolitan areas.
The service will also be available on the Sony network, which is used by about 70% of Singaporeans, the regulator said in a statement.
The new service is also available to users of Sony’s 5G Wi-fi network.
Sony Wireless has been offering internet access to its users for free since January 2017.
The company previously launched the service in Malaysia, Indonesia and India.
In a statement, At&ts said it has been providing free internet service in Singapore since January 2016, and has also provided free access to other markets like China, Thailand and Japan.