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1. Free Program Participation, Training and Development. Joining the MPP and product training is free. Fellow MPP Consultants are also around to provide guidance and advice.

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More information about MyRepublic below…

MyRepublic

Type
Private company
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2011
Headquarters Singapore
Area served
Singapore, New Zealand,Indonesia
Slogan Frustration-free internet access and broadband-based services for everyone
Website myrepublic.com.sgmyrepublic.co.nzmyrepublic.co.id
MyRepublic Limited, is an internet service provider in Singapore, New Zealand, and Indonesia. It is the fourth broadband service provider in Singapore. MyRepublic was founded in 2011 by Malcolm Rodrigues, a former Vice President of StarHub International and Wholesale; KC Lai, a former StarHub Senior VP of Consumer Sales; and Greg Mittman, previously a lead of Alcatel-Lucent’s National Broadband Network Team.[1] According to International Data Corporation (IDC) as of October 2014, MyRepublic had a 5% share of the Singapore broadband market, as compared to Singtel (41%), StarHub (32%) and M1 Limited (8%).[2] On 12 October 2014, MyRepublic launched its free 3-month fibre broadband trial in New Zealand.[3]
Contents

1Services
1.1Internet services
2History
2.12012
2.22013
2.32014
2.42015
3Board of Management
4References
5External links

Services
Internet services
In 2011, MyRepublic launched its fibre broadband 100 Mbit/s no-frills plan in Singapore. In 2014, MyRepublic launched its services in the New Zealand market, making effort to provide fibre services of at least 100 Mbit/s to the residential and business sector with no data limits.[4] As of 2015, MyRepublic offers internet speeds of 200 Mbit/s – 1 Gbit/s to residential customers and 100 Mbit/s – 1 Gbit/s to corporate customers[5] in Singapore.
History
2012

In the month of February, StarHub enters into a dispute with MyRepublic, after MyRepublic claimed that StarHub is discouraging its consumers to move to the Next-Gen NBN.[6]

2013

MyRepublic introduces enterprise plans to attract Singapore’s Small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs).[7]
MyRepublic cooperates with Google Apps, Mako Networks, and Singapore-based OSINet to bundle additional services into its business products.[8]
In February 2014, MyRepublic optimized its streaming service for legal media content on the internet.

2014

MyRepublic launches its 1 Gbit/s broadband services starting from S$49.99 per month (US$39) making Singapore the first country to offer 1 Gbit/s, with prices that are “amongst the most affordable in the world”.[9]
On 16 January 2014, MyRepublic announced MyGigNation, an initiative to attract and entice local independent developers to create, build and test “Gigabit-level applications”.[10]
MyRepublic raised $24 million in funding from Sunshine Network and $10 million from French billionaire Xavier Niel [11]
In April, MyRepublic announces its intention to expand into New Zealand by second half of 2014.[12]
In October, MyRepublic launches its free 3-month fibre broadband trial in New Zealand[13]

2015

Ex-P1 CEO Michael Lai joins Singapore’s upstart telco MyRepublic[14]
MyRepublic aims to expand to Malaysia[15][16]
MyRepublic launches fibre service in Indonesia[17]
In August, MyRepublic announces its intention to expand into Australia[18]

Board of Management
MyRepublic’s Board of Management [19]

Malcolm Rodrigues – CEO & Co-founder
Greg Mittman – Vice President & Co-founder
KC Lai – Chief Commercial Officer & Co-founder

References

Gallezo, Krisana. “Singapore telco giants get competition with MyRepublic”. Singapore Business Review. Retrieved 2 April 2015.
“PROPOSED ALLOCATIONOF SPECTRUM FOR INTERNATIONAL MOBLE TELECOMMUNICATIONS (“IMT”) AND IMT-ADVANCED SERVICES AND OPTIONS TO ENHANCE MOBILE COMPETITION” (PDF). Info-Communication Development Authority of Singapore. Retrieved 2 April 2015.
Scoop Media. “MyRepublic launch: NZ’s First Fibre Only Broadband Provider”. Scoop. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Saunders, Glen. “MyRepublic: The First Nationwide Fibre-Only Retail Service Provider” (PDF). IDC. IDC. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
MyRepublic. “MyRepublic for Business”. MyRepublic. MyRepublic. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
Krisana, Gallezo. “Put up or shut up: Starhub warns MyRepublic on NBN claims”. Singapore Business Review. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Lee, Terence. “Partnering Google, internet provider MyRepublic takes battle with telcos to enterprise sector”. Tech In Asia. Retrieved 9 April2015.
Lee, Terence. “Partnering Google, internet provider MyRepublic takes battle with telcos to enterprise sector”. Tech In Asia. Retrieved 9 April2015.
Nurdianah Md Nu, Nurdianah Md Nu. “MyRepublic launches affordable 1 Gbit/s broadband services in Singapore”. cio-asia. Retrieved 9 April2015.
Goh, Daniel. “[Singapore] MyRepublic Launches MyGigNation Developer Initiative”. youngupstarts. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Tham, Irene. “MyRepublic raises $34m for expansion”. asiaone. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Tay, Danial. “MyRepublic gets $24 million to pursue dream of becoming Singapore’s 4th telco”. Techinasia. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Scoop Media. “MyRepublic launch: NZ’s First Fibre Only Broadband Provider”. Scoop. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
Karamjit Singh. “Ex-P1 CEO Michael Lai joins Singapore’s upstart telco MyRepublic”. Digital News Asia. Retrieved 22 May 2015.
TeleGeography. “Singapore start-up MyRepublic eyes Malaysian move”.TeleGeography. Retrieved 8 June 2015.
Bushell-Embling, Dylan. “MyRepublic aims to expand to Malaysia”.Telecom Asia. Retrieved 9 June 2015.
TeleGeography. “MyRepublic launches Indonesian fibre service move”.TeleGeography. Retrieved 12 August 2015.
Mashable. “Singaporean Internet startup MyRepublic to launch in Australia”. Mashable. Retrieved 12 August 2015.
Gallezo, Krisana. “Get to know the people behind My Republic”.Singapore Business Review. Retrieved 9 April 2015.

External links

Official Singapore website
Official New Zealand website
Official Indonesia website

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Internet service providers of New Zealand

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