M1 announces nationwide LTE for Singapore

Singapore telco M1 has joined its rival SingTel in launching LTE, or 4G, services in Singapore. You'll be able to sign up for the new network on September 15--and here are the price plans. Note that M1 has also followed SingTel's lead in reducing the data caps from the current 12GB in its newest plans. M1 says that 20 percent of its users consume 80 percent of the total mobile data, while 78 percent use less than 2GB. //asia.cnet.com

Good article - tariffs, UE - all covered. Still I have a questions: which band/bands new network will operate - band 7? band 38? band 3? And who is the vendors - Huawe and NSN or just Huawei?

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