Singaporean Internet startup MyRepublic to launch in Australia




MyRepublic, an up-and-coming Singaporean broadband Internet provider, has set its sights on Australia.

The company hopes to launch services in Australia in mid-2016, cofounder Malcolm Rodrigues told Fairfax Media Tuesday.

The company has already expanded from Singapore, where it says it supplies Internet to more than 30,000 homes and businesses, into New Zealand and Indonesia.

MyRepublic prides itself on running as a lean tech startup in order to offer customers a bargain, and Rodrigues told the publication he wants to bring the fight to Australia’s telecommunications sector Read more…

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