What network is Singapore using?

Is GSM still used in Singapore?

SINGAPORE – From April 1, Singapore’s 2G mobile network will be gradually shut down, with a complete cessation of 2G mobile services by April 18. In other words, you won’t be able to make calls, send SMS/MMS or use mobile data with a 2G mobile phone.

What is Singapore LTE band?

Singtel is currently running 4G on LTE 900 (Band 8), LTE1800 (Band 3) and LTE2600 (Band 7). Overseas 4G/LTE operators might be running on different technology, resulting in network compatibility issues when customers bring in 4G smartphones from overseas. 3.

Does Singapore use CDMA?

Singapore telephone service provider MobileOne details its previously announced decision to scrap building a new telephone network using Qualcomm’s CDMA technology.

What country uses LTE network?

List of countries by 4G LTE penetration

Rank Country/Territory Penetration
1 South Korea 97.5%
2 Japan 96.3%
3 Norway 95.5%
4 Hong Kong 94.1%

Does Singapore still support 2G?

Closure of 2G Voice and Data Services

From 1 April 2017, all of Singapore’s mobile operators (including StarHub) will no longer provide 2G mobile services. If you’re on a 2G-only device, you will no longer be able to use voice, SMS and data services.

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What frequency band is 4G LTE?

In many markets 4G data (LTE, WiMax) is on 700 MHz, 1700-2100 MHz, 1900MHz and 2500-2700 MHz). Please contact us directly for 4G solutions. In the case of mid to large building repeater systems, single band systems may be adequate.

What is the frequency used in Singapore?

FM stations

Frequency Station Operator
91.3 MHz One FM 91.3 SPH Radio
92.0 MHz Kiss 92FM
92.4 MHz Symphony 924 Mediacorp
93.3 MHz YES 933

Is starhub GSM or CDMA?

Starhub network frequency

Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE / 5G
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
CDMA 800 / 1700 / 1900
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO

How do I know if my SIM card is GSM or CDMA?

If your phone has an MEID or an ESN number, it’s CDMA. If you see an IMEI number then it’s GSM. If you see both, then your device supports both technologies (lucky you!).

Will US phone work in Singapore?

It looks like Singapore and USA LTE frequencies are not compatible. All Singapore carriers operate at 1800/2600Mhz for LTE. AT&T in the USA operates at 700/1700/1900/2100Mhz. 3G is not compatible, either.