Singapore’s Singtel to launch Samsung Galaxy S6 4G+ and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge 4G+ on 11 April


The much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 4G+ and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge 4G+ will hit Singtel stores in Singapore islandwide on Saturday, 11 April.

Both handsets are equipped to take advantage of Singtel’s extensive and robust 4G+ coverage. Over 150 high-traffic buildings and MRT tunnels are equipped with this technology, which enables surfing speeds of up to 300Mbps on any device that supports 4G+.

“Besides high quality outdoor coverage, we have been investing heavily in enhancing network quality within major shopping malls and MRT stations around the island. Together with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, we will bring Singtel customers the best possible mobile surfing experience,” said Johan Buse, VP of Consumer Marketing, Singtel. “In addition, customers who buy either model on Combo Plans will enjoy an extra 1GB of data for six months.”

Extra data usage with Singtel Premium Wi-Fi

All customers on Combo Plans 2 and above also enjoy free access to Singtel’s Premium WiFi service. The service provides connectivity that is five times faster than most free WiFi services and is available at over 400 hotspots including major shopping malls and MRT stations.

“Since the launch of the Combo Plans last year, more than half of the customers on these plans have been accessing the Singtel Premium WiFi network. Customers find it extremely useful, as it is fuss-free and gives them ready access to more data,” said Buse.

Carefully crafted from metal and glass, the Samsung Galaxy S6 4G+ and Galaxy S6 edge 4G+ feature a fast front and rear camera that capture bright and clear images even in low light environments. Both models will be available in Black Sapphire, White Pearl and Gold Platinum at launch.

Customers who register their interest at from today will be able to collect their handset at a special event on Friday, 10 April.

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