There is a palpable shift on the local telco scene. From the tough competition in growth years, some of the smaller players have adopted a more open and collaborative stance as they all struggle to eke out new growth.

StarHub and M1 got the ball rolling last year when they entered into a joint venture to share the costly bill of 5G deployment. Most recently, the collaborative stance took another big step forward. On Sept 22, StarHub announced it is taking 51% stake in a new entity holding MyRepublic’s Singapore broadband business.

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