MyRepublic’s new no-contract 5G plans include 100 GB of data for SIM and eSIM users

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MyRepublic’s new no-contract 5G plans include 100 GB of data for SIM and eSIM users

MyRepublic announced her today (January 17, 2023). new 5G mobile subscriptionaimed at tech-savvy users who want high-speed mobile data without a contract.

Screenshot of MyRepublic's 5G plans from the official website.

Called the MyRepublic 5G mobile subscriptionthe ISP offers two classic MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) style subscription structures: it is one plan without a contract without a bundled phone, on top of a generous amount of mobile data on one 5G standalone (5G SA) network. MyRepublic also adds a few other benefits to differentiate itself from competing MVNO 5G plans.

First are the plans available as physical SIM or eSIM, and users have the option to choose either activation mode. eSIM would make the subscription available in minutes (during the setup process, which can be done online). With a physical SIM card, a compatible 5G SIM card is sent to the user while they wait for the number port to take place. MyRepublic also added a handy list of compatible smartphones that support the 5G network.

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Second, MyRepublic claimed to have one of the lowest prices per GB for its 5G connection. We’ve included the two plans below for your reference.











MyRepublic 5G mobile subscription
Plan name 5Gplus 5G Ultimate
Price per month S$19.95 (UPS$24.95) S$29.95 (UP S$34.95)
Facts 100 GB, with unlimited managed speeds thereafter Unlimited at 5 GB per day, with managed speeds thereafter
Local outgoing minutes 1,200 1,500
Texting 1,200 1,500
Benefit 1 GB of free roaming data for the first 6 months (Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand)
Others

Choice of physical SIM card or eSIM


Free caller ID, incoming calls, texts


Plan without a contract

FAQ More info via MR’s FAQ here

The plans roughly work out at about S$0.20 per GB with their promotional price, which is slightly or moderately cheaper (per GB) than other existing MVNO 5G plans.

This is in addition to several unique benefits such as its free 1GB/month roaming data for Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand (first six months only), and free parts such as Caller ID, incoming calls and texts.

The “unlimited local data” in these bundles help avoid high bills: Going over your allotment gives you easily managed network speeds for essentials like calling, texting, and surfing.

“MyRepublic’s goal is to redefine mobile connectivity for our consumers and give them the true modern connectivity experience. Our 5G mobile plans are a step in that direction and our response to consumer demand for faster, reliable and affordable internet connectivity, enabling our consumers to ‘live with 5G’, without fear of lag interrupting their lifestyle, whether for work or leisure,” said Lawrence Chan, Managing Director, MyRepublic Singapore.

Until register interested users can do this for MyRepublic’s new 5G subscriptions through her online website hereor visit one of the seven physical points of sale (AMK Hub, Bedok Mall, Hillion Mall, JCube, NEX, Seletar Mall and Sembawang Mall).

MyRepublic’s MVNO services depend on M1’s backbone network. It joins other local virtual operators in its class — such as Zero1, GOMO, Circles.Life and Giga — to provide 5G network coverage without the need for a bundled, contract-based smartphone. The MVNO services are loved by our readers, who have won the Best MVNO Service Provider in Singapore award in our HWZ Tech Awards Readers’ Choice for three consecutive years (2020 to 2022).