SingTel has been voted the Best Mobile Operator and Best Internet Service Provider (ISP) for the third consecutive year at the prestigious 2012 HardwareMag (HWM) and HardwareZone.com Tech Awards. It won the awards in the Reader’s Choice category based on votes of more than 155,000 readers.
SingTel was voted Best Mobile Operator for superior coverage, reliability and speeds of its mobile services. It broke new ground with the introduction of Priority Pass, the first mobile broadband service in Singapore to offer customers priority for their data traffic, thus ensuring smoother streaming and downloads. As a first for the mobile industry in Asia, it published the typical speeds of its mobile broadband services and was recognised for its growing suite of innovative mobile applications, which includes the skoob eBook service, deF!ND digital concierge, AMPed music download service and Barclays Premier League (BPL) video streaming service.
Readers voted SingTel the best Internet Service Provider for its suite of broadband services over fibre and ADSL platforms, enabling customers to enjoy smooth, high-performance connectivity for content-sharing, online games and rich multimedia applications such as video streaming and multi-party video chats.
Mr Yuen Kuan Moon, Executive VP of SingTel’s Digital Consumer Group, said: “We are honoured that for the third year in a row, Singaporeans have voted SingTel as the nation’s number one mobile and internet services provider.”
“We thank our customers for their support and their trust in us. Their feedback helps us to understand their needs and serve them better. This recognition will motivate us to strive even harder to do our best.”