For a while now, there have been mutterings here and there that the NBN Co's vain attempts to raise its average revenue per user — which has the fancy acronym ARPU — will face a real challenge once 5G gets a foothold in the community and retail service providers decide to use it to challenge the government monopoly.
Singapore's telcos have chosen Finland's Nokia and Sweden's Ericsson for their 5G networks, leaving China's Huawei, the biggest global provider of 5G equipment, out in the cold.
Japan's NEC has been selected by the Asia Direct Cable Consortium to construct the 9,400-kilometre long Asia Pacific submarine cable which is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2022.
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