The Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy IssaThe Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
The Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa

Huawei loses out as Singapore telecom operators choose 5G providers

  • Singapore’s biggest telecom operators Singtel and StarHub have chosen Ericsson and Nokia as their main 5G network provider
  • Huawei, which is a focal point in US/China tensions, still has a foothold in the Singapore market through TPG Telecom’s smaller, local network system
Topic |   Singapore
The Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy IssaThe Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
The Singtel building in central Singapore. The city state gave final approval for the roll-out of nationwide 5G coverage on Wednesday, leaving China’s Huawei Technologies with less significant contracts. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
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