Introduced Singapore’s first solar-powered mobile base station enabled vehicle.
Introduced a broad range of home and business broadband plans along with a host of advanced media-rich value-added services over Singapore’s fibre-based Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network.
Adopted world’s first smartphone signalling solution to further enhance network performance and improve end-user smartphone experience.
Launched Singapore's first full DRM-free unified music store.
Made available Singapore’s first microSIM card to support compatible mobile devices.
Scored broadcast rights to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Commenced HSPA+ network upgrade to support up to 42.2Mbps on the downlink.
Launched new mobile TV client to enhance TV viewing on smartphones.
Partnered Golden Village and launched Singapore’s first movie-ticketing service on television.
Launched undersea cable system, Asia-America Gateway, in Singapore
Launched Singapore's first pre-paid data plan for BlackBerry service
Digital Voice customer base reached 200,000 households
First in Asia to offer free local data access to Windows Live Messenger and Facebook on supported handset models
Deployed first solar powered mobile base station in Singapore
Launched Singapore's first commercial HSPA+ service
StarHub was added to the MSCI Singapore Free Index
Selected to build and manage OpCo for Singapore's Next Gen NBN
StarHub TV went fully digital
StarHub wins exclusive UEFA EURO 2008 rights and broadcast the content across multiple platforms on cable TV, online and mobile networks.
StarHub launched the first nation-wide location-based mobile advertising service.
StarHub started expansion and upgrade of its 3.5G mobile network to deliver unparalleled mobile surfing experience and improved indoor and outdoor coverage.
StarHub, the Singapore carrier of the Asia-America submarine cable system, celebrated the landing of the cable in Singapore.
StarHub offered unprecedented Beijing 2008 Olympic Games coverage, including six dedicated channels via cable TV and mobile, and HD coverage via MediaCorp- HD5.
StarHub launched Demand TV, comprising both On Demand Channels and true Video-on-Demand services, allowing viewers to enjoy instant access to content at advanced windows.
StarHub launched Home Zone, the world's first commercial 3G Femtocell service.
StarHub customers enjoy free wireless broadband access at all StarHub hotspots in Singapore. They can also get free access to Wireless@SG services through a Memorandum of Understanding reached between StarHub and QMax Communications.
StarHub launched Southeast Asia's first commercial High Definition Television service.
StarHub launches HubStation, an integrated device that enables consumers to watch, surf and talk, all at the same time.
StarHub to launch fastest two-way High-Speed Packet Access Service (HSPA) nationwide.
StarHub commercially launches pfingo, the innovative new mobile Internet service suite.
StarHub and EZ-Link launch Near-Field Communications (NFC) phone trial.
StarHub launches HubStation FlexiWatch, a new prepaid cable TV service that allows non-cable TV customers to subscribe to an exciting line-up of channels and pay only for the duration for which they wish to enjoy the channels.
StarHub launched Voice-over-IP services using a SIP adaptor for homes and businesses
StarHub announced maiden net profit for the financial year ended 31 December 2005
StarHub announced the upgrade of its broadband HFC cable network to a DOCSIS 3.0 compliant architecture to deliver ultra-high broadband speeds for customers in the second half of 2006
StarHub and six other Asian mobile operators formed alliance for global roaming and corporate mobile services
StarHub launched Smart TV, a digital recording service to allow customers to 'time shift' so that they have more control when TV programmes are viewed
StarHub began customer trials of High Definition TV
StarHub introduced first Nokia i-mode enabled phone in Singapore
StarHub rebranded its community outreach programme with the launch of StarHub Sparks Fund
StarHub launched pre-paid cable TV service - FlexiWatch - to provide a wide selection of channels on a flexible pay-per-use basis
StarHub won exclusive rights for the next three seasons of the Barclays English Premier League, commencing from the 2007/2008 season, for the Singapore market
Singapore became the first country in the world to commercially launch 100Mbps (MaxOnline Ultimate) residential broadband services nation-wide, as StarHub marks another milestone with its deployment of DOCSIS 3.0 technology
StarHub bumped up the download speeds for MaxOnline 4000 and MaxOnline 6000 plans, from 4Mbps to 6Mbps and from 6.5Mbps to 12Mbps respectively. MaxOnline 4000 has been renamed MaxOnline Express and MaxOnline 6500, MaxOnline Premium
Official launch of Conexus Mobile Alliance, Asia's largest alliance of mobile operators, of which StarHub is founding member, has a coverage footprint to over 130 million mobile subscribers in nine countries and regions
StarHub and NTT DoCoMo form exclusive strategic partnership for i-mode in Singapore
StarHub introduced Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) system which offers better quality service and a compelling selection of cable TV channels for corporate customers
StarHub launched 3G services and introduced a broad portfolio of mobile video content over its 2G and 3G mobile platforms
StarHub launched MaxOnline Ultimate, the highest download speed available for residential broadband access plan in Singapore, at up to 25 Mbps
StarHub launched Demand TV, Singapore's first near video-on-demand service on television
StarHub has been included in the FTSE/ASEAN Index that has 180 constituents and will be the benchmark for the five South East Asian financial markets - Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand
StarHub distributed maiden dividend on 9 September 2005
StarHub launched i-mode mobile Internet service exclusively over its 2.5G and 3G networks, offering over 100 sites from more than 80 international and local content providers
StarHub launched Singapore's first prepaid broadband service - MaxOnline 2000 FlexiSurf, without registration and monthly bill payment
StarHub and Connexion by Boeing signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide in-flight wireless broadband Internet access to StarHub's customers
StarHub launched Digital Cable services
StarHub partnered EMI Music Singapore to launch the largest music download service on StarHub's music portal, ;Play
StarHub exceeded 1 million mobile subscribers
StarHub was listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited
StarHub rolled out its 3G network and started customer trials of 3G services
StarHub was the first in Singapore to launch an MMS/SMS channel named HubTV (StarHub CableTV, Channel 26)
StarHub initiated the Wireless Broadband Alliance, aimed at driving wireless broadband adoption around the world. The Alliance has 18 members as at end 2003
StarHub and Satelindo reached an agreement to market and sell StarHub Tier-One Global IP Transit Services in Indonesia
StarHub was the first in Singapore to commercially launch BlackBerry, the world's leading secure wireless email platform
StarHub and Indosat announced a major tie-up aimed at improving enterprise-wide data services and connectivity for companies in Singapore and Indonesia. A direct IPLC link between Singapore, Batam and Bintan was launched as a maiden project
StarHub was the first in Singapore to offer free IDD 018 calls to China, Hong Kong and the United States, in addition to Malaysia, made to both fixed and mobile lines in these destinations
StarHub has appointed Nokia as its 3G network vendor in Singapore
StarHub established cable broadband open standard in Singapore, the first country in Asia and among the first in the world. This service allows other ISPs to provide their own cable broadband service via StarHub's cable network