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  • Notification – Suspend Work

    Temporary Suspension of All Fibre Installation and Repair Work
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    OpenNet’s Key Sub-contractor has temporarily suspended all fibre installation and repair work with immediate effect to safeguard the health of its workers as the haze situation worsens in Singapore. The current stop work order is applicable till further notice.
    OpenNet apologizes for any inconvenience caused to subscribers whose [...]

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  • OpenNet’s contractor resumes fibre installation, repair work

    OpenNet’s Key Sub-contractor (KSC) has lifted the temporary suspension of fibre installation and repair work issued on the afternoon of 21 June 2013. The precaution was taken to safeguard the health of the KSC’s workers as the haze reached hazardous levels in Singapore. All work resumed the same day as the smog cleared later in [...]

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  • OpenNet’s contractor temporarily halts fibre installation and repair work to protect workers from the effects of worsening air quality

    Singapore, 21 June 2013 – OpenNet’s Key Sub-contractor has temporarily suspended all fibre installation and repair work with immediate effect to safeguard the health of its authorized contractor’s workers as the haze situation worsens in Singapore. The current stop work order is applicable till further notice.
    OpenNet apologizes for any inconvenience this action may have on [...]

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  • Notice: Presidential Elections on Sat 27 Aug 2011

    Dear Homeowners,
    27 Aug 2011 had been scheduled as the Polling Day for Presidential Election if there is a contest. A Polling Day will be declared as statutory public holiday in Singapore.
    In view of the above, OpenNet’s optical fibre Termination Point installation for your homes will be rescheduled to a later period. Nearing the rescheduled period, you [...]

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  • Notice: Homeowners with scheduled installation on 7 May 2011

    21 Apr 2011
    Dear Homeowners,
    7 May 2011 had been announced as the Polling Day, a declared statutory public holiday in Singapore.
    As such, OpenNet’s optical fibre Termination Point installation for your homes will be rescheduled to take place between late May to mid-June 2011. You will be informed on the availability of your new appointment slots. Securing [...]

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  • Notice: Homeowners from Premiere@Tampines

    09 Mar 2011
    Dear Home Owners,
    OpenNet’s optical fibre Termination Point installation for your homes has been put on hold. OpenNet is seeking further approval from Tampines Town Council to resume these installations.
    We are in the midst of contacting homeowners who had previously scheduled installations with us. If you are one of these homeowners and have yet [...]

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  • New Chief Executive Officer for OpenNet Pte Ltd

    14 September 2010 – Mr. Khoo Chin Hean will be joining OpenNet Pte Ltd as CEO-Designate on 1st October 2010. He will succeed Mrs. Tan Kah-Rhu, as OpenNet’s CEO with effect from 1st November 2010. She will be leaving OpenNet to pursue other interests.
    Tan Kah Rhu
    Mrs. Tan, a veteran in the aviation and telecommunications industries [...]

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  • Notice: Homeowners who have previously installed the Optical Fibre Termination Box

    With the recent announcement from the Retail Service Providers (RSPs) regarding their respective NGNBN optical fibre broadband plans, you may be wondering whether your home’s optical fibre Termination Point (TP) is ready for service.
    Here are a few guidelines that may be helpful:

    If your home was recently installed with a TP, it may still be undergoing [...]

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  • OpenNet Fibre Installation Terms & Conditions

    By submitting or, where applicable, authorising your tenant to submit, a Form (defined below) to us, OpenNet Pte Ltd, you signify your agreement to the terms and conditions in the Form and as set out below.
    1.  Definitions.  In these terms and conditions:
    “1st TP” means the first termination point within the Premises.
    “Agreement” means the OpenNet Fibre Installation [...]

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  • Landed Property

    As a homeowner of Landed Property, how will the optical fibre will reach my home?
    For landed properties, the optical cable will be installed via SingTel’s existing underground pipe. This can be found running along the pavement and/or carriageway outside your house. If you do not have this, you will need to provide an underground [...]

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