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February 21, 2009

Google phones to hit Singapore market today
Singapore Telecommunications said on Friday it will begin selling the HTC Dream, or Google mobile phone, in Singapore from February 21, making it the second market in Asia to see their launch.

The HTC phone is better known as the Google phone because it comes preloaded with software such as Google Web Search, Gmail and Google Calendar. SingTel will also offer subscribers video-on-demand via the new phones.

SingTel, which owns Australia's Optus as well as stakes in several regional mobile phone operators, will sell the Google phone for S$38 ($24.72) to customers who agree to take up the

most expensive subscription package of S$95 a month. SingTel launched the phone in Australia earlier this month











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