I have an urgent (today/tomorrow) requirement for how to deliver a normal internet service in Singapore... most likely the downtown area.
Has anyone got any contacts or links to pricing - also maybe someone who can install a router configured in Australia.
I'm looking for a good download limit includes, or flat rate, with static IP a must.
Please reply off-list.
PS.. I realise this is NANog, but I assume people on this list may service international offices for their organisations.
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