Upon Installation of Termination Point

Building with their Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) obtained by the developer after 2016 is likely to be under the Code of Practice for Info-Communication Facilities in Buildings 2013, COPIF 2013. For more information on COPIF, please refer to IMDA's website.

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    COPIF 2008

    You may contact your preferred Retail Service Provider to sign up for fibre broadband service.

    COPIF 2013

    You may contact your preferred Retail Service Provider to sign up for fibre broadband service.

     

  • COPIF 2008COPIF 2013
    COPIF 2008

    You can choose to connect your home with the following home networking options:


    • WiFi – Using a wireless router to transmit data signals throughout the home. Please note that WiFi signals weaken when transmitting over distances and through obstacles. Place the router close to where you always use WiFi to optimise coverage.
    • Structured Cabling RJ45 (min Cat 5 Cabling) – Pre-planned network cables to connect to other networking devices within the home via physical Ethernet connections.

     

    Home networking equipment such as the router is connected to the Optical Network Terminal (ONT), which will be provided by your Retail Service Provider when you subscribe to its services.

     

    Home networking equipment cannot be plugged directly into NetLink Trust’s Termination Point. Only the ONT can be connected to the Termination Point.

     

    You may also check with your preferred Retail Service Provider regarding your connections and networking options.

    COPIF 2013

    You can choose to connect your home with the following home networking options:

     

    • WiFi – Using a wireless router to transmit data signals throughout the home. Please note that WiFi signals weaken when transmitting over distances and through obstacles. Place the router close to where you always use WiFi to optimize coverage.
    • Structured Cabling RJ45 (min Cat 5 Cabling) – Pre-planned network cables to connect to other networking devices within the home via physical Ethernet connections.

     

    Home networking equipment such as the router is connected to the Optical Network Terminal (ONT), which will be provided by your Retail Service Provider when you subscribe to its services.

     

    Home networking equipment cannot be plugged directly into NetLink Trust’s Termination Point. Only the ONT can be connected to the Termination Point.

     

    You may also check with your preferred Retail Service Provider regarding your connections and networking options.

     

  • COPIF 2008COPIF 2013
    COPIF 2008

    NetLink Trust does not represent any particular service provider or sell Internet packages or broadband services to homeowners.

     

    If a contractor representing NetLink Trust solicits business from you, please take note of the contractor’s name and call our hotline at 6563 4273/ 656-FIBRE to report the issue.

    COPIF 2013

    NetLink Trust does not represent any particular service provider or sell Internet packages or broadband services to homeowners.

     

    If a contractor representing NetLink Trust solicits business from you, please take note of the contractor’s name and call our hotline at 6563 4273/ 656-FIBRE to report the issue.