Friday, March 14, 2014


Finally...there is some sense of pride in MyRepublic.
The 1Gbps (*read 1000mega bits per second) is up and running and since the speed limit of GBE cards is that, there is nothing the traffic lights can do but suck it up.

This was  a pic shot using a real end user...and using MYREPUBLIC internal speedtest server

The gives a bad safe to say..they are not ready..

Enjoy the light speed

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Beta Testing

Due to overwhelming orders and OpenNet external delays, there is some delay in the rollout. However, Beta Testing is now starting and we are happy to see it thru.

Should any questions please liase with your channel partner manager or accounts manager for help.

We would suggest that you wire your home up with CAT 6 (Full Copper) so that you could enjoy the full Gigabit speed.

Please call MARC at 85710041 for pricing details. Do quote that you are a MyRepublic Customer to enjoy the preferred rate. Usual cost over $300 per point.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Gigabit Connections.....

Now that MyRepublic has placed the other ISP on the chopping board, what can you do to get GIGABIT CONNECTION????

For many home users, the number up to 1000mbps is super great. But in actual fact, majority can't touch that wonderful speed due to equipment specifications.

Even at Gigabit port to your router, can that router that the load?? Or can your LAN Port get to that speed? How about the cables??

Here is something you SHOULD have to get to that speed

Gigabit to 10GBE LAN port ( only avail to commercial servers )
Cisco commercial router or Watchguard or so...
CAT 6 shielded
Separate AP or router for the WiFi... ASUS AC66 could do it....

but eventually, you be happy to smack over 500mbps
otherwise, for home users, be happy to touch even half that speed as your hard disk can't even take 300mbps just FYI unless you are on NAND DRIVE.

I tested that specs using a dedicated server, so it does work.....and almost blew my hard drives.

have fun

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Cheapest on thy block: $49.99 for 1GBPS!!

That's correct.


That's 1,000 Mbps which is equivalent of downloading the whole DVD in less than 30 seconds flat...subjective to equipment and data burst.

If you have issues applying, please contact us directly.

Current customers can upgrade for $58 activation fee.
T&C Applies