Singtel’s first Customer To Own Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge Phone and Launch of New Communication App

Singtel launches new communication app Wavee in conjunction with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S6 series 



The much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 4G+ and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge 4G+ have arrived at the Marina Bay Sand, Singapore! Miss Sonia is the first Singtel’s Singapore customer to own the Samsung Galaxy S6 series. She has been queuing since 6am in the morning.

Click here to view first customer from other Singapore Telco.


In conjunction with today’s launch, Singtel (stock quote: Z74.SI) announced the launch of Wavee, a next-generation IP-based communications app that allows users to make high-quality voice and video calls, and send instant messages. Singtel is the first mobile operator in Southeast Asia to launch such a service.


Singtel’s Wavee, all-in-one communication app

With Wavee, users can:

– Make high quality voice, VoIP and video calls, send instant messages and SMSes

– Set up chat groups

– Attach photos, videos, sketches, audio files and documents to messages

– Share a location– either their current location or a place on the map

– Multi-task – sending messages and files while on a voice call

Android users have the option to integrate SMSes into their Wavee message inbox – choosing Wavee as their default messaging app directs all SMSes to the app, reducing the need to toggle between the two. Singtel iPhone users will soon be able to enjoy this feature, enabling friends on both platforms to chat using one central inbox.


The app is supported on all devices equipped with Android 4.1 and above, and iOS 7 and above, and is available for free download on the Android Google Play Store and Apple App Store.


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