I've signed up the Home Hub 1000 plan. My Fibre internet has been installed this morning and is working fine.
The plan seems to include the Fibre TV (IPTV) subscription. However, the technician did not bring me any IPTV box (just delivered the ONT and the Wireless Router.)
So, how does it work ?
- Do I need to take my existing Set Top Box (Cisco 4586DVB) to Starhub and exchange a new one ?
- Do I install the IPTV box myself, or make an appointment to have it delivered and installed ?
** Homehub 1000 **
1. Fibre Broadband - OK (installed today)
2. Fibre TV - ?
3. Mobile Broadband - OK (using an Android pad)
4. Home Phone Line - OK (working)
The Starhub Set-top box do have network connection behind.
Do connect and try if it works or not.
It look like it is the same.
Refer to the Set-top box
It is the same page where previous title as HD Set-top box without the word "Fibre"
That is most often view this webpage before.
Is your current Set-top box do have problem or not.
If not, then it is best to let it be, as you are familar and setup before.
This is much cheaper, as previouly, this Set-top, was title as HD Set-top box at $14.98 monthly.
Now, it is $6.42.
This is like cut-n-paste or re-title, and the amount is also changed.
I was given this model, Cisco 4586DVB. It was before I switched to using Fibre broadband.
I can see the new boxes are Samsung ones now.
So, just curious if I should replace this with a different box for the Fibre TV, and how to do it.
Just need to bring my old box to Starhub and ask for an exchange ?
[quote]This is much cheaper, as previouly, this Set-top, was title as HD Set-top box at $14.98 monthly.
Now, it is $6.42.[/quote]
Means the cable set-top will still work even after switch to fibre plan?
I thought will terminate.
I assume set-top box must carry-in and swap (same as swapping for faulty set)?
Just plug and play to use.
If never change to fibre set-top box, means SH will continue to bill the higher $14.98?
my parents' house only got SH cable TV subscription.
means next time no need watch TV Liao if no fibre broadband.
If the existing Set-top box do not have any problem, it is best to retain.
Unless the existing Set-top box cannot be used, it can swap &or exchange 1 to 1 (free).
After all, it belong to Starhub, and they have to ensure it is usable, as part of the Service we subscribe to.
As most Set-top box do have all features, but Starhub could alter certain function &or hardware.
And as IPTV is using ONT port-2, this is where it may be different from internet on port-1.
Some Samsung model may not have the internal HDD, as user have to get external HDD for recording.
This is only my own observation &or opinion.
The free monthly home hub voucher got use?
not enough to buy 1 addiitonal group also.
Where got time to watch so many channels?
never redeem every month, means forefeited?
The free monthly home hub vouchers not only allow you to purchase additional group/channels but it also allows you to redeem On-demand Titles.
In additional,any unused or remaining value of the HomeHub Voucher will be forfeited and will not be carried forward to the following month.
You can find more information here .
Hope that answers your inquiry
If I subscribe to sports channel, means I can use this voucher to offset the monthly bill?
auto-offset from billing? Or need to redeem?
Also saw this terms for max mobile.
Thought it's free with home hub plan?
what is this monthly bill?
[quote]25. MaxMobile 21Mbps (1GB) comes with 1GB bundled data. Excess data usage will be charged at $8.56 per GB. Monthly bill is capped at promotional rate of $85.60 (U.P. $168). Promotion is valid till 31 December 2015, after which your monthly bill will be capped at the prevailing rate of $168.[/quote]