How does it work?

Sign up for MyRepublic GAMER Broadband

Sign up for any MyRepublic GAMER broadband plan online or at any of our retail stores.

Send us your broadband termination bill

Email the final broadband bill from your previous telco to [email protected]. It should show your details and the broadband early termination charge incurred.

Get up to $240 credit in your 3rd month

Based on your broadband early termination charge, you’ll get up to $240 credited to your MyRepublic account on the 3rd month* of your MyRepublic GAMER plan. The credit will be used to offset your monthly MyRepublic bills.

*Credit will be given in the 3rd month assuming all supporting documents (e.g. your bill showing your early termination charge) are submitted on time (i.e. within 60 days of your MyRepublic GAMER plan’s first invoice date). Delays in document submission may result in the credit being given at a later month.

FAQs

What is GAMER Switch Up?

GAMER Switch Up is our way of making it easier for interested people to sign up for MyRepublic GAMER broadband!

Anyone who signs up for MyRepublic GAMER broadband can claim up to $240 to offset the cost of terminating their current broadband plan, allowing them to make the switch sooner. This credit will be used to offset their monthly bills with MyRepublic.

Does it matter which telco I switch from?

There are no restrictions in terms of which telco you’re switching from. However, do check how much you’ll be charged if you’re ending your broadband contract early as different telcos charge different amounts.

What if my early termination charge is more than $240?

We’re only able to offer a maximum of $240 to help cover your broadband early termination charge.

By what date do I need to send my broadband termination bill?

The final broadband complete bill (which needs to clearly show your details and broadband early termination charge) must be submitted within 60 days of your MyRepublic GAMER plan’s first invoice date.

Where do I need to send my broadband termination bill?

It should be emailed to [email protected].