According to data published by Singapore’s telecom industry regulator, the Info-communications Development Authority, the number of long term evolution (LTE) subscribers in the country has reached 1.57 million as of September 2013, up from about 1.45 million in August 2013 and 1.23 million in June 2013. The country’s three incumbent operators – SingTel Mobile, StarHub, and M1 Limited – offer LTE-based 4G services. SingTel’s 4G network offers 95 per cent street-level coverage, while StarHub has coverage of at least 75 per cent, though it is targeting for 95 per cent by end-2013. M1 claims to have nationwide coverage.