At what age can you get a landline in Singapore?

I'm currently 19 years old and I moved our of my parent's place to start a new life. They helped me get started by paying for my rent for the first two months but I believe that getting my own landline is important so that I could easily be reached by the companies that I applied to for a job however I am concerned if I'm already eligible to get my own landline.

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    Singapore is known to be one of the safest countries in the world. Age restrictions are part of Singapore's safety measure so the answer to your question is "Yes" there are age restrictions in getting a landline in Singapore. You need to be at least 17 if you are a Singaporean Citizen and you need to be at least 21 if you're not a citizen.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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