In collaboration with the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), SINDA provides low-income families with school-going children and those with disabilities from low-income families, a personal computer at highly subsidised rates, bundled with affordable Internet connection.
The PC-Bundle scheme provides a two tier subsidy. Successful applicants can own a new computer with free software and three years of free subscription to broadband services and will only be required to pay a sum starting from *$251 for a desktop or $223.63 for a laptop.
*Price includes 7% GST
A PC-Bundle includes:
|Criteria||PC Bundle (wef 1st September 2016)||iNSPIRE Fund (wef 1st September 2016)
|Household Income||Monthly Household Income ≤ $3,400 or
PCI ≤ $900
(or ≤ $1,125 if there is a permanently
disabled family member)
|Monthly Household Income
≤$2,500 or PCI ≤$700
|Subsidy Level||Tier 1:
PCI ≤ $700 ORAll MOE FAS / SPED-FAS recipients
PCI > $700
|Singapore Citizen||Up to 75% subsidy||Up to 50% subsidy||Eligible|
|Permanent Resident||Up to 50% subsidy||Up to 50% subsidy|
|For People With Permanent Disabilities|
|Criteria||PC Bundle (wef 1st September 2016)
|Subsidy Level||Household Income||Monthly Household Income ≤ $3,400 or PCI ≤$1,125|
|Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident||Up to 50% subsidy|
To apply, the applicant must meet the following criteria:
Each eligible household can only apply for one computer, regardless of the total number of school-going children and/or household members who have permanent disabilities.
Past recipients of a PC bundle under the NEU PC Plus Programme may reapply only after three years from the last deployment to the household.
Students from one-to-one computing programme are qualified to apply regardless of the fact that their household are current beneficiaries, with support from school.
The applicant must have:
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