Bought 2 Bluelounge CableBoxes when I was in Hong Kong and did not have the chance to fully utilize it. For the past few days, I have been packing my room and tidying my cables and I just realized I need another 2 more CableBoxes, so I got 2 more from Challenger at Funan for S$49 (after member discount is S$44.10) each. I chose the black color this time round.
Didn’t know about this. This news was way back in March 2011.
Knightsbridge, the distinctive four-storey retail podium along Singapore’s premier shopping belt is now fully leased with iconic American brand Abercrombie & Fitch taking up the prime corner unit.
The Promise (#promisekept) features four boys (Eugene, Nicholas, Erik and Josh) who are ordinary Singaporeans from different walks of life. They have banded together to create more awareness about issues that are close to their heart, one of which is online shopping. If you want to know more about the four boys, do check out their profiles and music videos on The Promise website at http://www.wepromiseyou.com/.
I can’t seem to find the data rates for unlimited usage on the SingTel 3G $15 hi!Card. It just says it has S$18 value instead of just S$15. It also states “Pay Per Use Data at discounted rate (50% off): 0.27¢ per kb (charged in blocks of 5kb)” which means it is expensive if you are going towards data usage.
That is not really true. SingTel has a 1GB plan which cost S$7 for a period of 7 days for prepaid card users. I think that is more than enough. I hardly use more than 1GB per month on my iPhone 4. You can find most of the optional Value Added Services (VAS) for prepaid plans here.
Singapore Food Expo 2011 will be held at Singapore Expo Hall 5 on the 27th May 2011 to 31st May 2011 from 11am to 10pm daily.
Singapore Food Expo has been attest as one of the largest scale food event in Singapore and has been garnering support from the local F&B players. This year, we are proud to present to you the participation of more than 100 exhibitors and showcasing of a thousand different quality products, ranging from fresh interpretations of familiar products to newly commercialized fare.
SingTel does not have “Tag Lite” mentioned anywhere on their webpages. The only way to know more about it is to go to any SingTel Hello Stores. I first got to know it when I was surfing Hardware Zone Forums and specifically in the “MultiSIM with SingTel to use on iPad” thread.
Tag Lite Supplementary Plan allows users to share bundled data between supplementary line and main line.