There is a validity period for this first program. It is from 7th March 2018 to 23:59 18th March 2018.
Hossan Leong took over SingTel’s Twitter page yesterday as part of a campaign to promote SingTel’s 4G mobile service. The hashtag #Need4GSpeed is used and if you tweet with that hashtag, Hossan and his team of actors will respond to selected tweets on-the-spot with entertaining short skits depicting the mentioned scenarios.
Nokia is looking for Nokia Lumia and Nokia smartphone owners to take part in the shoot for a Nokia TV commercial and they will be asked to talk on camera about why they love their Lumia or smartphone devices.
They are looking for people of all nationality’s but they MUST be living in Singapore.
In case you are wondering, TGIS stands for Thank Goodness It’s SingTel. TGIS features things Singaporeans are passionate about and helps viewers make sense of the world of gadgets, social media and technology. All episodes of TGIS are shown on SingTel’s YouTube Page.
About more than a month ago, SingTel started Looking For Singapore’s Next Social Media Star and a month later, she has been found!
She is Joanne-Marie Sim and she walked away with a S$10,000 cash prize and a S$10,000 contract to host the new weekly lifestyle series on YouTube called TGIS (Thank Goodness It’s SingTel).
SingTel is looking for Singapore’s next social media star to host their new weekly YouTube (youtube.com/SingTel) programme that will be launching in December 2011.
This contest is opened to all Singaporeans and Permanent Residents from 15th October 2011 to 8th November 2011. The winner of this contest will walk away with S$10,000 in cash prizes and a 1 year contract with SingTel to host the YouTube program.
Just sharing a good cause by our local telecos. All administration fees will be waived by them as well.
Singapore, 28 March 2011 – The three mobile network operators in Singapore – M1, SingTel and StarHub, and Ericsson’s global mobile commerce enabler IPX are pleased to announce that post-paid mobile customers in Singapore will be able to make a $5, $10 or $20 donation to aid victims of the Japan disaster by sending an SMS to the common short-code 78888. Donations will go towards the Singapore Red Cross Society’s relief efforts in Japan. This mobile donation campaign will continue for one month, starting from 6am on 28 March 2011 till midnight on 25 April 2011.
The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) will be happening in over 100 countries on 3 December 2010. This year, the United Nations is getting people all over to world to keep a promise they have made: to include persons with disabilities as we move forward as a society.
To commemorate this day in Singapore, the Disabled People’s Association (DPA) is holding a “East Meets West” football match on 27 November 2010 to raise funds.
Here are the following promotions for SingTel’s Singnet Broadband for Sitex 2009 available at all SingTel Retail shops or SingTel exclusive retailers, SingTel will not have any booth at Sitex 2009 this year.
SingTel’s promotion at Sitex 2009.
The lightup will start tonight at 7:30pm outside Wisma Atria’s INDOCHINE restaurant, on level 1. The world longest chain of light-sticks consisting of about 10,000 red light-sticks will stretch from SingTel’s Comcentre headquarters at Exeter Road through Skate-Park, Orchard Cineleisure, ION, Wisma Atria, Ngee Ann City, Heeren, Centrepoint, Plaza Singapura, Cathay Orchard, Singapore Management University, Raffles City, Esplanade, Collyer Quay, Keppel Road and Vivocity to Siloso Beach (Sentosa). That is about 8.09km long!
World’s Longest Chain Of Light-Sticks Beckons Singapore’s Youth To Come To Where The Bright Lights Dance – Singtel’s ZoukOut 2009