Finally, SingTel now support MicroSIM cards in their MultiSIM plans, however the price is 2x more expensive the normal SIM cards and from the description on the VAS page under “Others” tab, it was mentioned that then can be only 1 MicroSIM card in any combination of MultiSIM.
So if you got 4 SIM cards, only 1 of them can be MicroSIM and the other 3 is normal SIM. Perhaps it is due to the initial hight stock demand. But I believed that it will change eventually once the dust has settle.
iPhone 4 availability: SingTel is keen to bring the new iPhone 4 to customers and we are in the final stages of discussions with Apple. SingTel plans to make the new iPhone the most affordable and compelling with breakthrough mobile apps and value-added services. We will be updating customers on the latest details. We thank our customers for their patience and support.
SingTel send me the Motorola BackFlip for a review last month but because of my busy schedule I can only review it till recently. I apologize for the delay. I will be only covering the physical aspect of the phone because in terms of OS and software it is very similar to the Motorola Dext which I reviewed 5 months ago.
If you notice the battery cover comes separately in the package instead of being pre-fixed to the back of the phone.
Samsung has partnered SingTel to launch the Samsung Galaxy S in Singapore. SingTel is the first telecom operator in the world to carry the Samsung Galaxy S.
The Galaxy S is an Android 2.1 phone featuring a 4″ super AMOLED screen display and a 1GHz processor. The phone displays is less reflective yet able to retain the brilliance of colors and sharp clarity. It is amazingly responsive even when typing on the keyboard. It also have haptic feedback that indicates by vibrating when you touch on any virtual keys (Li Xiang is very amaze with this).
Singapore, 7 May, 2010 – Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) today announced that it has secured the broadcast rights to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ to be held in South Africa and will offer all 64 matches ‘live’ on mio TV and mobile, with complimentary viewing on the internet. All mio TV viewers will be able to enjoy the matches in high definition. Viewers in Singapore can catch all the action with SingTel’s 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Package (the “Package”), available for purchase from 7 May 2010.