This serves as a good reminder:
Dreams are important but get started soon!
I am not interested at all. No unsubscribe option. Do I have to call SingTel specially to request for a delist? I have received numerous SMSes on that. Oh and the customized ringtones? Oh god they are annoying. Why did SingTel even think I would appreciate them changing to some song I never heard before? I just want the lousy default dial tone that is really really boring because it tells so much of my personality. Thank you.
These telephone booths used to be littered all around Singapore till it’s too hard to maintain them. There are still some of these telephone booths around but they are definitely in the decline. This booth is SingTel’s:
I think I took this at Singapore Polytechnic a year ago.
Interested in the INQ mobile phones?
SingTel has extended the redemption of the e-voucher below to all hello! stores from today until November 30, 2009:
Therefore, if you’re interested in INQ mobile phones, this is an opportunity you mustn’t miss!
Interested in the INQ mobile phones?
For two days, from tomorrow (Oct 31 to Nov 01 2009), SingTel will be hosting the INQ Mini 3G Roadshow in Plaza Singapura (Singapore) where you stand a chance of meeting MediaCorp artistes Dai Yang Tian (Oct 31 @ 8 pm) and Elvin Ng (Nov 01 @ 8 pm).
SingTel has a good offer for INQ Mini 3G this round if you print out the following coupon:
You get the following with the coupon printed out (print it here):
If you do get an INQ Mini 3G on the roadshow, you’re eligible for a lucky draw with prizes redemption of a 12-month SingTel mobile subscription. One winner will be picked on each day.
So head down to Plaza Singapura (Singapore) between 11 am to 10 pm on days Oct 31, Nov 01 for the INQ Mini 3G roadshow!
Have a look at the new INQ mobile:
What’s striking asides the scarlet back is the strong focus on integration with social media applications such as Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live Messenger. Now you can stay connected with your pals where ever you are. INQ mobile also added push Gmail and iTunes synchronization recently, a very welcome addition to the already feature-packed phone. INQ also supports multitasking, the change in icon during incoming messages, friend requests and updates is a nice touch.
Here’s Walt Mossberg opinion on the INQ “facebook” phone:
The INQ is equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera that’s perfect of capturing candid moments of your friends and share them to Facebook before they can stop you. INQ positions itself as a simple yet feature-rich device to keep you connected to your social circle. The simplicity becomes evident as they chose not to ship a manual and instead have a Help Cards section of their website which guides you on the features of INQ rather than teaches you how to find or use them.
Attractive prizes can be won if you spare some time to check out the blog posts on INQ mobile here: sparklette.net, nadnut.com, jayleif.blogspot.com, lawrencewong.net, krisandro.com, techielobang.com, simplyjean.com, litford.wordpress.com, holly–jean.blogspot.com and hpility.blogspot.com
[This is an advertorial.]
This is the view of the Sands casino under construction from The Sail, Marina Boulevard.
In the sky terrace, you get occasional connections to Telkomsel, the Indonesia carrier. And it’s from Marina Boulevard! I’m sure if you pull open some windows you can see SingTel building somewhere. But no, it just prefers Telkomsel. Last I check, SingTel owns 35% of Telkomsel.
SingNet doesn’t like Slicehost too much. I’ve been having some troubles connecting to the host. There’s a 20% chance that the request would time out. It’s like 1/5 of SingNet systems aren’t working.
Other Singaporeans like pkchukiss and Jeremy encounter similar problems with we earlier discussed in Slicehost forums. Both of them mentioned they mailed the technical support so I guess I’ll just wait and see.
Basically, there’s some problems with the internet backbone (probably the C6 cervical vertebrae or something). After randomly tracerouting and pinging here and there, it appears SingNet’s machines aren’t properly configured to a SingTel node.
Are there any other Slicehost users in Singapore?
[The problem appears to be resolved.]