Accessing the Wi-Fi hotspots has been simplified, where users can now seamlessly login using the Wireless@SG app (one-time setup required) on supported smartphones and tablets without the need to enter their login credentials (user ID and password), and be able to automatically connect all the time. For foreign visitors, they are now able to perform account registration at any Wireless@SG hotspot and an OTP will be delivered to their foreign mobile numbers. [Read more…]
pfingo is a free softphone client that you can download to your computer to make cheap calls using the internet. You can also use pfingo to make calls on your SIP-enabled mobile phone using a Wifi or GPRS connection.
pfingo-to-pfingo calls are free so you can save even more money by getting your friends to sign-up with pfingo. [Read more…]
Someone (maybe the best iPhone offer provider?) created an online spreadsheet comparing different iPhone price plans from three Singapore telcos: SingTel (red), StarHub (green), and M1 (orange). Well done!
If iPhone is something you are interested to get, check out this spreadsheet and find yourself the best iPhone price plans in town.
Soon, all three telcos here will have iphone on their shelves, ending SingTel’s year-long exclusive deal on the device.
StarHub is raising the ante in the pay TV war – it is rearranging its pricing plans, with new offerings and “upsized” options for its basic groups from May 30.
Customers can now add up to 14 additional channels through a new Basic Upsize tier for an extra S$5.35 per month. There is also a new basic group of lifestyle channels, bringing the total number of basic groups to seven.