Basically sending updates via global SMS to Twitter using the official +44 (UK) number will cost you a fair bit in Singapore. Fortunately, there are 3rd-party services such as sgBeat and SMSYO that allow you to update your Twitter via local SMS for free.
It’s always advisable to find out the mobile phone trade-in price in Singapore before selling or buying one. This is either to prevent yourself from being ripped off by second hand dealers when selling it off, or to ensure you’re not paying for a brand new phone that has n
Are you chalking up costly mobile phone bills from making local and overseas calls in Singapore? There may be a solution to your situation. pfingo Bounce (by StarHub) is a call-back service that converts expensive outgoing calls into cheaper incoming calls.
The Nokia Messaging push mail service is now available to Nokia users in Singapore for free as a limited-period beta trial. Basically, push mail enables automatic and instant delivery of your emails as they reach your inbox (think BlackBerry). No more manually checking your emails!
Have you ever pondered over why StarHub is unable to consolidate different services into a single bill and most importantly, what to do with that few pathetic StarHub reward points generated by each account separately?
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