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Paypal now sends in Philippine Peso

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 3, 2009

I already noticed this last week but didn't post about it because I thought it was an old feature that I only recently noticed. Paypal sent in a press release today confirming that transactions can now be made in Philippine Peso. “PayPal's goal is to provide our members with a secure, fast and convenient way to pay and get paid online,” said Mario Shiliashki, General Manager of PayPal Southeast Asia and India. “The introduction of the Philippine Peso will make domestic ecommerce easier and more convenient for buyers and sellers in the Philippines and is well timed for the holiday…

Prepaid iPhone 3G to cost Php34,000?

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: June 12, 2008

And we thought the speculated prepaid price of Php25,000 was already expensive. According to Engadget, Vodafone Italy has just set an out-of-contract price for the iPhone 3G at €499 ($773) for the 8GB model and €569 ($881) for the 16GB models. It's common knowledge that the advertised $199 for the iPhone 3G is hugely subsidized by the telcos. In order to recoup that subsidy, they will have to put customers to a minimum lock-in period of 24 months. So, if we followed the same pricing with that of Europe, an unsubsidized 8GB iPhone 3G will cost Php33,521 and the 16GB…

Steam payments now priced in Philippine Peso

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: September 17, 2014

Having a hard time computing for USD money you'll be spending when purchasing new games from Steam? Worry not, as the entertainment platform started to convert prices to our local currency. Started September 16, the entire Steam catalog now supports Philippine peso as a currency for purchase. As such, game prices and local players' steam wallets have been converted to local cash at a rate dictated by the market value and time of conversion. Gamers can now start to purchase games from the platform without any significant changes to Steam's content.

Contract-Free iPhone 3G to cost $599 at AT&T

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: July 1, 2008

Apparently, the iPhone can still be bought without the required 24-month contract with AT&T. A recent press release from AT& reveals the iPhone 3G to be priced at $599 for the 8GB and $699 for the 16GB. These contract-free prices seemed like the same prices when the first iPhone went out. Sold or not sold? At the current pero-dollar exchange rate of Php45:$1, that's around Php27,000 for the 8GB and Php31,500 for the 16GB. Looks like I was close with the earlier price tag of Php34,000. Add to that additional factors such as tariffs and VAT, then we're not very…

How much would an iPhone 5 LTE cost in the Philippines?

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: September 9, 2012

The Apple iPhone 5 is set to be announced next week (Wednesday, September 12) and the WSJ reports that it will be LTE-capable. While we are excited that we might also be experiencing super-fast 100Mbps mobile internet speeds, we're also worried how much it will cost. So we're basing this speculation on existing plans and data that we currently have with the telcos. For one, only Smart has commercial offering for LTE so we'll stick with its pricing plan at the moment. Smart LTE Plan 3500 This plan is Php3,500 per month for 10GB. Free device worth Php8,000. Extra 1GB…

What’s the iPhone 4s price with Globe? We Speculate.

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: October 5, 2011

Whatever you think of the iPhone 4S, it will still be a huge hit and demands will most likely exceed supply (just like how it happened with the iPhone 4). But before we say if it's really worthy buy or not, we still need to know how much it will cost once it lands in the Philippines. We already have a baseline price which is the iPhone 4 Prepaid Kit when it was released in the Philippines by Globe Telecom 12 months ago. iPhone 4 16GB – Php 37,499 iPhone 4 32GB – Php 43,699 I believe that price from…

The Philippine Star app for the iPhone and iPad

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: July 30, 2014

Need your daily fix of fresh news straight to your iOS device? Then you might want to check out The Philippine Star app designed for both the iPhone and iPad. The Philippine Star app for iOS will bring you the latest news from your favorite sections of The PhilippineSTAR - News, Opinion, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Lifestyle, etc., straight to your favorite iOS device. The layout is simple and straightforward, making it easy for readers to get all the information they need. Should you wish all editions of the publication be available to you, The Philippine Star offers 7 day ($2.99),…

Growth in Philippine Call Centers jacked up by global crisis?

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: October 12, 2008

Turns out the credit crisis and the recession in the United States had some unwittingly beneficial effect in the BPO and call center industry in the Philippines. I would have expected job cuts around this time but it seems there's some massive expansion going on. A friend, who works in one of the top call centers in the Philippines, revealed they've been doing rapid expansion and is opening up at least 5 more locations around the country from this year to next year. There's one in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, then in Cebu, the newly built Greenbelt 5, the UP Science…

How much should music cost?

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: October 15, 2007

After my talk at the SEMCON last week, I was approached by several attendees to discuss several stuff. One of the topics included the state of online music store in the Philippines. The main question I was trying to answer was -- How much should music cost? Well, we already know Apple set the universal trend of $0.99 per song but other players like AmazonMP3 are challenging that. Still, the notion that you'll have to shell out Php45 a pop for your mp3 seemed insane in the Philippine internet landscape. For over a decade, the majority of Filipinos got their…

Did Gizmodo just cost Apple $87 Million?

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: July 17, 2010

Apple's Steve Jobs finished their press conference and addressed the pressing issue of the iPhone 4 "antenna-gate". After clearing up all that engineering issues and software updates, Steve announced they're giving away iPhone 4 cases to everyone. Free iPhone 4 cases to all 3 million who bought and refunds to those who paid for it earlier. Among the first sites to cover the so-called "antenna-gate" was Gizmodo (among others) with their collection of videos demonstrating how the signal bars would drop when holding the iPhone 4. And while Steve Jobs explained that the issue is not isolated to the iPhone