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Smart *121# now live, the go to number for prepaid subs

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 10, 2014

Nearly two years and a half after Globe introduced the *143#, it’s Smart’s turn to introduce a go-to-number code (*121#) that will simplify the process of enrolling various prepaid promos, as well as easy access to different account-related information and services. On your phone’s dialer, just key in *121# and press the call button. This will generate a pop-up window where subscribers can select offers, services and shortcut to account information. Smart’s new number code is also accessible to postpaid subscribers, albeit not all options are available on the menu. For more information about this, just head on over to

Check SSS Account Online for Contributions

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: July 1, 2008

Philippine Social Security System: SSS Online Philippines You can check your SSS contributions online by ff. these simple instructions: Text SSS Text-SSS is a short messaging service (SMS)-based information service system that allows members to inquire about their number of contributions, status of loan applications, salary loan payment period and loan balances using text messaging. For a minimal text fee of P2.50 per inquiry sent through text messaging, a member can now have an alternate means of getting information without having to visit an SSS office. Text-SSS is available for Globe, Smart and Talk 'N Text subscribers only. To receive…

MRT, MMDA to implement phone number coding on commuters

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: April 1, 2014

Due to the recent problems with heavy traffic both in EDSA and with the very long lines in the MRT during peak hours, the MMDA and MRT will begin implementing mobile phone number coding to all commuters starting today. The Unified Commuter Number Coding Scheme will attempt to reduce traffic in MRT and LRT stations as well as buses in EDSA. In this scheme, commuters with phone numbers ending in certain digits will not be allowed to ride any bus or MRT/LRT trains during peak hours. It follows the number coding scheme MMDA has implemented for several years. Smart/Tank N'…

Have AdSense Check but no US Dollar Bank Account?

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: May 7, 2008

A number of people have emailed me asking about their problems with their Google AdSense Checks. So here's the question -- What to do with your Google AdSense Check if you don't have a US Dollar Bank Account? I know this has been answered and discussed many times before but I'll just put this out clearly for those who don't know about it yet. You already have your first Google AdSense Check which is in US Dollar denomination. You don't have a dollar bank account and you can't afford to open up an account. The lowest initial deposit I know…

Sun lets you choose your own number for Php59

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: January 21, 2013

Sun Cellular has introduced on its Facebook page the NAME UR NUMBER SIM promo that lets you choose your own prepaid number for Php59. The NAME UR NUMBER SIM works differently from SIM cards with already built-in special numbers out of the box. Instead, it lets you pick your personal prepaid number via special settings right after you insert it in your phone. Numbers may start with 09438-, 09439-, or 09428-, while the last 6 digits can be customized according to your preference. The NAME UR NUMBER SIM costs Php59 and comes with free Call & Text Combo 50 (200…

SIM Registration & Phone Number Portability

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: August 16, 2005

With the prevalent incidents of phone scams, it brings to mind the lobbying of certain sectors to require SIM registration for pre-paid users. A SIM, or subscriber identity module, for prepaid phone users are, up to now, completely anonymous allowing phone scams go unchecked and hard to trace because of this anonymity. While post-paid subscribers are required strict compliance to documents for identity verification, prepaid users go unchecked. And a huge chunk of the subscriber base of these telecom companies (Globe Telecoms, Smart Communications & Sun Cellular) are using prepaid SIMs. With the registration comes similar benefits like that of…

MMDA to adopt four-digit number coding

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: July 10, 2013

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, or most commonly known as MMDA, is planning to implement a four-digit number coding system which aims to ban your vehicle for two days in a week. If implemented, vehicles with plate numbers ending with the following digits will be banned on the assigned days: 1, 2, 3, 4 banned on Mondays 5, 6, 7, 8 banned on Tuesdays 9, 0, 1, 2 banned on Wednesdays 3, 4, 5, 6 banned on Thursdays 7, 8, 9, 0 banned on Fridays MMDA believes that the new system should cut the number of vehicles on the road…

Smart adds 6 new options to its All-In service

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: March 14, 2013

In an effort to provide more options to their subscribers, Smart Communications has announced 6 new service buckets to its All-In postpaid plans. The new buckets include two Tri-Net services, two Trio-Talk packages and an Unli Call and Text combo. The other one, Always-On 300, isn’t exactly new. However, the telco has increased the data allocation for the service by 50MB without additional cost. For a more detailed look at these new offerings, check out the image below: For more information about the Smart All-In postpaid plan, you can check out our previous post here.

Free 100 SMS from Smart when you reload

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: October 17, 2007

Got wind of this from a contact last week. So it's true that Smart has this promo of free 100 text message when you reload Php300 and Php500 call cards. At first, I was told that Smart wanted to do some experiment in blog marketing and wanted to the word out 72 hours before they officially advertise this promo. It looks like Smart is feeling the Philippine blogging atmosphere and wanted to how much reach we have as bloggers. A day after that, I got an email from a reader asking: may kilala ba kau sa smart? just wanna confirm…

Smart launches Plug ‘n Talk Service

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: December 14, 2008

Smart introduced the other day this mobile-in-a-USB product called Plug 'n Talk. It's basically targeted to OFWs which allows them to call and text from a PC abroad to any cellphone or landline number in the Philippines. The rates looks the same as your regular mobile rates in the country except that incoming calls and SMS are free which some might find attractive. Calling to a Smart mobile number costs Php7.50/min, Php8.50 to a landline and other networks. sending text messages to Smart costs Php1.00 and Php2.00 to other networks and landline. The gadget is a USB device included in