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Sun lets you choose your own number for Php59

Relevance: 100%      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: 98%      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: 96%      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 *121# now live, the go to number for prepaid subs

Relevance: 94%      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…

How to unlock SIM Card PUK PIN codes?

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: September 6, 2008

The mobile SIM card comes with a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code or PIN (personal identification number). The main purpose of these codes is to provide a security. These codes are normally used to prevent your SIM card from unauthorized use, theft or loss. The PUK is enclosed in a machine-generated security paper. Make sure to take care in storing this paper as it will be your only copy. Is the PUK code related to the phone brand or model? The PUK code has nothing to do with your mobile phone's brand (i.e. Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Nextel, Sony-Ericsson, LG) or…

How much would you pay for a special number?

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: December 3, 2008

Got this spam text message by someone selling special mobile phone numbers. I've bought a special number before (ends with 5555) for about Php1,500 but I wouldn't spend any more than maybe three grand for a really special one. I thought it was such a lucrative business for SIM card retailers to be able to sell these special numbers (gold numbers) for as much as 200 times their street value. Just look at these numbers: 0907.8000.800 0907.8000.008 Php8,000 each 0909.8888.855 0909.8888.833 0909.8888.000 0909.8888.111 0909.8888.222 0909.8888.666 Php8,000 each 0909.8886.666 0909.8888.988 0909.8888.788 Php10,000 each 0909.8888.882 0909.8888.883 Php20,000 each Was shocked when I…

MRT, MMDA to implement phone number coding on commuters

Relevance: 91%      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'…

Globe *143# – One Number to Rule them All!

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: February 14, 2012

Globe Telecom today has just introduced to the media a new catch-all number for all its prepaid customers. Globe 143 allows subs to just remember one number when managing their prepaid account. In your handset, just dial *143# -- you will then get a prompt on the screen where you can select offers, promos and inquiries regarding your subscription. This also applies to postpaid subscribers but not all features are available for them, unlike the prepaid subs. No more need to remember all those promo codes. Go try it on your phone and let me know if it works. Bonus:…

House Bill 1098 & 3408: Number Portability

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: March 5, 2006

According to this Committee Schedule, the House of Representatives would have started discussion on two ICT bills involving the portability of cell phone numbers. The respective House Bills are: HB 1098 - Providing and promoting number portability for cellular mobile telephone service (Rep. Joey Salceda) HB 3408 - Mandating mobile phone service providers to give their subscribers the option to retain their numbers (Rep. Joseph Santiago) Once this goes thru, mobile phone users will be able to retain their old number whenever they switch mobile service providers. I hope they get this thru as quickly as possible 'coz i feel…

Ikobo Visa Debit Card

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: February 4, 2008

For over two years now, Ikobo has been a regular advertiser in this blog. Though I've never used them as a remittance service, I've heard from fellow bloggers that they offer one of the more convenient ways to process transactions -- via an int'l ATM debit card. Here are some of the things you'll need to know about Ikobo Money Transfer service: The Visa Debit card is for electronic use only. It may be used on any merchant that accepts Visa. You get the Ikobo Visa prepaid card the first time you receive money. Subsequent remittances goes thru there. You…