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PLDT Call All extends Wireless Landline

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 5, 2009

Last Tuesday, PLDT also launched their PLDT Call All bundle -- a wireless landline extension where subscribers can call anywhere in the Philippines. This promo is available to existing PLDT residential landline subscribers for an additional fixed monthly charge of Php250. The bundle adds a PLDT Landline Plus (PLP) SIM card which can be used with any openline handset and serves as an extension of the fixed landline. What makes the PLDT Call All promo more expansive is that the mobile phone with the PLP SIM-card can be taken anywhere in the Philippines and still be able to call any…

PLDT announces Wireless Landline

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: November 27, 2007

Looks like Bayantel and Globe are getting some more competition on the wireless landline market. PLDT Landline Plus is the new wireless offering and prices are even more competitive the existing ones. PLDT Wireless Landline Plus Phone Unit Cost: Php2,400 Activation Fee: Php600 Monthly Service Fee: Php600 Limitations: 600 call minutes (10 hours) per month, with 120 free SMS Availability: Nationwide Bayantel Span Phone Unit Cost: starts at Php1,995 Activation Fee: none (only 1 month advance required) Monthly Service Fee: Php699 Bonus: unlimited phone calls to any landline Availability: NCR, selected regions PLDT uses Smart's existing cell networks to operate…

Globe explains Duo Landline service

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: May 8, 2009

In a press briefing yesterday afternoon, executives from Globe Telecom formally announced their new Globe Duo service - a mobile and landline number in one SIM. I was able to clarify some of the earlier concerns and questions I had about the service (since I'm also a subscriber). Some areas outside of NCR has an area code of +02 like San Pedro, Laguna. Globe is making an exception for these areas and include them in the Duo coverage. Globe has confirmed that they will expand the Duo service to other cities and provinces although there's no set date on their…

PLDT TelPad: Landline, DSL & Android Tablet

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: December 14, 2010

Last night, PLDT announced its new landline service called PLDT TelPad, a landline and broadband DSL service packed in an Android Tablet. The PLDT TelPad is and Android 2.2. Froyo tablet powered by a 1Ghz Cortex A8. That means users can download apps and play on the 7-inch tablet. It comes with a 2GB internal storage but there's an SD card slot and a USB port to extend that. The TelPad also carries a 2-megapixel front camera for still shots and videoconference calls. I think calls can be made via a Bluetooth headset. It also comes with a dock for…

Does your company have a Blog Policy?

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: July 13, 2005

While only a small number of companies have actually implemented a Blog Policy, is your company have or is trying to create something similar? It may not be specifically a blog policy but something with a wider scope. I recently had a small incident with one company that I am working for right now. Though it has become my personal policy not to publish specific details of what I do or anything closely resembling the work that we do around here, I sometimes get the "slip-of-the-tongue" sort of way about some minute details. It happened last week when one of…

Globe, PLDT activate landline interconnection in Tarlac

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: October 29, 2012

Globe Telecom has announced today its commercial activation of local interconnection in Tarlac between its landline service, Globelines, and PLDT. The local interconnection allows Globelines subscribers to call PLDT subscribers, and vice-versa, without having to pay for long distance charges. "This shows that despite being competitors, major players like Globe and PLDT can still provide cooperation, coordination and support towards affording more people greater access to telecommunications,” said Atty. Froilan M. Castelo, Head of Globe Corporate and Legal Services Group. The move is in compliance with the compulsory interconnection of authorized public telecommunications carriers under Republic Act 7925 which aims…

Apple topples Microsoft as Top Tech Company

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: May 27, 2010

For the last decade, Microsoft has been the king of tech companies in terms of market capitalization. Today, Apple changed all that by taking the title as the most valuable technology company in the world at $222.07 billion. Apple's market cap has overtaken Microsoft's by about $3 billion. Apple is now the #1 company in tech (globally) and the #2 biggest US company, next to Exxon Mobile at $278.6 billion. Apple closed at $244.11 per share at end of trading day. I still remember they were trading around $70 a year or two ago (was contemplating on buying a few…

Apple drops to 2nd most valuable company

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: January 28, 2013

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It might not come to a shock for some people, but Apple has lost its title to Exxon for being the most valuable company in the world, through the decline of their shares. For almost a year, Apple held the title by reaching the $470 billion market cap - until recently when it all the way down to a near $400B. To be specific, Apple currently has a total worth of $413.06 billion with $439.88 per share - while Exxon fared at a close $418.23 billion. The fruit company has peaked with the launch of the iPhone 5, yet ironically…

Does your company encourage Social Networking?

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: May 28, 2008

A story from the Business Week reveals that IBM has been encouraging social networking among its employees with in-house versions of Web 2.0 hits such as Facebook and Twitter. A lot of companies are into corporate blogging already but social networking is another story. Facebook, Friendster, LinkedIn, Twitter -- Does your company encourage its employees to use Social Networking sites? It may be a stretch but yesterday, I saw Petron XCS added me on MyBlogLog. I checked them out and looks like they're also on Pownce, FriendFeed, BlogCatalog, Twitter and Delicious. It's a step forward but other companies are more…

Google is now under a new company called Alphabet

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 11, 2015

Yes, you've read that right. Internet search giant, Google, is now under a new company called Alphabet Inc. Alphabet is a technology holding company headed by Google's founders - Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It is a collection of companies with Google as the largest subsidiary. Google will still be the umbrella company for search, ads, maps, apps, YouTube and Android and the related technical infrastructure. However, other companies like Nest, Calico, Fiber, Google X, Google Capital, Google Ventures, and other incubator projects will now be managed separately from Google. As part of the restructure, Sundar Pichai will now be…