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Smart Bro Prepaid Plug-it UnliSurf 100

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 8, 2010

I've been using Smart's UnliSurf offer (UnliSurf 50) for some time now especially when going out of town and use the Smart Buddy Prepaid SIM card with a USB dongle. The offer is now available with SmartBro Prepaid SIM cards too with the new UnliSurf 100. To activate the UnliSurf service, just text Using Your SMART Bro Plug-it account: Text "UNLISURF 100" to 2200 (for Unlisurf 100 - 2 days unlimited) Text "UNLISURF 200" to 2200 (for Unlisurf 200 - 5 days unlimited) This promo is until November 30, 2010.

Smart Bro Rocket cuts UnliSurf Plans

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: September 16, 2011

Just learned today (thru one of my staff in Manila and verified by @arnoldgamboa) that Smart Bro Rocket has finally cut off subscription to Smart Unlisurf plans. When Smart Bro Rocket was first released, they allowed subscription to UnliSurf 50 and UnliSurf 200. However, they warned that this will eventually be reverted to a bucket plan by September 30 -- at Php180 per 200MB. The default internet rate is Php15 per 30 minutes. It's still the 16th of September but subscribing to UnliSurf has suddenly become invalid. Will get official word from Smart regarding this switch and will update once…

Galaxy S3: Smart UnliData 2000 vs. Globe UnliSurf 2499

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: May 26, 2012

As we near the official launch of the highly anticipated Samsung S3, the two telco giants vies for the hearts of prospective upgraders and switchers through their plans. Now before you get too excited and sign up for any of these telcos, let's take a closer look at their offerings and see which one fits your lifestyle and usage pattern. As we mentioned in our previous post, Globe was the first to reveal their range of plan for the SGS3. This quad-core handset will come in free with their UnliSurf Plan 2499 and will have a standard lock-in period of…

90 day Limit on AdSense Referrals

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: January 31, 2006

I didn't notice that Google AdSense has quietly updated their AdSense Referral program with a 90 day limit. Usually, whenever Google updates or changes their program policy, you'd get a notice of it the next time you login to your AdSense account. This is what you'll see at the bottom of your AdSense referral code page. An AdSense referral is counted when a publisher, who has never previously enrolled in AdSense, creates an account and earns at least $100.00 within 90 days of sign-up. The referred publisher must be eligible for payment to qualify as a successful referral. AdSense publishers…

MRT-3 speed limit down from 60kph to 40kph

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: August 22, 2014

After the unfortunate incident that injured 30 passengers, the MRT-3 Yellow Line management is now implementing a slower speed limit for the current rolling stocks. The new speed limit is now down to 40 kph from the previous maximum speed of 60 kph. This new scheme is already implemented and and will gradually increase the travel time from both end stations by 7 to 10 minutes. Aside from the longer travel time, the slower run of trains will cause longer queues. We also have to consider that MRT-3 now has lesser trains due to poor maintenance and frequent mishaps. In…

Update: Smart’s per Minute Rate for Mobile 3G

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: February 4, 2011

So I got an email from one of the engineers (Technical Services Division) of Smart wanting to clarify/correct my previous entry regarding the Php1 per minute rates Smart is offering. I am told that the 1 peso per minute rate is an option available for users who have prepaid load of less than Php10. This is to help users maximize their remaining load credits. However, there another set of per minute charging which is available to all prepaid users as another option. Here's the screenshot of the complete offerings taken from Smart WebConnect. So that's Php60 for 3 hours (180…

Smart Launches New Surf Plus Postpaid Plans

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: May 13, 2015

In an effort to meet the growing demand for mobile internet access, Smart Communications Inc. debuts a set of tiers under the new Smart Surf Plus plan which starts at Plan 399 and goes all the way up to Plan 1999. Most of the inclusions listed above are pretty straightforward, except the VAS Content which stands for Value Added Service. In a nutshell, VAS Content will give users access to a chosen online service or app without any deduction to their monthly data allocation. Do note, however, that some of these VAS contents have limit. Once a subscriber goes over…

Twitter removing 140-character limit from DMs

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: June 12, 2015

In an attempt to improve its Direct Messages feature, Twitter today announces that it will be removing its 140-character limit when sending private messages. The company encourages users to take the following actions to make the update as seamless as possible: Review the new API additions below. Update your GET requests so you will be able to receive the full length of DM text. Adjust your app UI to accommodate longer DM text. Although the update won't take effect until Twitter launches it this July, they are recommending to test the above procedure in advance. Meanwhile, public tweets still remain to…

Smart officially launched Deezer in the country

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: July 9, 2014

Today, Smart Communications Inc. has formally announced their exclusive partnership with Deezer; a web-based music streaming service which originated from Paris, France. Smart and Deezer entered a “strategic and exclusive partnership” agreement which both companies signed back in the latter part of March. According to the official press release, Smart will benefit from Deezer’s expansive music catalogue which will then solidify their place as a “formidable player in the entire mobile ecosystem.” During the early stage, Deezer will only be offered to Smart postpaid subscribers, but the MVP-led telco claims that the service will eventually be available for Prepaid subs…

Smart Bro Rocket Buyers Guide

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: August 8, 2011

So I bought the Smart Bro Rocket at Smart's Wireless Center in Rockwell this morning. They made me sign a waiver that outlines some of the limitations of the dongle and the service. So, here are 10 things you need to know before buying the Smart Bro Rocket. Some Wireless Centers are still a bit confused with the Smart Bro Rocket so you will have to ask and explain that it's the new one with 12Mbps. The guard and front customer service both didn't knew about it but I insisted and the other one in the activation desk confirmed. 1.)…