Search Results for: smartbro sim problem post paid 999

Results 1 - 10 of 1638 Page 1 of 164
Results per-page: 10 | 20 | 50 | 100

Google caught doing paid post in Japan

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 10, 2009

Google was doing some marketing campaign in Japan thru an agency called CyberBuzz and paying bloggers to post about Google Widgets. TechCrunch picked up the story initially reported by Asiajin. Paid reviews and link buying is a practice Google itself discourages so it's a little confusing why Google would use the same tactics that it openly disapprove. Hours after being outed, Baba Yasutsugu posted as response on the official Google Japan blog: “Google Japan is running several promotional activities to let people know more about our products. It turns out that using blogs on the part of the promotional activities…

Get paid $0.10/post on Poker forum

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: January 6, 2006

TalkOnlinePoker.com is paying new members post on its forum: For every post you make, you will 'earn' 10 cents. Once you've reached 100 posts, you will be credited $10. This will continue indefinately. With $10 being credited to your account for every 100 posts you make. Once you reach the 500 post milestone, you will begin earning .15 cents per post and will be given $15 for every 100 posts you make after 500. I know nothing about poker but you guys might be interested in the offer here.

Globe iPhone 3G Post-Paid Plans Unveiled?

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: June 10, 2008

Updates: Globe iPhone 3GS Price: Postpaid Plans and Prepaid Kits iPhone 3G Review Got an email tipping us of the possible Globe Telecom Post-Paid Plans for the new iPhone 3G coming this September in the Philippines. These postpaid plans are not final and may change but more or less close to what you'll expect when it comes out. The starting price of $199 for the 8GB iPhone 3G model will come in a 2-year lock-in period with Globe Telecom. Here are the supposedly postpaid plans for new Globe subscribers: G-Max 3500 iPhone 3G Initial Fee: Php9,995 Monthly Fee: Php3,500 Free…

Get paid to post in ForuMatrix

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: December 7, 2005

Remember I posted about Rebelde.com doing a promo for Php 1.00 to Php10.00 per post in the forums? We'll here's another one from ForuMatrix.com. Forum Matrix is now paying 2.5 cents (40 Posts equal to $1 USD) for every post you make on the discussion forums, regardless of the category. You can start a new thread or reply to existing threads. Start new topics of interest in different categories and earn while you post.Registered members can enjoy this feature. Registration is free. Once logged in as registered member you can click "My Earnings" link at the top of any forum…

SmartBro WiMax Prices, Service Plans revealed

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: June 21, 2010

Smart is finally out with it's WiMax service and posters have been spotted about the new SmartBro WiMax subscription plans. Smart Bro WiMax is currently available in 2 plans: SmartBro WiMax Plan 999 Up to 1 Mbps Unlimited Usage Hours Monthly Subscription Fee: Php999 SmartBro WiMax Plan 799 Up to 512kbps Unlimited Hours Monthly Subscription Fee: Php799 There's no information on which areas or cities (an agent says it will be initially available in selected areas in Metro Manila or NCR) SmartBro WiMax will be available and how it's going to differentiate itself from its existing SmartBro Share-It or SmartBro

Globe offers Google Nexus S on Post-paid

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: May 29, 2011

Looks like Globe Telecom is now offering the Google Nexus S to subscribers via a postpaid plan. The Globe website lists it with a cash out of Php21,307 on Plan 299. We've been reporting about the Nexus S, and its intro into the Philippines, since March. Samsung has since been a bit silent about this as well. So aside from gray market units which has been available as far back as January, It's also interesting to note that Globe also carried a Google product considering it's an Apple partner since the first iPhone (it's usually Smart that partners with Google…

SmartBro Prepaid Kit

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: June 2, 2008

Got a sample SmartBro Prepaid Kit last week from Smart for review. I was about to buy my own kit before this got in so I'm putting this one out to the stress test until I finally make the purchase. So, what's inside the box? Well, nothing much really. You'll get the basic stuff -- a Smart SIM card, the USB dongle, a short mini-USB cable, the installation CD, another split USB cable and a small pocket manual. The SIM card (0929 prefix) is pre-loaded with Php30 of credits. You can add more credit via e-Load or by using scratchable…

Sapido 3G Router vs. SmartBro Share-It

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: August 22, 2010

Recently bought this Sapido Mobile 3G Router so I can compare it with the SmartBro Share-It WiFi router I use in my car and see which one makes for a better mobile internet set-up. For about a year now since I got the SmartBro Share-It, it has found its place inside my car wherever I go around the city. I tried bringing it up north on long trips and it was still working in Bulacan and down south, as far as Sta. Rosa. We even manage to make it work until the end of the South Luzon Expressway. The problem

Practically Pay Per Post

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: July 1, 2006

Here's a new company which is practically paying bloggers on a per post basis - PayPerPost.com. Bloggers get as much as $10 per post they publish on their blogs. All they need to do is login to their campaign, check the opportunities and post an entry about them along with the requirements. The requirements include one or a combination of the ff: 50 words minimum requires a link requires a photo and a tone The real giveaway here is the tone requirement. Advertisers may require bloggers to post a positive tone about the product or service. The posts are then…

Matt Cutts tells on Paid Reviews and Disclosure

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: December 4, 2007

Loren Baker says Google is Watching Paid Review Blogs that Pass PageRank and while we know about that already, Google Search Quality Engineer Matt Cutts explains why these paid posts should have a disclosure. From the perspective of a problogger or SEO, many would argue that one must be very discreet about those paid posts. It's gonna be pretty obvious to regular readers to easily spot which posts are paid and which ones are not. It's up to the blogger or advertiser to decide whether that post should be disclosed, along with all the links peppered within. In his example,…