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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: 79%      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…

90 day Limit on AdSense Referrals

Relevance: 69%      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: 66%      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…

Galaxy S3: Smart UnliData 2000 vs. Globe UnliSurf 2499

Relevance: 66%      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…

Twitter removing 140-character limit from DMs

Relevance: 63%      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…

CAAP looking to limit the use of Drones in PH

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: August 1, 2014

In line with the growing popularity of drones in the country, CAAP has recently released a new memorandum that will regulate the use of Drones, or what the agency considers as an Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles or UAVs. Under the memorandum, drone users will have to secure any of three required certifications (seen below) from CAAP in order fly their drones. • Flight crew license with a command instrument training. • Military qualification equivalent to a license • Air traffic control license. As if that’s not hard enough, the new memorandum also mandates that UAV controllers must provide CAAP with a…

Globe offers iPad2 on UnliSurf Plan 999

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: October 4, 2011

Might be a little late but Globe Telecom is now offering the Apple iPad 2 on My Super Plan Unli Surf Combo which is Php999 a month. Here's the plan pricing for the postpaid and prepaid plans. The prepaid plans are exactly the same as the suggested retail price posted on the Apple Online Store (my guess is that these iPads are unlocked). The postpaid plans offer a subsidized cost of up to Php10,000 for each of the iPad models. Not bad if you're also looking for an unlimited plan. The prepaid kit doesn't look convincing though since you can…

Globe switches UnliSurf to GoSurf in MySuperPlan

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: May 12, 2014

Last month, we reported that Globe is consolidating its mobile internet plans under the new GoSurf label replacing both PowerSurf and SuperSurf. Globe has denied it will phase out SuperSurf but it looks like they've actually started doing so this month. In 3 separate conversations with Globe Customer Service on the phone over the week-end, we received multiple confirmations that the new default mobile surfing plans will now be GoSurf and SuperSurf is no longer offered in the plans. Some of the new Globe MySuperPlan packages are as follows: MySuperPlan 1799: GoSurf 5GB - 999 Consumable - 800 Unlimited Calls…

Globe offers LG G2 free on Unlisurf Plan 1799

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: October 11, 2013

Globe Telecom today announced the availability of the LG G2 in their postpaid plans. The carrier is giving away the G2 for free when you subscribe to a regular Plan 1799 with no cash-out. The LG G2 has a suggested retail price of Php27,490 (32GB) when it came out in the retail market last week of September. LG G2 specs: 5.2-inch 1080 x 1920 Tru-HD IPS+ LCD display, 424ppi Corning Gorilla Glass 3 2.3GHz quad-core MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 Adreno 330 GPU 2GB RAM 32GB internal memory WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, DLNA Bluetooth 4.0 A2DP GPS w/ aGPS support NFC…