Phones & Utilities

Save With Certainty On Senoko Energy LifePower24 Fixed Rate Plan

The Open Electricity Market (OEM) has allowed households to switch from SP Group to other retailers to trim their electricity bills. While this has been a fantastic ride so far, it would be even better if households can make the switch with certainty on the following: Knowing the unit rate to be paid across the entire duration of the contract Enjoying the highest saving rate across the type of plans available With so many fixed rate plans being offered in

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Phones & Utilities

Why Are Apple iPhones So Expensive?

Whenever Apple releases a new iPhone, it has been a tradition for Singaporean consumers to queue up in the nearest Apple retailer. Apple fans participate in a childish display of smartphone rivalry between iPhone and its Android smartphone counterparts. Whichever side you are on, one thing remains the same. iPhones are so expensive! Its hefty price is probably due to a combination of the following factors. #1: GAINING FULL CONTROL Whether you like it or not, an Apple iPhone comes

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Phones & Utilities

Free Mobile Games To Spice Up Your Life

Entertainment does not have to come with an excessive price tag! You see, there are hundreds or even thousands of mobile games available for Android and iOS. A lot of these games are available for absolutely nothing. Whether a game is ad-supported or fueled on a “freemium” model (i.e., offering the basic services for free and the advanced features at a premium), the following games will surely make your commute less boring. What are you waiting for? Spice up your

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Phones & Utilities

Samsung’s Most Expensive Flop

Considered as one of the biggest product failures of all time, Samsung Galaxy Note7 floats on the same boat as Apple Lisa (1983) and Ford Pinto (1971). It started off as a promising product with special features such as iris scanner, improved S-pen, expanded internal storage, and 5.70-inch touchscreen display. It was supposed to be Samsung’s answer to its rival Apple’s iPhone 7. It quickly became a fiery disaster when a number of Note7 devices either emitted smoke or caught

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Daily Living, Phones & Utilities

iSwitch: Stand A Chance To Win 1 Year Free Electricity For Your Household While Paying Less For Your Electricity Bill When You Switch To iSwitch.

With the first phase of the Open Electricity Market (OEM) rolled-out on 1st November, households with postal codes that begin from 58 – 78 now have the opportunity to switch electricity providers. This means that you can now choose plans from electricity retailers like iSwitch instead of getting your power supply from SP Group alone, very much like choosing a mobile phone plan. However, with the many retailers that debuted with the launch of OEM, it may be very confusing

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