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  1. Blueray

    SIM Only Mobile Plans Discussion

    Starting a thread to consolidate the sharing of SIM-only plan experiences and lobangs. Still 1 month+ left on my current M1 SIM-only contract and looking at what other players (telco and MVNO) are offering. Came across Zero1's 6u plan which seems pretty competitive, so putting this plan on my radar screen.
  2. AndrewLee72

    Issue with starhub simcard

    Anyone on Starhub sim. Got this problem whereby 4G data will suddenly stop working. Then after awhile. It works again. But during down time.. whatsapp msg cannot come in
  3. Neutrino

    Mobile Phone plan help needed

    I don't use a mobile phone and my missus only uses a couple of dollars worth of whatever a month. But she just told me that M1 are scrapping nearly all of their 19 mobile plans and reducing them to just two, the cheapest of which cost S$25 per month. Is this correct. She said Singtel and Starhub already do this. Is there a Mobile Plan with any provider which would suit her small usage. Thanks.
  4. Hi Guys, We have integrated MCF forums inside sgcarmart! Now you can shop all the car you like already and then head down to MyCarForum!
  5. Is there T-mobile or AT&T booth at Terminal 5 (international arrival) where I can buy tourist mobile plan for 3 weeks?
  6. Anyone else facing the same issues with M1 on their mobile phone ? Not able to make or receive calls at all .
  7. steveluv

    Huawei New P30 & P30 Pro

    Huawei P30 Pro ‘periscope’ zoom camera confirmed as executive talks enhanced low-light Ben Schoon - Mar. 5th 2019 7:01 am PT @NexusBen In just a few short weeks, Huawei will officially unveil its new flagship, the Huawei P30 Pro. Today, the company’s VP of Global Marketing is confirming some details about the device, including the periscope zoom camera the Huawei P30 Pro will be packing. Last year’s Huawei P20 Pro did a lot to help establish Huawei as a powerful player in the smartphone camera market, and that prowess continues on. For its sequel, Huawei isn’t pulling its punches. Speaking to Android Central, Huawei’s Clement Wong confirmed a couple of long-standing rumors about the Huawei P30 Pro – it’s going to have a super-zoom sensor, and it’ll have better low-light. Looking first at the new zoom camera, Wong describes it as a “periscope-style” zoom camera that will be the third sensor on the Huawei P30 Pro. He explained that it would have “super-zoom” capabilities, but didn’t confirm the level it would hit. Previous Huawei devices achieved 5x zoom using a hybrid system, and rumors currently point to a 10x zoom from the sensor. What would that 10x zoom be capable of? It’ll probably produce some great shots, and early samples on Chinese social media show off something truly amazing. Wong says that the picture below was captured on the P30 Pro, sneakily confirming its quad-camera setup, and clearly showing details of the lunar surface. He says this shot was taken handheld without any post-editing. Confirmed Huawei P30 Pro zoom camera sample Further, Wong explains that the Huawei P30 Pro will also offer enhanced low-light capabilities alongside the strong zoom option. Specifics weren’t mentioned, sadly, but the company sees its next upgrade as a huge jump over what was offered on the already impressive P20 Pro. He also suggested that hardware would be involved, with the new night mode not solely relying on software like the company’s competition. To end, Wong said that the Huawei P30 Pro will use “revolutionary technology to rewrite rules of photography.” That’s a very bold claim, and we’ll have to wait until March 26th to see how it pans out. https://9to5google.com/2019/03/05/huawei-p30-pro-zoom-camera/
  8. zipping

    New Mobile MVNO telco.....Giga

    https://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news-giga-enters-fray-singapores-5th-mvno-and-8th-telco-operator https://giga.com.sg/giga.aspx Giga goes live today - Singapore's 5th MVNO and 8th telco operator!By Zachary Chan - on 18 May 2019, 1:45pm Singapore is a small little island with an increasingly crowded telco market. If you think that three major telcos (with a fourth on its way), and four mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) isn't already saturating the market enough, a brand new MVNO has just joined the ranks of Circles.Life, MyRepublic, Zero Mobile and Zero 1 today. The new player is called Giga, and it will be a StarHub MVNO like MyRepublic. Giga offers only a single plan: $25 for 25GB of data. What makes it compelling is that Giga is also offering 1,000 free SMS, 1,000 minutes of free talk time, free caller ID, free incoming calls AND 2-month rollover data! This means if you don't finish your data for any billing month, it can be carried forward at maximum for the next two months. And as an icing on the cake, no contracts. As a launch promotion, all new signups before 18th June will get 1 month free subscription. Additional data can be purchased on the fly in 1GB increments for $2 per 1GB. If you're a heavy Facebook/Instagram or Whatsapp user, you can purchase specific data packs tied to those apps at just $1 per 1GB. They also have an interesting Roaming option called Jetset giga! where you can buy 1GB of data for $5 that can be used in any of the 14 countries listed below on any network. It's not a very expansive list sure, but it can be quite useful if you travel within Asia alot. Giga is positioning itself as a fully digital operator, which means it will not have any physical presence, conducting business entirely through its mobile app. To do this, Giga will be the first mobile operator to implement Digital ID verification. Related video To sign up for the Giga service, you can download the Giga app right now, and follow the on-screen instructions (if you can't find it yet, here are the direct links: App Store or Google Play). You'll need your NRIC or Passport ready at this point as the app will ask you to take a picture of your ID and a selfie. This process is to match your face with that of your ID and ensure that you who you say you are during the sign-up process, and not using someone else's ID. You will also need to have a valid credit card to complete your sign up. Subsequent billing will be made to this credit card as well. When you're done, Giga will courier over your SIM card. They've partnered with GOGOVAN for this delivery service, and according to Giga, all SIM cards are supposed to be delivered within 24 hours. You can even track the delivery process through the app in real time. As a fully digital service, Giga is trying to make everything happen within their app, from real-time data tracking to account cancellation. Remember, Giga is currently a no contract service. In an attempt to appeal to the younger crowd, the Giga app is designed to be colorful and trendy. You can select a few custom avatars, which even has their own curated Spotify playlists to match their personalities. Even customer service is handled by an AI chatbot cat called Gino. You can ask him questions about Giga or tell you jokes (yes, I know I spelled joke wrongly, but Gino still understood what I wanted to say). Of course, you can request to speak to a real customer service person as well.
  9. Kb27

    Mobile phone GPS problem

    Recently, I encounter gps problem. I was using Uber driver app, then I added Grab driver app. Both use and would launch Waze as navigation. Sometimes after using for a while, Waze would suddenly freeze, not knowing what to do, like hanged. I then turn on Google Map and it shows the same location problem as Waze. I'm not currently at that location, it was like a few km away. So I suspect Location service has a problem. I had 2 phones, LG V20 and G4, both having the same problem occasionally. Once the problem started, rebooting the phone will fix it, until the next gps "loss" Initial suspect is LG phones, but googling found that samsung phone users also reported experiencing this problem. https://forums.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-s7-edge/667438-losing-gps-signal-how-can-i-stop.html If you have any experience with losing gps, for no reason, and how you fix it, please share. From the above link, the solution appears to be: 1. Switch off Wifi - Wifi degrade GPS signal. 2. Set GPS to device only, not High GPS which also use Wifi and network. 3. Remove battery optimization for Location Service. For those who use and encounter this during navigation, it can be frustrating, when you have to reboot the phone.
  10. http://www.straitstimes.com/tech/third-virtual-mobile-telco-enters-market?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&xtor=CS1-10 Zero1 eyes slice of the pie with aggressive pricing for unlimited mobile data plan Irene Tham Senior Tech Correspondent A new virtual mobile telco wants to challenge the status quo by introducing an unlimited mobile data plan at rock-bottom prices. Starting today, Zero1 will be pre-registering customers on its website for the $19-a-month plan that will be launched next month. This price is for the first 3,000 registrations. After that, it will cost $29.99 a month. The plan comes with 200 minutes of local talk time and 200 SMS messages. Even at the higher price, it is one-third the current market price. Zero1 is the third virtual mobile telco to enter Singapore after Circles.Life and Zero Mobile. Virtual telcos do not build their own physical mobile networks, but lease them wholesale from one of the existing telcos. Zero1 leases from Singtel. Zero1's CEO Stuart Tan said the low price requires it to manage the surfing speed of heavy users in a way that will not slow down that of other users on the network. Specifically, the download speed for high-definition videos will be capped after the first 3GB of data allowance is used. This limit, Mr Tan claims, will not reduce the speed of many other services including YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp calls. Zero1 hopes to sign up 50,000 subscribers - about 1 per cent of the post-paid market - in its first year of operation. It plans to set itself apart from rivals by offering free voice roaming via its Zero1 app, slated to be launched in June. With the app, subscribers will be able to call and receive calls from any Singapore mobile or landline number for free while roaming overseas. ST_20170913_VCDATA13_3411919.jpg Related Story Unlimited mobile data: It's back but can it replace home Internet? This is done using call-forwarding technology Mr Tan developed, patented and launched early last year. The technology is embedded in a device called Qongle, sold for $199. It helps travellers avoid expensive roaming fees, ranging from 35 cents to $6 a minute depending on the destination country, or inconvenient workarounds to reduce roaming rates such as buying a SIM card in the destination country. Qongle's technology is now embedded in Zero1's backend systems. Mobile data roaming rates will apply but the rates will be announced later. In June, the firm will also launch tiered data plans and value-added services such as music and live concert streaming on virtual reality platforms. Zero1, which received its operating licence from the Infocomm Media Development Authority late last year, has raised a few million dollars from private investors. They include Zone Telecom, a telephony and networking services firm that belongs to the Hong Kong-listed e-Kong Group conglomerate.
  11. Virtual telco Zero Mobile’s licence suspended over outstanding billing issues, company blacklisted: IMDA source: https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/virtual-telco-zero-mobiles-licence-suspended-over-outstanding-billing-issues-company SINGAPORE — Zero Mobile, an Australia-based firm that provided virtual telco services here, has been suspended with immediate effect due to failures to address outstanding billing issues, Singapore’s telco regulator said on Thursday (March 12). The company and its directors have also been blacklisted, said the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) in a statement. “This is due to Zero Mobile’s failure to address outstanding billing disputes with ex-subscribers in spite of IMDA’s reminders, following the cessation of Zero Mobile’s service plans in December 2019,” it said. The move comes after TODAY reported last December that the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which leased network capacity from Singtel, had scrapped all its existing mobile plans. However, chief executive officer Glenn Mohammed had said then that the company intended to roll out new ones in the following weeks. Despite Mr Mohammed’s assurance that Zero Mobile was committed to succeed in the Singapore market, the new plans were not launched and some Zero Mobile subscribers complained that they were still being charged for services that they had asked to cancel. On Thursday, IMDA said it has worked with the company to resolve issues with 230 ex-subscribers, which had been brought about by the cessation of the company’s services, such as porting over their numbers to other telcos. However, 12 of them have not resolved their billing issues with Zero Mobile. “IMDA takes the protection of consumers’ interests seriously. IMDA is investigating Zero Mobile for contraventions of consumer protection requirements under IMDA’s Telecom Competition Code, and will take enforcement action if there are any breaches,” the regulator said. “IMDA has also directed Zero Mobile to resolve its billing issues with ex-subscribers, and advises affected ex-subscribers to stop their recurring auto-payment arrangements.” If Zero Mobile fails to do so, its licence to operate will be cancelled on March 18, said the IMDA. Such an outcome would make Zero Mobile the first MVNO to shutter in Singapore in recent memory. TODAY has reached out to Zero Mobile for comment. Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/virtual-telco-zero-mobiles-licence-suspended-over-outstanding-billing-issues-company
  12. Jman888

    YouTrip Mobile wallet

    anyone sign up for this? free and sounds easy to use.
  13. steveluv

    Huawei P40 Pro Premium

    https://www.gsmarena.com/new_leak_shows_huawei_p40_pro_premium_edition_will_join_p40_and_p40_pro_have_10x_zoom_camera-news-41083.php Leak: Huawei P40 Pro Premium will join P40 and P40 Pro, have 10x zoom camera Yesterday, we saw renders of the Huawei P40 Pro with four cameras on the back, a knock against rumors of a penta-camera setup. Today, new renders appear that show both four and five cameras – what’s going on? The second set of renders come from the reliable @evleaks. What seems to be happening is that Huawei will add three new phones to the flagship P-series instead of the usual two. Apple did it and so did Samsung, so why not Huawei? Having a closer look reveals something even more interesting – the premiere model (the one with five cameras), dubbed Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition, has a periscope telephoto lens with 240mm focal length. Assuming that the main camera has a 24mm lens, that’s 10x optical zoom. Compare that to the four camera model, the Huawei P40 Pro, which has a 125mm periscope lens. That should be 5x optical zoom. Both versions have an 18mm ultra wide camera. The two additional cameras on the P40 Pro Premium are probably a dedicated macro cam and a 3D ToF sensor. The P40 Pro will have a ToF sensor, according to Teme, another leakster covering the P40 phones. Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition • Huawei P40 Pro As for the base model, the Huawei P40, we already saw that it will have a 17mm ultra wide and a standard 80mm telephoto lens (so, 3x optical zoom). According to Teme, the Huawei P40 will have a 52MP main camera (1/1.3” sensor), 40MP cine camera (1/1.5” sensor) and an 8MP tele camera.
  14. Any recommended shop that helps to install and link DVB-T2 HD Mobile Digital TV Tuner to existing In-Car entertainment system with LCD screen?
  15. Which mobile phone games are you playing and highly recommended ? What are the other popular games like tsum tsum now ? Ok I am having school holidays now. Lol.
  16. Singapore to start 5G roll-out by 2020: Iswaran SINGAPORE plans to start rolling out fifth-generation mobile network technology, or 5G, by 2020. Minister for Communications and Information S Iswaran confirmed the market's timeframe expectations on Monday, in a move that he said was "to maintain Singapore's competitive edge in connectivity". The Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) "will launch a public consultation shortly" on regulatory framework and policy issues such as spectrum allocation, Mr Iswaran added. He was speaking at the Committee of Supply debate in Parliament, in a reply to a question from MP Ong Teng Koon (Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC) on the Republic's digital infrastructure capabilities. "The digital economy - streaming services, e-commerce and cloud computing - is built on the assumption of uninterrupted access to the Internet," Mr Ong had said. "Loss of connectivity can have potentially catastrophic business consequences ... What are our plans to ensure that our digital infrastructure is able to support our growing digital economy?" Mr Iswaran told the House in reply that "we aim to ensure that we have future-ready and globally competitive digital infrastructure, which is the bedrock of our digital economy". The minister noted that 5G is expected to be as much as 100 times faster than the present 4G systems, with up to 25 times lower latency or lag time, and as many as one million devices supported within one square kilometre - that is, 1,000 times denser than is now possible. "5G has the potential to fundamentally transform our businesses and the way they operate," said Mr Iswaran, pointing to "its capacity to handle many high-demand applications simultaneously". These could include network connectivity for self-driving vehicles, industrial automation and the Internet of Things, and nationwide sensor networks, he observed. Singapore's three incumbent network operators - Singtel, StarHub and M1 - have all kicked off 5G trials with industry partners, including a 5G pilot network in the one-north district, by Singtel and Ericsson. Meanwhile, the IMDA has been waiving the frequency fees associated with 5G trials since 2017. https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/government-economy/singapore-to-start-5g-roll-out-by-2020-iswaran 5G lai liao ...
  17. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/starhub-m1-announce-new-plans-for-data-hungry-consumers-9169150 Not that i use so much, but seems like they fighting off Circles.life.
  18. Search clan tag #YJVPJU8 Can accommodate clan merging. Looking for active member who donate, play war.
  19. Hi guys. Do you have any contacts that does mobile servicing? I will provide my own oil.
  20. Atrecord

    Samsung Note 9

    How come nobody mention Samsung Note 9, which has been opened for pre-order since i think last week? Heard some people say it's very good. Is it? S Pen got bluetooth function or something, but not sure what it can really do. http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/08/14/samsung-galaxy-note-9-review
  21. is it secure? 1. assuming you lost your phone 2. although you have fingerprint sensor setup but your passcode is stupidly configure with 123123 123456 000123 3. if the perpetrator add in his fingerprint 4. he can activate the banking app and transfer money out i see many people use their phone while in mrt when standing near looking down ... can see everything a person doing with the phone no need a super duper tok kong hacker simply anyone grab/snatch the phone and can do nuts and crazy stuff in the first 15-30 mins even before the user can report to bank what do you think?
  22. Hi bros, any cheap mobile polisher to recommend? Thanks in advance.
  23. Hi all, wanna do my white ride before CNY, not very good condition although i DIY groom my car, got scratches and all, would machine polishing help? Dun have a polishing machine, wanna get one but afraid would screw things up, any to recommend? Mine is a kim chi white ride, if not convenient can PM me...
  24. Ysc3

    Mobile phone explosion

    what a way to go ... and as usual, the question on everyone's mind is : what phone ? Mobile phone explosion kills Malaysian venture capital firm's CEO KUALA LUMPUR: A mobile phone explosion led to the death of 45-year-old Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd CEO Nazrin Hassan, according to a statement released by the company on Friday (Jun 15). The company confirmed that the post-mortem report concluded the cause of death on Thursday as complications from blast injuries attributable to an exploding handphone that was being charged next to him. A message from the family that has been circulating on social media quoted Nazrin’s brother-in-law as claiming that at some point the phone had overheated and exploded, causing a blunt trauma at the back of Nazrin’s head and caused his death. The mattress too had caught fire but Nazrin was already lifeless by then, said the brother-in-law whose name was not mentioned in the message. Police had earlier said Nazrin was trapped in a bedroom fire at his double-storey terrace house in Mutiara Damansara yesterday and probably died of smoke inhalation. He had also suffered burns on his body. Nazrin leaves behind his wife and four children, according to the Star.