M1 mySIM Mobile Plan – No Frills with 5GB for $30

Ahead of any announcement of a 4th telco, M1 surprises us with a new mobile plan. Called mySIM, you can get a $30 monthly subscription for 300 min talk time, 1000 sms, and more importantly 3GB of data. If you sign a 12 month contract, the bundled data increases to 5GB. The difference is that these plans are essentially no frills, you would not be able to purchase a handset at a discount.

The plan also comes with free incoming calls, unlimited free calls to 3 M1 numbers, promotional waiver of first month’s subscription for Caller Number Display for new line and voicemail Service. After the initial month waiver, caller number display is charged at $5.35 per month. As a no frills plan, Corporate discount and Senior / Youth Benefits are not applicable on mySIM plans.
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LG Announces Mid-Range Phone Magna LTE for Singapore

The LG Magna LTE is the latest LG mid-range smartphone to be available in Singapore. If you are looking for a budget alternative to the LG G4, then the Magna comes close in terms of design and with a subtle curved display.

As LG describes, the Magna LTE sees the pairing of the most essential hardware with LG’s premium design elements and user experience. The LG Magna LTE is designed to fit more comfortably in the palm of one’s hand with its subtle 3000mm radius curved display. In-cell touch display technology on the Magna brings the on-screen images closer to the fingers for improved sensitivity and more direct touch response. In addition, LG is carrying over popular UX features originally designed for its premium smartphones. Gesture Shot, for instance, makes it easy to take selfies with a hand gesture that starts a three-second countdown. Glance View allows users to quickly access key information such as time, recent messages or missed calls with a simple downward swipe of the screen, even when the display is off.

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iPhone 5S Singapore – Simply All You Need to Know

Apple’s iPhone 5S/5C event on Tuesday brought us the two new devices we expected — and not much else. Already anticipated months ago, the company has announced the launch of the iPhone 5c, a colorful plastic phone and the iPhone 5s, the high-end device and annual top tier model to replace last generation iPhone 5. that includes a 64-bit A7 chip, an enhanced camera, and a fingerprint sensor called Touch ID. Not seen today: iPad, iPod, or the mythical iWatch, despite Samsung having announced the Samsung Gear a week ago.
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