November 01, 2007
Simply Me said:
I thought they were going to increase my free bundle (of 5GB) up to 50GB (to compete with Starhub’s bundle of unlimited data usage). Then I realised that… it’s not the case! What they actually meant was that instead of charging you up to 10GB, now they can charge you up to 50GB!
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "This letter is, as the title suggests, seemingly misleading to give the impression that M1 has increased the free data bundle for all M1 broadband users, when in actual fact, it's just telling their customers that more can be charged to them as a result of the increase in data usage cap."
April 02, 2007
"In 2003, plans for [usa] Total Information Awareness, or TIA, sparked outrage among privacy advocates....Poindexter resigned...[TIA was terminated, to be reborn in] Singapore, a country that mixes elements of democratic governance with authoritarian rule..."
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Data mining and surveillance of internet works against privacy of the internet user and his free speech. It will send everyone back to the stone age of controlled "Speakers corners" where nobody speaks anything significant or controversial and nobody listens."
February 21, 2006
Using this free service, buyers of used handphones on the net as well as on WAP can verify if a handphone is already reported stolen or lost. And they might even want to report the seller and contact the owner or the police.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "It will help deter mobile phone crime in Singapore. It's free and the database will work better if more people registers and use it."