Licence to shoot.
SingTel only gives 200 mins of talk time per mth in their iFlexi Value plan.
Whereas Starhub and M1 gives 300 mins in their equivalent plan.
Nikon D300 | MB-D10 | AF-S 17-55mm f2.8 | 35mm f1.8 | SB-900
very dissapointed with singtel... the recontract process is so troublesome, new line was fast... bad marketing strategy... gain new customers but forget existing ones...
Sold those ericsson, SE, nokias, dopod, HTC, HP, O2, iPhone 2G, 3G & 3GS all to the shops or online. All fetching much higher prices.
Maybe different experiences? shrug.
Licence to shoot.
I'm getting rid of my singtel contract to swich to starhub as i watch cable tv at home n also use the broadband internet.
I wonder how many % of buyers going for 16GB and how many going for 32GB.
32GB is <$200 more expensive than 16GB.
I guess I will go for the 32GB phone. Hopefully lesser ppl will go for it, and thus more stock.
EOS 60D, Canon17-55/2.8 IS, Canon EFS 10-22, Sigma 70-300 AG Macro, 50/1.8, Canon 580EX II
I was able to trade my N97 for 300. SingTel only needs the charger, data cable and the phone. They are more lenient when it comes to scratches or minor usage marks on the phone (actually, my N97 has a lot more usage marks). Shops outside sometimes would published a price, but when actual dealing is in process, they would start to ask for more, like box, manual, even comment the phone looks too old, and hence would try to lower the published price.
From my experience, SingTel would try to offer higher or more lenient in accepting the trade in, since their objective is to keep the customer. Whereas the shops outside is aiming at lowering the cost and making the maximum profit as possible. Their objectives are different.