DNP0i$onou$ Clubh0us3 - TCSS Part IV


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History of D90 Poison Club

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||It started by a small group of D90 mini gathering and we mix around & found that we click quite well.||
||Since the outing, this small group have been keeping in contact with each other through this forum. ||
||This is a continuous from the previous thread. Times have changed thus we change for the better ||
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History
1) D90 Poison Club - Part I
2) D90 Poison Club - Part II
3) D90 Poison Club - Part III
 

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Now where is Skylover when you need him? :think: :bsmilie::bsmilie: Skylover, please lock down the old thread... :) Oh wait...it can't be locked right?
 

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History of D90 Poison Club

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||It started by a small group of D90 mini gathering and we mix around & found that we click quite well.||
||Since the outing, this small group have been keeping in contact with each other through this forum. ||
||This is a continuous from the previous thread. Times have changed thus we change for the better ||
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History
1) D90 Poison Club - Part I
2) D90 Poison Club - Part II
3) D90 Poison Club - Part III
Wah fast! you opened the new thread :bsmilie:
 

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How much will it cost har? I never keep track one... I mean to renew with contract
Depends on your telco, but generally I think they're all within the same ballpark amount.

I'm interested in the $50+/mth plan, which means I can get the iPhone 4 (I think it's 8GB model) for $210.
Am not a power-user, so the lowest-end model is fine by me.
With my corporate discounts, my monthly subscription will be in the $40-45 range. Still manageable.


I feel a bit reluctant to be labelled a "herd follower", but truth be told the iPhone does what it does very well. It ain't the fastest kid on the block that's for sure. But I feel that I don't need the other bells n whistles.
Actually was even considering just getting a standard monoblock-phone with my current standard plan ($20+/mth), but then it seems the entire market has gravitated towards smartphones w touchscreen LCDs.
 

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Depends on your telco, but generally I think they're all within the same ballpark amount.

I'm interested in the $50+/mth plan, which means I can get the iPhone 4 (I think it's 8GB model) for $210.
Am not a power-user, so the lowest-end model is fine by me.
With my corporate discounts, my monthly subscription will be in the $40-45 range. Still manageable.
Thanks for the detailed cost, yeah I know all should fall within certain ball park figure - they are all pretty competitive... Yours Singtel?
 

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Thanks for the detailed cost, yeah I know all should fall within certain ball park figure - they are all pretty competitive... Yours Singtel?
Mine M1... only M1 has corporate plans for me. For Singtel I'd be paying like $56/mth and then $5/mth for Caller-ID (once the free period is over).
With M1 it's about $45 all-in, saving me like... $180/year (enough for a decent camera backpack perhaps!)
 

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Depends on your telco, but generally I think they're all within the same ballpark amount.

I'm interested in the $50+/mth plan, which means I can get the iPhone 4 (I think it's 8GB model) for $210.
Am not a power-user, so the lowest-end model is fine by me.
With my corporate discounts, my monthly subscription will be in the $40-45 range. Still manageable.


I feel a bit reluctant to be labelled a "herd follower", but truth be told the iPhone does what it does very well. It ain't the fastest kid on the block that's for sure. But I feel that I don't need the other bells n whistles.
Actually was even considering just getting a standard monoblock-phone with my current standard plan ($20+/mth), but then it seems the entire market has gravitated towards smartphones w touchscreen LCDs.
It has taken the market by storm... the IPhone tsunami! :sweat:
 

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Mine M1... only M1 has corporate plans for me. For Singtel I'd be paying like $56/mth and then $5/mth for Caller-ID (once the free period is over).
With M1 it's about $45 all-in, saving me like... $180/year (enough for a decent camera backpack perhaps!)
What's corporate plan? How do you qualify for one (if you need to qualify)?
 

ZerocoolAstra

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What's corporate plan? How do you qualify for one (if you need to qualify)?
Basically most companies have tie-up with one or more of the telcos... They allow these telcos to come down and have roadshows, etc at the office premises.
Sort of a win-win situation. The telcos get a "captive audience", the employees (subscribers) get some discounts (quite substantial).

If you're on your own, then I'm afraid you're on your own bro! :embrass:....
 

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Basically most companies have tie-up with one or more of the telcos... They allow these telcos to come down and have roadshows, etc at the office premises.
Sort of a win-win situation. The telcos get a "captive audience", the employees (subscribers) get some discounts (quite substantial).

If you're on your own, then I'm afraid you're on your own bro! :embrass:....
Ah I see! I'm a no-man-isle... :bsmilie:
 

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