Chinese tech manufacturers are now becoming more visible in the horizon, and the more popular and leading brands are now under threat. This is made possible due to the release of high-end products, at an unbelievably budget-friendly price tag, something that we thought were impossible when companies like Apple and Samsung were dominating the market.
Two things that make people wary with online navigation are concerns about mobile data charges, and spotty signal in some areas. While we’re a long way from never having to experience the latter, Smart made it one step closer on fixing the former.
Local telco Sun Cellular has a new way for its loyal subscribers to enjoy unlimited Internet browsing at a very low price. For only Php80, users can enjoy unlimited Internet access via the Opera Mini browser.
Local telco Sun Cellular sure is blurring the lines between prepaid and postpaid subscriptions with its new Sun Budget 99 Plan. With payments of only Php99 every month, this is the most attractive option for students and the budget-minded to enjoy postpaid features by Sun Cellular.
If you’re looking for something to brag about our country, then you can forget about average Internet speeds. Currently on the top of the worldwide Internet speed ranking is South Korea at an average of 14.2Mbps, followed by other Asian countries Japan and Hong Kong.
Despite the high speeds that your Internet service provider promises to offer you, such fast Internet connections does not always hold in the real world. More often than not, you experience slower access as you browse your Facebook feeds or download the latest movies from iTunes. If luck is on your side, it would be faster, even more than double the advertised speed, but not consistently so.
Samsung is already set to officially launch the Galaxy S4 here in the Philippines several days from now. To help ease up some of your burden in searching of the updated prices here in our country, I created this post to list all Samsung Galaxy S4 prices in the Philippines.