Run through on solstice

Club Balai Isabel was indeed an experience. After the outing though - back to work. Tons of workloads .Regional Managers, Directors , VPs and the ETC as a whole became thirsty for some actions. I had my work at home. Shitty but nice.

After the draining week though, I treated myself with some close-to-funky experiences (Internet, relaksasi, etc..) that led me to focus on Smart bro's prepaid wifi connection.

Initially, Smart bro's prepaid Wifi costs 4500 pesos. Its for the kit. Then it will charge users for about 10 pesos per 30 minutes.Question is - how reliable and fast is the connection?

I found some enlightening facts in this blog.

I am considering on getting myself killed with "works at home" through getting the smart bro's prepaid wifi kit.However, there is still this question on the issue of its reliability considering the fact that a lot of Smart bro's plan users are very busy bombarding forums and blogs with negative comments about the speed and services as whole of the smart bro's internet connection.

ZTE project in the country should have been pushed through. That way, free wifi connection for everybody will just going to be around the corner. And in that way, no issues for rice shortage or skyrocketing of prices for every consumer goods should have been sensationalized. And in that way, I would not have to think of the problems about taking my works at home and getting the wifi kit.

By the way, Shooter and Street kings are nice movies to watch.

ヒットエンドぴゅっ! said... said:

April 28, 2008 at 12:20 PM


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