Archive for the 'Phone & internet' Category

May 21 2012

How to sign up for a free Wireless@SG WiFi account

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UPDATE, November 14, 2013: Please see the latest on getting online on the go in Singapore here. Singapore may not be the cheapest country in Southeast Asia for a holiday, but at least you don’t have to pay for the WiFi. That’s right, as part of its uber-modern image Singapore has invested in a wireless … read the full post

Feb 06 2012

Internet cafes in Singapore

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With free WiFi in many public places and practically every Singaporean wielding an iPhone, internet cafes are quickly becoming a thing of the past in Singapore. Thankfully, if you need to do some impromptu web surfing, printing, or Skyping a few internet cafes survive in all of the city’s central neighbourhoods. Little India is home … read the full post

Nov 23 2011

Where to buy a prepaid 3G micro SIM in Singapore

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Getting a local SIM card in Singapore is as easy as popping into the nearest convenience store with your passport, and I’ve already written about how to buy one. However, if you need a prepaid 3G micro SIM card to fit your iPhone or iPad they are only available at select locations. Singtel offers its … read the full post

Mar 08 2011

The best free iPhone Apps for Singapore

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Judging by the number of people with iPhones in Singapore, one might think Apple products are given away with every plate of chicken rice. A recent tongue-in-cheek listing of the “world’s coolest nationalities” ranked Singaporeans #2 for taking geekiness to the extreme level, citing facts like Singapore is home to a 9 year old boy … read the full post

Jan 10 2011

How to buy a local SIM card in Singapore

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It’s easy to get online in ultra-modern Singapore, but sometimes you’ve just got to make a phone call. Once you see what your hotel is charging per minute, it might be smart to invest in a local SIM card for your own +65 phone number. All you need to get started is your passport and … read the full post