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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 29 Dec 2007 12:12 am

It's not the short form of anything. It is illiteracy or just plain lazy, that's all. If you cannot be bothered to write properly here, do not expect to have any interaction with the rest of the forumers who do display some intelligence, unlike yourself.

Doesn't your keyboard have at lease 88 keys? Probably has 101 like most so there is no reason not to use proper English here. Also, unlike a mobile phone with limited capacity, you do not have that problem here. So try to appear a little bit intelligent. Even if you are out on school holidays at the moment and mommy has let you use the PC it's helps to practice as you are obviously in need of it.

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Postby blades29 » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 6:34 pm

08weixiang12 wrote:realli ar?but he come sg sure nid home de phone number ma?dun nid meh?


don't be surprised to find that most young couples with new homes do not bother subscribing a home phone line 'cos of the free incoming mobile calls. And they just leave the handphones on even when they go to sleep.

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Postby ukdesigner » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 11:07 pm

realli ar?but he come sg sure nid home de phone number ma?dun nid meh?


what on earth does that mean?

I'm not stupid and am used to sms language but that is just bollocks!!
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Re: Starhub installation

Postby Ibnu » Fri, 04 Jan 2008 11:55 pm

jezzman wrote:Hey :wave:

I've been told that I can't order Starhub digital cable TV and internet before I arrive in Singapore, which has puzzled me a bit to say the least.

Anyways, we'll be arriving on the 29. January 2008 and if I order the installation the same day, does anyone know how fast Starhub proceeds the order? I'll be going for both cable, mobile and internet from them.


Another question. We're moving into a brand new apartment, so I was wondering if there any TV channels to watch, before we get the installation from Starhub done? Is there normal free to view channels in Singapore?


Please help me out here as I've got absolutely no idea. :)



1)
( Usually it takes within 2 to 3 days.....)


2)
(It depends where you stay.Condo,HDB or Landed.
For condo, most of the condo in singapore are cable up..
For HDB, it depend on wether its a mature ( cable up ) or new estate ( not all signal converted)...

Hope this help......Btw,enjoy ur stay in Singapore....

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Postby durain » Sat, 05 Jan 2008 12:21 am

mine took 0 day!

already had the starhub point in the apartment. in the morning, went to the starhub store. got a ticket number and waited (and why is there always a queue at starhub store?). all i need was broadband and a landline telephone. sign the usual paperwork and got a motorola cable modem to take home.

got home, plugged it in and was surfing the net :D


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