Posted by Jayce Ooi as Hardware
I always wish to have a universal portable stand for all my tablet and mobile phone. Yes, I have one that I can use on my Apple iPhone, The new iPad, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy S2, HTC One X, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 now. The best universal portable stand to rule them all. In addition, it is still workable on tablet and smartphone with casing unlike silicone suction cup ball stand. This universal portable stand is the best pal of my Nexus 7 now. And will make new friend with Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 too…
Top best universal portable stand for tablet and mobile phone
Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet sucks! Yes, Celcom Broadband suck. Why? Because I exceeded my usage limit and it is running at throttle speed @ 64 Kbps now. I still have 1 week to suffer before back to normal speed @ 3.6 Mbps. Yeah… I am back to 56K modem old age. I still remember the Internet speed is slow as turtle back then. Luckily, there is not much P2P, Flash, online video during that time.
Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet Suck
I started to use Celcom Broadband since I got my very first smartphone ~ HTC HD2. That was Celcom Broadband Basic with 384kbps. Got upgraded to 512kbps after few months. Then I downgraded to Celcom Broadband Entry on Voice with 384kbps connection speed only but cheaper price. Then it changed name to Celcom Broadband mBasic. And once again speed was upgraded to 700kbps.
Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet is my backup Internet access at home and primary when on the road. There are 4 Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet Plans currently ~ Celcom Broadband mLite, Celcom Broadband mBasic, Celcom Broadband mAdvance and Celcom Broadband mPro. All of them have the same connection speed at 3600kbps but have different bandwidth volume and price. Once again, I changed to the cheapest plan as I want to get 3.6 Mbps connection speed compare to 700kbps on old plan. How is the Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet performance? Let’s find out…
Celcom Broadband Mobile Internet SpeedTest
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Ramblings
Stay updated and connected on 24/7… Yup, that’s the trend out there now. Internet is part of our life. Checking email on personal and business accounts, receive and open email attachments, browsing your favourite websites, social networking with Facebook, Twitter & Foursquare while on the go. All these tasks can be done easily with Celcom BlackBerry. Besides making mobile calls, SMS, Blackberry Messenger allows you to chat non-stop with your friends too.
Celcom BlackBerry Bold 9780 and the new BlackBerry Torch 9800
“Blackberry Torch 9800 sell at RM 8 only? You must be joking, right?” Nope, I am telling nothing but the truth. They got it from Celcom Blackberry Torch 9800 Launch Event at Pavilion KL on 29 October 2010. Besides these lucky first 10 customers who got Blackberry Torch with RM 8, Celcom sold it at RM 488 to the next 100 customers and the following 100 customers at RM 888. All they needed to do ~ signed up Celcom Blackberry postpaid plan. What a crazy deal!
The lucky first 10 customers