iPhone 5 Philippines: Postpaid or Prepaid?
iphone 5 availability in the Philippines is set to be around November and December this year. This gives Filipinos the time to save and decide whether to go for a prepaid iPhone 5 or a postpaid iPhone 5. Others consider it as a bad news but consumers who are willing to wait and who are willing to protect their money from buying unworthy products will agree with me.
iPhone 5 Madness
September 13 came (Sept 12 in US) and Apple officially announced its iphone 5. Rumors got it - a taller screen for the new Apple's baby packed with a faster A6 chip. I spent all my vacant hours searching for Apple's Iphone 5 in google and their official site. Reviews, issues with the maps, videos comparing it to all other phones especially Android, gold-plated iphone 5, some drop tests and perfomance tests and of course its availability in my country, Philippines.
iPhone 5 PH Postpaid and Prepaid Revealed
Our anticipated iPhone 5 postpaid availability in the Philippines can be predicted. Well, it can’t be denied for a report that we (Philippines) have one of the highest numbers in Internet usage and social media. Indeed, Philippines is a digital literate country. According to Singapore-based research firm GfK, Philippines is now considered as the fastest-growing market for smartphones in Southeast Asia, with a staggering 326% increase in smartphone sales over the last 12 months.
Aboitiz Future Leaders Business Summit
Program Eligibility To apply for the AFLBS, the applicant must: Be a Filipino citizen, 25 years old or younger at the time of the Summit Be a bonafide undergraduate student of a school / university Be a 3rd or 4th year student of a 4-year course; 4th or 5th year student of a 5-year course (by June 2012) Be taking up any course in the following fields of study: Business Management, Accounting, Communications, Political Science, Information Technology, Marketing, Finance, Engineering, Psychology, Economics, and Law Be ranked in the top 20 of their college or department Be an active leader or officer of any student organization – student government, academic, cause-oriented, socio-civic or religious in nature Possesses excellent communication skills Not have any disciplinary case inside or outside campus.
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Here's the screenshot of iPhone 5 prepaid and postpaid rates for both network giants:
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Globe iPhone 5 starts at P35,400 while Smart tagged it at P33,600. In this category, Smart has an edge of attracting more customers and buyers.
Globe tagged itself as #1 in postpaid and with their iPhone 5 postpaid rates, Globe is doing well proving their claim.
Next question would be: who has the faster network? You have to answer the question. Honestly, I have a Globe Tattoo Superstick. In some parts of the city it's fast, in some parts not really. In general, it's satisfying. Haven't tried Smart though.
Oh! Why upgrade for iPhone 5? New to iPhone? Why not iPhone 4s? Hmm, it's up to you but personally, I recommend iPhone 5. For three weeks now, I've been using the "Best thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone" and it's very satisfying. I just love it and I can say it's better than the previous iPhone generations. Yes it's taller, faster (camera, performance, etc) and thinner. I own a white iPhone 5 32GB and a friend labeled it as remote for an air conditioner while the black/slate iPhone 5 is a remote for a car. Haha. Kidding aside, you have 6 days to go before the official launching of iPhone 5 in PH. Decide now between 16,32,64 and black or white and globe or smart or regret. Confuse between Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5? That's tough. I hope you'll not regret at the end.
Get your iPhone 5 now!
September 12, 2012, before becoming history as iphone 5’s debut date in the Apple Special Event is the rumored launch date of the sixth generation of APPL’s iphone. Thanks to leakers and clairvoyant, it came true. As a result, 5 million sales for the first three days of iphone 5 and the ‘bad’ part, unbalanced supply and demand of Apple’s and the world’s new baby.
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ICOMOS International Conference on Cultural Tourism 2012
For registration to the conference, send an e-mail to email@example.com. Note that seats are limited. We will accept participants on a first come, first served basis. Payment of conference fee confirms your slot.
Participation fees are Php3500 for professionals (inclusive of lunch on both days, conference kits) and Php600 for undergraduate students with ID (inclusive of packed lunch on both days, conference kits)
Note that the fees do not include transportation to/from Vigan and accommodation there. The City Tourism Office of Vigan, Ilocos Sur can assist you in looking for accommodation. You may contact the office at (077) 7228776 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration begins at 8 a.m. of Wednesday, November 7, 2012. Conference will end at 5:30 p.m. of Thursday, November 8, 2012.
For cash and check payments, you may deposit to:
International Council on Monuments & Sites Philippines, Inc.
Bank of the Philippine Islands S/A No. 3083 7113 95 (Loyola Katipunan Branch)
Scan and e-mail a copy of the deposit slip to email@example.com. Keep the original slip and present it when you register during the conference. You will need the deposit slip to claim your conference ID, kit and official receipt.
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