The iPhone 5 has recently been released in many parts of the world. Some gave it positive reviews while some gave it a shrug.
I don’t have an iPhone 5 and I don’t think I will ever get one. What I do have is its predecessor — the iPhone 4S… and no, I won’t be writing any feedback about it. A lot of journalists and bloggers already did that. What I want to share is how I acquired it.
This will be a quickie post! LoL!
I am just soooooooo glad that despite the heavy downpour and all the mishaps that happened this month, I still managed to get a new CPU! Yey!
Dad lent me some money and I added a portion of my salary to buy this baby.
Dada referred Mikel (his former colleague) to me and we got a very good deal for less than P20k.
I can play online games and blog again!!! Wheeee~
AMD Athlon II X2 250 3GHz
ASROCK N68C-S UCC
SAPPHIRE Radeon HD6670
Alright, I’m just rambling now.
I’ll edit this some other time.
I’ve had no Internet again for so many weeks.
It’s up and running now but I am just not sure how long it will last.
What sucks even more is that our area doesn’t have SKY Broadband, PLDT MyDSL, BAYANTEL DSL, nor GLOBE DSL.
The only available ones are the SmartBRO and Globe WiMax.
I am unsure if we are gonna transfer to Globe and completely ditch SmartBRO’s crappy service.
Sigh… Just rambling. I need to sleep…
Will edit more once I get a good Internet connection after 12 hours!
I was in the office today rendering RDOT when I felt that my surroundings are mildly shaking. I checked out my colleagues but I guess they were all busy doing their own thing to even care.
I did some research and I found out that there was indeed an earthquake today and it was quite alarming.
My Internet connection has been down for a week…
I’ve been battling with idiotic tech reps from SmartBRO who had zilch knowledge on what they were doing nor do they have the slightest drive to resolve a customer’s concern. This is reminiscent to a scene a couple of years ago.
I had to speak to their supervisor and waste many days just to get everything resolved. Hopefully, this time around, I get those rebates.
Anyway, at the moment, I am just happy that my Internet is up and running again. I’m also getting a decent speed (although terrible ping results).
1.64 Mbps is a good speed for a P999 plan. ☻