I just received a UniFi brochure in my mailbox, Unifi now can can be installed in my office area. With tag line,Experience the new Era of Digital lifestyle. High Speeds Broadband up to 20 Mbps. Plus you also will received FREE unlimited Edition England T-shirt if you register early.
Currently my office using Streamyx 1Mbps for about 8 PC and laptop. Monthly our phone and broadband bills around RM 300. Maybe its a good idea to change to UniFi. I will promote this to my boss.
# 3 Residential Packages :
VIP 5 – RM 149 per month
VIP 10 – RM 199 per month
VIP 20 – RM 249 per month
Few things that probably you missed out :
All UniFi packages are subject to a 24 months contract period. Meaning you have to obey the contract.
All packages offered will be subject to a monthly download volume. It is not introduce yet but will affect your download your download usage.
Customer will enjoy FREE subscription of UniFi package until 30th June 2010.
NO installation & acativation fees
NO equipment charges
Enjoy HyppTV . Except no Sport channel is offered. If not this will compete with ASTRO for sure.
FREE calls to TM fixed line and 10 sen per minute to all mobile carrier.
A recent UK survey found one in generation Y-ers had been told their relationship was over via a phone text or e-mail message.”Most of us send e-mails and texts every day,so it comes as no surprise they are now being used to ditch someone-however distasteful that is,”says Rob Barnes from moneysupermarket.com,which conducted the survey.
But using technology to end a relationship can do just as damage to the dumper as it does to the dumpee,warns Anne Hollands,CEO of Relationships Australia.”By not having human-to-human contact when dealing with a break-up,people are robed of the chance to grow and learn from the experience.”
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (SAAS) Airport, formerly known as Subang Airport, is situated in Selangor and surrounded by Subang commercial centre, prime residential areas and 5-star hotels, and it only takes 15-minutes or less to travel to the airport. If you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur, 30 minutes is all it takes. SAAS Airport is also linked to major highways like Federal Highway, NKVE, LDP, ELITE and SPRINT Highways, making the journey here a breeze.
No matter what mode of transport, getting to SAAS Airport couldn’t be easier. BY BUS
If you’re boarding a bus from KL Sentral, take the Rapid KL Bus No. U81. If coming from Puduraya, take Metro Bus No. 9. BY LRT
Get off at the Kelana Jaya LRT stop and take a taxi to SAAS Airport, which is just 15 minutes away. BY KOMUTER
Board the KTM Komuter from KL Sentral, get off at the Subang Jaya Station and take a taxi to Subang Airport which is just 10 minutes away. BY CAR/TAXI
SAAS Airport is a mere hassle-free 30 minutes drive from KL city centre. Please remind the taxi driver to use the meter