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Identification or a residence card is required to apply for a telephone line. This must be presented with the completed application form of the chosen service provider. There are four ways to apply: Call the telephone provider, online application, visit the store or visit the customer service provider.
If you are looking for the best without thinking about how much it would cost you then you can try Singtel combo 3 where you not only get unlimited data but also unlimited calls and SMS wth a phone subsidy. It comes with a contract and costs S$108.80 but if you want the full package then this is the plan that you are looking for. If you are on a budget and only want mobile data then you should try Zero 1GB to Unlimited data however the speed will be throtted after 1 gb.
There are a lot of cheap plans but the best that provides what you are looking for are StarHubGiga and M1 which offers, 1,000 SMS, 1,000 min of calls and 25-30GB of data for only S$25.but if you're looking for something cheaper but still somewhat decent, you could try Zero1 though you will encounter speed reduction after 1GB of mobile data use.
At first it might sound lika a hoax but since this is Singapore where possibilities are limitless. There is a company called Circles.Life that offers a free sim only plan. Their plan includes 1GB of data, 30min talk time and 10 SMS every month for S$0. This is perfect for someone who just needs a sim card for emergency purposes or someone who needs a line so they can be reached but does not use their phone much. TPG also offers one which includes 2G of data/day but you can;t use it for calls and SMS.
Singapore is known to be one of the safest countries in the world. Age restrictions are part of Singapore's safety measure so the answer to your question is "Yes" there are age restrictions in getting a landline in Singapore. You need to be at least 17 if you are a Singaporean Citizen and you need to be at least 21 if you're not a citizen.
The main phone provider in Singapore is Singapore Telecom. They provide both land and mobile phones as well as Internet access. The telephone number for Singapore Telecom is 1-800-738-1311 or 1-609-738-1311. When getting a landline installed, it normally takes five business days. These phones are capable of both national and international calls.
You can submit a change of address notification to your telephone provider online or yu could always call your phone provider's customer service for further inquiries about the change and charges: Procedures such as account closure and account transfer may have to take place at a customer service centre.
Instarting a business using your SmartPhone, You should invest on a goo pair of bluetooth earphones and microphone so that communication can be made easier even when in transit. The next thing you should invest on is a bluetooth keyboard so that you would be able to type longer and detailed messages. A credit card reader and a mobile projector would come in handy for presentations and transactions. SmartPhones can only last for so long until it runs out of battery so a powerbank would be useful in emergency situations.
An inescapable path to becoming a successful investor is to learn how to become a lifelong student. Learn from other investor's success and mistakes. Learn how they made the money, not how they spent it. Place value on value, buy assets that you know are underpriced and sell them for a higher value. Always have healthy Skpeticism which is very hard to acquire as the world is full of malice. Lastly but not the least is to sharpen your analytical ability as being able to analyze what is going on is very crucial to becoming a good investor.
Investing your money allows you to have another option fr financial stability in case you want to stop working and still be able to financially be able to support yourself. Investing your money could also help you beat the current inflation rate. This way you can also save for your retirement and get more in return.
A stock is a share in the ownership of a company. The person who owns share is called stockholder and he is entitled to the company’s assets and earnings in the form of dividends in accordance to the percentage of stake he holds. There are two ways to earn. One way is through dividend income and the other one is throught Caoital gain.
There are different types of stock. Blue Chip Stock are the safest because they are simply shares of well-established, well-recognised, profitable, and financially sound companies.. Next is the unloved, neglecter or commonly known as Value stocks whichare priced below its fundamental value because of its unglamorous characteristics. Lastly we have the Exchange-Trade funds which is a type of fund that is traded in the stock exchange like stocks that owns a basket of assets (bonds, stocks and commodities).
There are four main companies in Singapore that offers business plans. We have OCBC, Maybank, POSB and Philip Share. This plan is great for individuals who just started working and have little capital to invest, people who don't want to spend time analysing stocks and people who dislike market volitility.
A bond is debt instrument that a government or a company issues to raise money.. Bonds are low-risk, stable and predictable investment. Investors earn from this because the investors act as a lender and the government acts as the borrower.
Your interpretations are correct but we can look deeper into its characteristics. A bond has a face value which is the amount the bond will be worth at maturity and the amount the bond issuer uses when calculating interest payments. A bond has a coupon rate which is similar to interest rates. A bond shouls always have a maturity date which is self explanatory. Probobly the most important characteristic is the issue price which is the original price the issuer sells the bond.
Bond market is similar to the stock market however the bond market is a larger market. You bdon;t have to hold onto the bond until it matures before selling it. There are a few terms that you should know when buying and selling bonds. You should always be familiar with the market price. You should sell your bonds at a premium to earn from your bonds. There are times when you really have to sell your bond at a discount to avoid further loses however avoid it if it is avoidable.
Investing on property would take you a long way because unlike investing on stock markets, investing on a property is unique because it contains utility value. It is an asset that you can use and enjoy while capturing gains. You can also rent the place out to other people and still hope that the rental rates would increase as the rise in the prices of property also increase.
Just like in any country, there aren't many investments that guarantee your principal as well as returns in Singapore but of those that do, you should be very careful of scams. One other thing to understand is that when you get to enjoy such safety in your investments and visibility in your cashflows, you need to be prepared to accept a rate of return that is close to the risk-free rate. Your first bet is to invest on Singapore Government Treasury bills and/or Singapore Government Bonds. You can also try investing on saving plans or fixed deposits but the returns are low. If you want higher returns then you really need to invest on high risk investments.
According to ValueChampion's findings, undergraduate programmes pertaining to computing, engineering, architecture, pharmacy and law tend to have the highest level of return on investment on their tuitions immediately upon graduation. In particular, a bachelor's degree in law stood out as having the 2nd highest median gross monthly wage* and the 5th highest full-time employment rate.