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Talk More Pay less

Are you a business owner or an individual who makes lots of voice calls? Well we have information that would save you lots of cash to spend on other more pressing matters.

Kindly find below our quick but essential solutions to talk more and pay less;

  • Closed User Groups are groups of GSM mobile telephone subscribers who can make calls and receive calls from members within the group. This is ideal for employers who have between 0-100 employees. This simply afford everyone on the CUG that to make more calls,sms and data (based on the allocation by the Service Provider). All that needs to be done is to subscribe for one that suits your purpose. (more…)

PayPal Extends Services to 10 More Countries Including Nigeria

PayPal is an international e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as checks and money orders.

PayPal is an acquirer, performing payment processing for online vendors, auction sites, and other commercial users, for which it charges a fee. The fee depends on what currency or payments the seller is using. In addition, eBay purchases made by credit card through PayPal may incur extra fees if the buyer and seller use different currencies. In a layman’s term, it’s simply your virtual bank for payment and transfers of cash via Skype, Facebook, eBay amongst others. Before now, it was not available to customers in countries like Nigeria. If you need to use a PayPal account from a Nigeria proxy address (like you home address), you would need to go through some third party but all that is history now.

The service has been launched so relax Nigerians and get shopping.

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Samsung S5 Unveiled to the Tech World

Samsung Galaxy 5

Yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung like several other tech giants unveiled their newest range of gadgets to the public. Among the gadgets unveiled were the Samsung Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear Fit among others. Our focus in this post would be on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Looking to get your hands on this device? Well we would like to bring to your notice the latest addition or what differentiates the S5 from the S4. (more…)

Buying a New Device

Thinking of getting a new device? You might want to hold out just a little longer. We know you’ve been saving up for quite some time and now that you have the cash at hand we’re trying to stop you!? Not quite. You see, the Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicks off today in Barcelona, Spain where tech giants show off/display (mostly) new hardware devices (from tablets to the ever-growing-in-size phone to the new rave – “wearables“) you will be purchasing for the rest of 2014. Everyone one (maybe not Apple as they have their own event) has a new device on offer: Sony, HP, Lenovo, LG, Samsung, Huawei… (more…)

Reduce Mobile Data by 50% WithThe New Google Chrome Mobile App

 

Google Chrome

Are you on an internet plan with a data cap or do you exhaust your mobile data before its due date. That should be a thing of the past with the recent update from Google for its Chrome Browser app which promises to helps users reduce the amount of mobile data used in surfing the web on your mobile devices. (more…)

How To Upload Music into Google Music.

Google Music (now officially known as Play Music) is an incredible product. Google allows you to upload your personal music collection to their servers and stream it from your web browser or any Android device absolutely free! The only bummer is that Google has overlooked an important feature: the ability to upload music purchased outside of the Google Play Store to your Google Music account from your smartphone. Naturally, Google is trying to push users to purchase their music from Google Play, but what if you want to buy your music from the Amazon MP3 store, or download it using some other quasi-legal method (shame, shame).

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Samsung SIII Mini Review

The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is a pared down version of the top-tier Galaxy S3, but does it do enough to compete with its rivals?

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini review
Love
Slim profile
Samsung apps
Jelly Bean as standard

Hate
Lack of storage
Poor camera
Expensive

Packing an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS in a smaller package than the original, the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini offers Super AMOLED skills but it’s up against the Motorola Razr i, Sony Xperia P and the original iPhone 4.

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