After more than a month of posting hibernation, I’m finally back online. I recently moved to a condo at The Fort and, although I have already applied for an internet connection weeks ago, until now PLDT has not contacted me for an update. I followed up my application two weeks ago and PLDT told me my internet application is still being processed. If their slow processing is an indication of how slow my internet connection will be, then I think I’m better off looking for a new internet service provider.
Finally it happened. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) received a much-needed boost yesterday, thanks to the news of PLDT acquiring a majority stake in Digitel.
Since the start of the year, the PSEi has been averaging a downside of 10%. Yesterday, the index jumped 2.98%, up 116.51 points to close at 4,023.74.
The market rally was led by PLDT (stock code: TEL) which gained 15.72% in one day, closing at P2,356. TEL was also yesterday’s most actively traded and top gainer stock.
It’s annoying to wake up to an SMS message you don’t expect, and even worst when that text is a spam/scam message. Earlier, the following obvious scam message unfortunately woke me up.
E2 bago roaming # k. Mzta n kau jan? Ok lang ako d2 my pa2 dor 2 dor akong mga gamit jan. Mern k dun. Loadan m muna ako 500 n prepaid kard im4rtante lng tnx.