Nowadays scammers and fraudsters can access your mobile phone numbers and start calling you. This is frustrating but the good news is the such calls can be blocked off. Here is tutorial on how to block off unwanted calls.
Many times, you receive calls from strangers or even telephone campaigns at the most inappropriate times of the day and you would have that desire to somehow block those numbers from calling. The smart phone you have has an inbuilt function that can help you with that. Whilst it’s much easily accessible through iPhones, android devices with OS Marshmallow 6 now has this specific function.
Simply follow these basic steps on how to bar unwanted callers:
Today many smartphones carry a lot of personal information. These include all of your text messages, emails, notes, apps, app data, music, pictures, and so much more are all on there. While it’s a very great convenience to have all of these on your phone, it’s also a major security risk if all of this data is easily accessible. The best way to prevent simple unauthorized access is by setting some sort of lock or password on your phone.
Two popular choices, especially on Android phones, are passwords and pattern locks.
To set up a pattern lock on your android device, follow the basic steps below:
by Daisy Lisania
I am using a smart sim in the Philippines and I see so much difference in the data usage then with Digicel in PNG.
1. 100 Philippine peso is equals to 6.68 PNG kina.
For 100 pesos, I get 1G for 3 days All net and internet video included and it is a very honest network. When the 3 days are over, I receive a text message telling me your data is expired.
2. I have 300 pesos in my phone as load/units.
The network will only use the MB 1G that I bought and leave my 200 pesos unused unless I have to buy for 3 days or more.
Digicel has been sending promotional and advertising text messages to its customers on its network. This is sometimes frustrating and in fact it is intruding privacy to the Phone owner.
Digicel does not indicate or provide precise information to its customers on how to stop those promotions. However, below is simple code that you can use to avoid promotional text messages from Digicel.
Note: The code only works for six months . That means Digicel will starting sending the messages again. But you can send the same code to unsubscribe those text messages again.
After PNG Telikom and Bmobile slashed their Internet data prices by 80%, Digicel PNG has realised that it is loosing its customers to Telikom/Bmobile. Digicel has come up with new dataplan to counter Telikom/Bmobile's move with new data plan. Now Digicel is launching new dataplan road show across the country. Digicel’s Roadshow crew dressed in traditional gear and promote the mobile company’s K1, K2 and K3 Data Pawa Hour Plans that are now available right across the country.