Sharp falls in electricity market make Singaporeans question if govt was profiteering
#71
12-1-2019 12:14 PM
OLT said:
yes of course b4 the contract end, they will have to send u a notice of renewal, den u can shop ard for a better deal.. my point is, even if u missed the notice, u will not lugi compared with sticking to SP.

I signed 1 year contract only.
After 1 year, card reshuffled. Those providers that did not secure many subscribers earlier or want to strengthen their base will offer more enticing offers to port over. Just like bank credit cards promotion only for new subscribers Only..

Killing competitors n in the end left 5 BIG.
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#72
12-1-2019 11:52 AM
OLT said:
dunno is still ok u know... but for the 30% who think that they have been overcharged since day 1 and yet choose to continue to pay and stay in this place........ its definitely beyond df.

You don't know meh, many has left Singapore. Many went to Norway, US, and many more advanced countries. Only exbb and pap IB dare to compare Singapore with malaysia, Philippines and the third world countries
It’s just one big farking world for one human kind.
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#73
12-1-2019 12:54 PM
SLine said:
I signed 1 year contract only.
After 1 year, card reshuffled. Those providers that did not secure many subscribers earlier or want to strengthen their base will offer more enticing offers to port over. Just like bank credit cards promotion only for new subscribers Only..

Killing competitors n in the end left 5 BIG.

make sense oso. thumbs up
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#75
12-1-2019 8:52 AM
Oneworld said:
Is it it obvious they are either profiteering or grossly inefficient?

The moment they open up for private companies, prices dropped drastically...

Please tell your master to buck up...many are getting impatient with them already.
Actually things start changing way long ago like during the asian crisis when Indonesians needed Dolas and we could use NatunaGas.
I think we signed in way too much gas. It must be beri cheap. The old ways start to give. Machines are run for profits first.
At first the various gov. utilities fought among themselves. Retrenchments hapan in a cherry blossom way.
Makan fat payouts NTUC vouchers etc.
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