I know, I shouldn’t even be thinking about it — heck I’ve netbooks and notebooks all over the place, but one more won’t hurt huh?
It’s been a long while since Singnet came up with an offer that’s tied to their broadband contracts and after waiting for so long, there’s finally one in conjunction with the IT show.
Oh yes, the IT show, at Suntec. That once every quarter event where the probability of getting yourselves stuck in a jam along every expressway that leads towards the event venue a reality. So much for an expressway huh~
And let’s not mention about parking, where parking costs for a few hours in town can easily feed a simple meal for a simple family or two — and in my case, it could probably feed me for a few a whole day. *Cars are just too expensive here. I’d rather vote for horse-rides if there were such a thing.*
So is this really an irresistible offer or an implicating offer? Implicating in a sense that you’re going to be paying much more per month, than you would if you had originally opted for a usual no-frills contract.
And then there’s that “Only valid for 11th and 12th March 2010” clause which makes it seems like the opportunity will most likely be lost forever, if I don’t act fast, and it’s one of my pet peeves when I sense that something is being acted upon slowly.
This is so tempting. On one hand, my contract with Singnet has ended since months ago (thus my seeking of an offer like this) but on the other hand, I’m currently on a damage control mode, where I’m trying to cut as much expenses as I possibly can. And here is a case where I can either reduce my subscription by half, or increase it twofolds — but receive another Macbook for all the troubles it’ll bring and get a 15mb per second surfing speed.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm… Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh… Ummmmmmmmmmm…
Nah, guess I’ll just pass. Don’t really need that Macbook anyway, but I do need to cut my burgeoning expenses, as fast as possible, or I’ll risk being 40 years old and single at the same time — meaning, not enough money to save for marriage lah~~~
Wait a minute, but being 40 and single can be a fun thing too, especially when you’re surrounded by Macbooks, Movie (Avatar) memorabilias and a one or two kitties.
On second thoughts, nahhh, that’s just miserable — but the kitties would be good company though.