Klang Valley hit by water rationing

Due to the dry weather in Peninsular Malaysia, several dams have dropped below or around 50% of their reserved volume.

National Water Services Committee had executed the phase 1 of water rationing in Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat and Sepang since yesterday . Now the phase 2 of water rationing has been approved and will be executed from 2 March 2014,affecting 260 areas in Gombak, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling, Klang, Shah Alam, Kuala Selangor and Hulu Selangor.

Residents in the affected areas divided into 2 zones where they will receive water for 2 days followed by another 2 days without water in rotation. The water disruption will start from 9 am of the first scheduled no water day and the service will only be resumed at 4pm on the third day(about 55 hours). However, the exact time of receiving water supply may vary depending on the proximity to water treatment plants.

Water tanker will not be set if there are scheduled no water days. The complete arrangement of Water Rationing Phase 1 & Phase 2 are listed below: Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S5 unveiled in Barcelona

In this MWC, a lot of tech geeks were looking for actions from Samsung Mobile,the leader of Android team, to release the flagship product replacing Samsung Galaxy S4 . Well,it does come to the world with refined functions,not so many surprises.SAMSUNG GS5

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Hotlink & Xpax is on 4G now

Almost one year ago, Maxis launched the first 4G LTE network in Malaysia.But at that time, it was only available to heavy data users and later,it was extended to some postpaid users. Celcom almost did the way once it launched the 4G LTE service.


After one year of enhancements, Maxis and Celcom finally get ready to provide 4G LTE service to more customers and now their prepaid users can enjoy the REAL high speed mobile internet .

 

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[Guest Post] 5 Tips to Make Your Credit Card Work For You

Are you keeping your credit card in your sock drawer – scared of what debt nightmare debt you can accumulate from using it? If you want to make your credit card work for you, keeping it stashed and hidden away from the world where it’s supposed to be isn’t the way to go. The first step to making the most of your credit card is to use it. With these tips, you will definitely be able to take advantage of the wonders this little plastic card has to offer:


1) Keep an Eye on Your Credit Score

There’s something we all know about scores: the higher the better, so that means you should aim to keep your credit score high and active. If you’re still wondering what the hype on credit score is really about, simply said, an excellent credit score makes it easier for you to get a loan approved. Just because you don’t need a loan now, it doesn’t mean you won’t need it in the future. Having a good credit score tells the lenders that you’re worth lending money to because you have the capability to pay it back.

2) Keep your credit card balances low.

Not only is this good for your credit score, but it will also give you peace of mind. There’s lesser risk that things will blow out of proportion and give you a nasty surprise. This also goes for your other balances.

3) Work at paying your debt.

Try adding a little more to your required minimum payment every month. Pay as much as your budget will allow. This would definitely allow you to change or reassess your spending habits. If you can’t eliminate all your debt at once, aim to make it smaller. It also helps to clear off the interest that you’re supposed to pay in your credit card bill. Continue reading