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SingTel subscribers can get early access to The Elder Scrolls Online
SingTel subscribers in Singapore will be the first in the country to play The Elder Scrolls Online that’s if they subscribe, or want to subscribe, to a SingTel fibre broadband plan.
Customers who sign up for any of SingTel’s 500mbps plans will receive 60 days of free game time in The Elder Scrolls Online. The offer is valid from January 30, 2014 to March 30, 2014, and customers must be residents of Singapore as well as subscribers of SingTel to enjoy the promotion.
New and existing subscribers will also be able to order the Imperial edition of the game at S$149.90 ($117.50), which comes with a code allowing them access to The Elder Scrolls Online five days before its official worldwide launch on April 4, 2014. The Imperial edition includes limited edition statues, a lore book, and exclusive DLC.
The standard edition of the game will be sold at S$79.90 ($62.60), and will give early access from April 1, 2014 as well as exclusive DLC.
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Gov’t challenged: Aim for one college grad per family
Poverty should not keep young Filipinos from getting diplomas, a senator said, as he challenged the Aquino government to ensure at least one college graduate per family. malaria urged
The World Health Organization urged more investments in the fight against malaria, noting that two out of five persons in the region live at risk of contracting the disease. Tordesillas Last Tuesday, while in Baguio City for their summer session, the Supreme Court denied all the Motions for Reconsideration on Online Libel which it upheld in its Feb. 18, 2014 decision.