Our home switched internet providers from Globe to PLDT Fibr a few months back. We decided to subscribe to the Lite 1899 base plan, with a monthly volume allowance of 80 GB. From there, we would see if we needed to upgrade to a higher plan. So first I had to figure out how to track volume usage.
If you are also trying to figure this out, let me help you out with this step by step guide on how to track volume usage through the PLDT website.
(I am using here my laptop. So these steps apply to laptop or desktop access. Mobile access might be slightly different.)
1. Go to PLDT Home website at pldthome.com. Click on “myHome Account” on the upper right hand corner of the page, as shown below.
Oh, lookit! Ms. Universe Pia Wurtzbach is on the home page of PLDT. 😀
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I contributed this article to my kids’ school paper last school year. The editor asked me to write about parenting… Eh I am not a parenting expert, that’s for sure. And parenting is such a vast and sometimes subjective topic, because “to each his own”. It’s not easy to write about parenting and not sound preachy or smug to some readers. So I wrote about something I thought was appropriate for our times – raising digital natives. (I edited the article a bit, because there’s always something badly written in anything I write, hehe.)
I first heard the term “digital native” from my mommy blogger friend when I brought my eldest daughter along to a digital media forum. Pat was the youngest participant, and my friend was happy to see a young person listening intently and learning from the speakers. She called my daughter a digital native.
What are digital natives? Who are they??
Circa 2007. One-year old Nate loved to mess up my blogging sessions back then. Today, he is into gaming, and begs me to make him a YouTube account so he can be a “Youtoober”, as he pronounces it. *eyeroll*
The term “digital native” was introduced in 2001 by Marc Prensky, an advocate for innovative technology-based education.
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I’m a planner kind of person – planners that you actually scribble notes on ha, not the digital ones that come installed with phones. For my 2016 planner, I am super excited to have the Mom 24/7 Planner from Mommy Mundo!
My planner in 2015 and the year(s) prior were all of the generic kind from National Bookstore. With the surge of planners into the market in recent years (hello, Starbucks planners, Moleskine planners, etc), I feel that planner designers seem to have overdone it by putting in so many features and sections. Continue reading 2016 Planner | Mom 24/7 by Mommy Mundo
After being with Globe Broadband Tattoo for over 2 years, I finally switched to PLDT Home Fibr. My subscription with Globe was for the landline/broadband bundle at P1299 per month. Advertised speed was 3 mbps – which I rarely felt, really. I was fine with that, because I didn’t need a lot of speed to surf and use social media.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at home. 😀 Find the photobombing modem. 😀
And then, a few months ago, Globe began capping bandwidths. My plan’s data cap was 50 GB per month. Towards the end of each month, I could feel our internet hopelessly slowing down to a crawl.
But I’d just wait until our bandwidth allowance was replenished the following month. I could live with a few days of slow internet.
What pushed to me switch? Continue reading Switching to PLDT Home Fibr
I got an email recently from K5 Learning, a Canada-based online learning site. K5 Learning online tutorials has reading and math programs for kindergarten to grade 5 students. They offered me (well, my son) a 6 week free trial to test and write a review of their Online Math and Science Tutorials program. I found it a good opportunity for Nate, since it’s summer vacation and the extra learning will definitely go a long way when he goes back to school in June.
If you are a blogger, you may want to check out their open invitation to write an online learning review of their program.
I will be back after 6 weeks with my review of the online math and science tutorials program.