Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
So I was on the hunt again and came across Axxess, very similar to what Afrihost was offering but coming in just a tad bit cheaper. It's seems that they are running on the same technology i.e. they are piggy backing on the MTN network and you are able to load your Axxess APN onto your MTN contract sim card.
You also get a simple but efficient control panel that you can load as an app on your Apple or Android device, giving you access to your usage 24/7 and also giving you the ability to top up your account at any time. Another plus, and I do believe that this will seal the deal, is the 3 months rollover i.e. is you have not finished your data in the current month it will rollover to the next and if still not used it will expire after the 3rd month.
The sign up was simple and quick, I registered on the website, www.axxess.co.za, and loaded my credit card details, the next day my APN was ready to use, I had an issue with provisioning my sim card due to it being provisioned with Afrihost, but if it wasn't for that I would have been up and running on the same day.
So far the 3G service has been reliable with the APN not going dead as what used to occasionally happen with Afrihost. Top ups are immediate within the Axxess app and the online control panel. To all MTN contract customers out there this is a no brainer, if you have an MTN contract and you use data, you have to go with Axxess.
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Friday, June 13, 2014
The red velvet cupcake crumbles finishes the top of this hot chocolate off perfectly. A small price of R26.90 will be all that you have to pay for this absolutely marvellous hot drink.
The red velvet cupcake would compliment this drink well for a special kiddies treat or a family wanting to spend some quality time together, all would work well whilst enjoying the new Red Velvet Hot Chocolate from Mugg & Bean.
Friday, May 02, 2014
Sprinkle Islands is a great physics based game by Mediocre. It has a million plus downloads so far on Google's Play Store and the best part is, it's free. It's available for both Android and iPhone.
You drive around on a little red fire truck and put out fires that are all about the islands. The villagers that you have to save are called Titans.
You are given a tank of water and the less you use to put out fires the more points you get. There are also a lot of puzzles that you have to solve, by using a bit of physics.
The game comes with great graphics and the best part is that there are no annoying ads all over the screen. The only downside to it is that you get only eight levels to play and if you want to play more then you have to get the full paid version. For just 17mb I think it's worth a shot. You will definitely enjoy it although it's very short lived.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Friday, March 14, 2014
I planted some crops and got started again. The aim of the game is to grow your farm by increasing what types of crops you plant and what type of animals you farm. You start of with the basics, like wheat and chickens. You grow the wheat and covert it into chicken feed to feed your chickens. After a while you chickens lay eggs and you can either sell them or use them to make better products like, baking a pie or bread, land then sell those. The final products yield a higher income and those profits can go towards upgrading your farm.
The game goes well with Clash of Clans, because when you are waiting for things to be upgraded or completed in Clash of Clans you can kill time in Hay Day, and vice versa.
Give it a go, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. Hay Day is available for both Android and iPhone, on tablet and iPad as well.