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  1. JB holiday plaza, rm 500 to rm 1000.

  2. If the back camera broke it cost around 900 to replace it haha .not sure about the back glass tho

  3. I went to see a podiatrist from poly who recommended off the shelf insoles but she modified the insoles to fit my feet and needs. She wouldn't recommend getting over the counter without a podiatrist because the store selling you the product might not properly help you in adjusting the insoles to your needs. The insoles she recommended were $80+ but you probably need to change every 1-2 years. We're waiting for me to get a custom insole which she said would cost $200+.

  4. Ah i see! Do they make it to the exact dimensions of your feet so that it can fit different shoes of varying width?

  5. It really depends on the severity of your flat feet. I have tried buying those off the shelf insoles but to no avail as my feet still lack the support needed. So I went to TTSH Foot Care & Limb Centre, and can vouch for the service and quality of insoles there too. If you get them custom made, you can definitely fit them accordingly to your shoe sizes so not to worry.

  6. Prices should be completley the same on card as they are on opal.

  7. So there is a fare cap for weekends even when using mastercard?

  8. Click the link in the SMS message and try to redo it via the website instead of the app

  9. Even on the link, the summary shows it’s complete. Should i just submit a second one?

  10. I struggled with the app. The password was always incorrect and only worked immediately after changing it..each day. When requesting the code to change password it would drop back to the front page and I would need to select forgot password again as well.

  11. So did u do the DPD at check in itself? Or did u have any issues with the DPD at all other than the logging in?

  12. Boost or Aldi, booth are pretty good for the price.

  13. If your phone is esim compatible, can try buying prepaid esim from Optus. Connection is generally good, able to use data and make local calls too. At the same time, your sg physical sim still able to receive calls and smses.

  14. Ah i see. So the benefit of e-sim is mainly being able to receive normal messages and normal calls? but if i don’t need to, i can just use a normal sim and receive whatsapp calls (to my old number) right?

  15. The moment you insert the new SIM card and connected to the internet, Whatsapp will detect your new number and ask if you want to change your whatsapp number to the new one, you can just choose don’t update.

  16. Ah i see. So the benefit of e-sim is mainly being able to receive normal messages and normal calls? but if i don’t need to, i can just use a normal sim and receive whatsapp calls (to my old number) right?

  17. Nothing is as good as the saf one. I still stock up on it to use at home eventho it burns my eyes

  18. There are many emarts outside that u can walk in as civlian and purchase

  19. The underlying assumption here is that the value of free cash flows growing in perpetuity is greater than the liquidation value of the assets.

  20. I think using the hypothetical situation of “if a bank gives us interest rate of 10%, how many $ today do we need to have $110 in the bank in a year” is much easier to understand than when applying it to free cash flow.

  21. Ah! Makes sense now! Guess it’s just the simplified version which made me confused.

  22. Oxford Tavern in Petersham on Sundays. Haven’t been in a while (pre covid), but good old fashioned pub vibe.

  23. So would you say Surlys is still my best bet for American BBQ in central sydney? Oxford Tavern seems far, and i’m not looking for fine dining.

  24. Sure, I guess since you’re not from Sydney so I’m guessing you’re without car?

  25. Yea i’m not from Sydney so i won’t have a car, and limited days to explore Sydney! Ah, will see if I have time to slot in Petersham then. Thank you so much!

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