28 February 2021

● Recharge Amount: $300;
● Expiry: 12 months;
● Data Allowance: 150GB;
● Calls + Text + MMS + MessageBank: Unlimited;
● International call inclusions to Zone 1: 6,000 minutes;
● International call inclusions to Zone 2: 800 minutes;
● International text + MMS to all countries: 100~08

25 February 2021

DISNEY WINNIE THE POOH – PIGLET  is a fictional character from A. A. Milne’s Winnie‑the‑Pooh books. Piglet is Winnie‑the‑Pooh’s closest friend amongst all the toys and animals featured in the stories. Although he is a “Very Small Animal” of a generally timid disposition, he tries to be brave and on occasion conquers his fears~08

24 February 2021

DISNEY WINNIE THE POOH  also called Pooh Bear and Pooh, is a fictional anthropomorphic teddy bear created by English author A. A. Milne and English illustrator E. H. Shepard. The first collection of stories about the character was the book Winnie-the-Pooh, and this was followed by The House at Pooh Corner~08

20 February 2021

KEROPPI  (けろけろけろっぴ, Kerokerokeroppi) is a fictional character created by Sanrio in 1988. He is a frog with big eyes and a V-shaped mouth. He lives in Donut Pond. Keroppi’s family name is Hasunoue, which means “on lotus” in Japanese. The name “Kerokerokeroppi” is a two-layered pun: it directly translates from Japanese to English as “morning glory,” but “kero” means “ribbit” as well. He enjoys swimming, baseball, playing with boomerangs, and singing. He lives with Pikki, his sister, Koroppi, his brother, his mother (a housewife and a professional chef), and his father (a doctor) in a house on the edge of Donut Pond, where a Wooden bridge connects the side of the pond and the island in the center~08

19 February 2021

MASHIMARO  or Yeopki Tokki (엽기토끼 “bizarre rabbit”) in Korean and 流氓兔 (“hoodlum rabbit”) in Chinese is a South Korean fictional character who resembles a fat rabbit, created by Kim Jae In (김재인). He debuted in a series of Flash animations on the internet. Mashimaro is far more often seen in merchandise, similar to Hello Kitty. Mashimaro merchandise can be found on the internet and in Korean communities around the world. The original Mashimaro cartoons are full of toilet humour, and some of this is also to be found in the merchandise. Mashimaro himself is often portrayed with a plunger stuck to his head. In contrast to other hyper-cute iconic characters, such as Hello Kitty, Mashimaro is portrayed as an obese and obnoxious bully, often resorts to violence to impose his will on others. Mashimaro also has a look-alike, Chocomaro, who is brown. Chocomaro appears in two parodies of “Mashimaro” Episodes, including Episodes 2 and 3. Chocomaro tries to do what Mashimaro would normally do in these episodes, but always messes them up and ends up gets hurt. It is unknown exactly what relationship Chocomaro shares with Mashimaro, but most believe that he is the brother of Mashimaro~08