Friday, January 18, 2013

Don't Lose it All, Time to get Data with Celcom XPAX (3)

Don't Lose it All, Time to get Data with Celcom XPAX

Long distance relationships take a lot of strength and courage because sometimes it can get harder and HARDER. It’s when you suddenly lose touch that you feel as though your world is going to crumble apart! In Amy & Nick’s case, Nick hasn’t replied in so long and Amy has become so depressed. But wait – now we know what really happened, is Nick okay though? 
 Nick was about to buy a ring when suddenly a tragedy happened! He was courageous enough to help the poor lady but did he get hurt? If only Amy knew what exactly went on but what could she have done if she knew Nick was hurt?  

Without knowing all this, Amy seems to have given up on waiting for Nick’s reply. She seems to be very comfortable with Joe now. Do you think Joe is taking advantage of this situation? What do you think Joe would do if he found out Nick was in trouble?

 Most importantly, in the case of Amy & Nick’s relationship, it shows that they unfortunately lost touch without data. That’s why it’s always important to fuel up on data or you might just risk losing it all. After all, everything is on the internet now and it costs almost nothing at all. Just as long as you have data, it makes managing relationships so much simpler so dial *128# to sign up for any pack to have it all.

 Honestly speaking, data nowadays play a really huge part in everyone's life. With data on your phone, it could really literally confine the gap that we have be it distance or timezone. 

As for me, I am in a Long Distance Relationship for a while. Honestly speaking, without data, it will be really hard for me and my girlfriend to maintain such relationship. 

Sometimes, she will go like, "Data spoils the whole idea of Long Distance Relationship!"....We can just use data to FaceTime, Viber, or even Whatsapp each every now and then! it seems like there's no distance anymore in between us!

Really, with Data from XPAX, it really close the distance for every single human in any part of the world!      

 Data FTW!

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