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Perbandingan Tarif Internet Unlimited CDMA

Banyaknya operator seluler yang menawarkan paket internet unlimitedsaat ini kadang malah membuat konsumen menjadi bingung mau memilih yang mana. Berikut ini saya mencoba berbagi informasi layanan internet unlimited dari operator seluler CDMA di tanah air. Sebagai acuan, disini hanya informasi berupa kecepatan dan tarif yang ditawarkan. Sedangkan kecepatan riil di lapangan tergantung lokasi pengguna.


Nama PaketKecepatan Up toHarianMingguanBulanan
Reguler153.6 Kbps128 Kbps
Silver512 Kbps128 Kbps
Platinum3,1 Mbps384 Kbps
Ultimate3,1 Mbps1,8 Mbps
Sumber : Smart Telecom Paket Internet Unlimited

Flexi (Telkom)

Nama PaketKecepatan Up toHarianMingguanBulanan
FlexiNET153 Kbps
Sumber : Telkom FlexiNET Unlimited

AHA (Bakri Telecom)

Nama PaketKecepatan Up toHarianBulanan
Ekonomis200 Kbps
Dinamis600 Kbps
Fantastis3,1 Mbps
Sumber : AHA Layanan Akses Internet Cepat

Starone (Indosat)

Nama PaketKecepatan Up toHarianMingguanBulanan
Starone153 Kbps
Sumber : StarOne Internet Unlimited

Mobi (Mobile-8)

Nama PaketKecepatan Up toBulanan
Unlimited 50153 Kbps (setelah 500MB turun 64Kbps)
Unlimited 1001024 Kbps (setelah 1,5GB turun 64Kbps)
Unlimited 1503,1 Mbps (setelah 2,5GB turun 128Kbps)
Unlimited 2503,1 Mbps (setelah 3,5GB turun 256Kbps)
Sumber : Mobi – Paket Unlimited
Berikut ini beberapa tambahan sebagai bahan pertimbangan untuk memilih :
  • Smart mempunyai keunggulan dalam banyak pilihan paket, hanya sajasmart berjalan di frekuensi yang berbeda dengan CDMA yang lain. Kecuali menggunakan modem dual band, modem smart tidak bisa digunakan untuk yang lain
  • Smart, Mobi (mobile-8) dan AHA (BakrieTelecom) sudah mendukung EVDO (kecepatan download mencapai 3,1Mbps, upload mencapai 1,8Mbps), sedangkan Flexi dan StarOne masih pada teknologi CDMA1X (153Kbps)
  • Modem yang di bundling dengan paket internet biasanya sudah dikunci dengan operator seluler tertentu, sehingga tidak bisa dipakai untuk operator seluler lain. Untuk mencoba-coba masing-masing koneksi disarankan menggunakan modem dual band yang terpisah/bukan paket dari operator seluler tertentu.

Mobil Esemka Hasil Rakitan SMK Surakarta Jadi Mobil Dinas Walikota

January 4th, 2012
Mobil Hasil Rakitan SMK Surakarta Jadi Mobil Dinas Walikota
Pemerintah Kota Solo mendapatkan kado istimewa awal tahun, berupa dua mobil dinas baru untuk wali kota dan wakil wali kota. Yang menariknya, mobil itu hasil rakitan siswa Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan (SMK) setempat. Mobil minibus berwarna hitam yang sepintas mirip Toyota Kijang itu dirakit siswa SMK Negeri 2 dan SMK Warga Solo dan 80 persen komponen yang digunakan adalah buatan lokal.

Wali Kota Solo, Joko Widodo mengaku langsung jatuh cinta pada pandangan pertama atas mobil itu. Pria yang akrab di sapa Jokowi yang selama ini selalu menolak fasilitas mobil dinas baru, berubah pendirian.
“Kalau yang ini saya mau, kalau yang lain saya nggak mau,” tegasnya usai menerima penyerahan mobil itu dari Kepala SMK Negeri 2, Susanta di halaman Balai Kota Solo, Senin

Berita di TV One

Salut buat perjuangan anak bangsa yang mampu mengharumkan nama bangsa. Seharusnya Pemerintah sangat mengapresiasi hasil karya Siswa SMK Surakarta ini.
Sumber : TV One dan MetroTV

Student Brain Dead In Ohio School Shooting

Ohio school ShootingCHARDON, Ohio — A student wounded in an Ohio school shooting has been declared brain dead, authorities said Tuesday, the second reported fatality in an attack that began when a teenager opened fire in the cafeteria at a suburban Cleveland high school a day earlier.
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The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office received the word about Russell King Jr. just before 1 a.m. Tuesday, according to office administrator Hugh Shannon.
“The cause and manner of death of this case are under on-going investigation and will be released upon completion,” Shannon said in a statement.
King, 17, was one of five students injured when a suspect identified by a family lawyer as T.J. Lane began shooting at Chardon High School Monday morning. King was studying alternative energy at nearby Auburn Career Center and like the others who were shot was waiting for a bus for his daily 15-minute ride to the center. Student Daniel Parmertor died hours after the shooting.
A student who saw the attack up close said it appeared that the gunman targeted a group of students sitting together and that the one who was killed was gunned down while trying to duck under the cafeteria table.
Lane’s family is mourning “this terrible loss for their community,” attorney Robert Farnacci said in a statement.
FBI officials would not comment on a motive. And Police Chief Tim McKenna said authorities “have a lot of homework to do yet” in their investigation of the shooting, which sent students screaming through the halls at the start of the school day at 1,100-student Chardon High.
An education official said the suspected shooter is a Lake Academy student, not a student at Chardon High. Brian Bontempo declined to answer any questions about the student. Bontempo is the superintendent of the Lake County Educational Service Center, which operates the academy.
The alternative school in Willoughby serves 7th through 12th grades. Students may have been referred to the school because of academic or behavioral problems.
The FBI said the suspect was arrested near his car a half-mile from Chardon. He was not immediately charged.
Teachers locked down their classrooms as they had been trained to do during drills, and students took cover as they waited for the all-clear in this town of 5,100 people, 30 miles from Cleveland. One teacher was said to have dragged a wounded student into his classroom to protect him. Another chased the gunman out of the building, police said.
Fifteen-year-old Danny Komertz, who witnessed the shooting, said Lane was known as an outcast who had apparently been bullied. But others disputed that.
“Even though he was quiet, he still had friends,” said Tyler Lillash, 16. “He was not bullied.”
Farinacci, representing Lane and his family, told WKYC-TV that Lane “pretty much sticks to himself but does have some friends and has never been in trouble over anything that we know about.”
Long before official word came of the attack, parents learned of the bloodshed from students via text message and cellphone and thronged the streets around the school, anxiously awaiting word on their children.
Two of the wounded were listed in critical condition, and another was in serious condition.
“I looked up and this kid was pointing a gun about 10 feet away from me to a group of four kids sitting at a table,” Komertz said. He said the gunman fired two shots quickly, and students scrambled for safety. One of them was “trying to get underneath the table, trying to hide, protecting his face.”
Slain student Daniel Parmertor was an aspiring computer repairman who was waiting in the cafeteria for the bus for his daily 15-minute ride to a vocational school. His teacher at the Auburn Career School had no idea why Parmertor, “a very good young man, very quiet,” had been targeted, said Auburn superintendent Maggie Lynch.
Officers investigating the shooting blocked off a road in a heavily wooded area several miles from the school. Federal agents patrolled the muddy driveway leading to several spacious homes and ponds, while other officers walked a snowy hillside. A police dog was brought in. It wasn’t clear what they were looking for.
Teacher Joe Ricci had just begun class when he heard shots and slammed the door to his classroom, yelling, “Lockdown!” to students, according to Karli Sensibello, a student whose sister was in Ricci’s classroom.
A few minutes later, Ricci heard a student moaning outside, opened the door and pulled in student Nick Walczak who had been shot several times, Sensibello said in an email. Ricci comforted Walczak and let him use his cellphone to call his girlfriend and parents, Sensibello said. She said her sister was too upset to talk.
Heather Ziska, 17, said she was in the cafeteria when she saw a boy she recognized as a fellow student come into the cafeteria and start shooting. She said she and several others immediately ran outside, while other friends ran into a middle school and others locked themselves in a teachers’ lounge.
“Everybody just started running,” said 17-year-old Megan Hennessy, who was in class when she heard loud noises. “Everyone was running and screaming down the hallway.”
Farinacci said Lane’s family was “devastated” by the shootings and that they offered “their most heartfelt and sincere condolences” to Parmertor’s family and the families of the wounded students.
“This is something that could never have been predicted,” Farinacci told WKYC-TV.
Rebecca Moser, 17, had just settled into her chemistry class when the school went into lockdown. The class of about 25 students ducked behind the lab tables at the back of the classroom, uncertain whether it was a drill.
Text messages started flying inside and outside the school, spreading information about what was happening and what friends and family were hearing outside the building.
“We all have cellphones, so people were constantly giving people updates – about what was going on, who the victims were, how they were doing,” Moser said.
The school had no metal detectors, but current and past students said it had frequent security drills in case of a shooting.
Anxious parents of high school students were told to go to an elementary school to pick up their children.
Joe Bergant, Chardon school superintendent, said school was canceled Tuesday and grief counselors would be available to students and families.
“If you haven’t hugged or kissed your kid in the last couple of days, take that time,” he said.

Back to Bekasi.......

Saturday and sunday will be a family day for me.
I working in Bekasi and my family live in my home town Yogyakarta, 12 hours by bus from Bekasi.
Now I working in a new smartcard manufacturing company located in South Bekasi.

Friday night, I always prepare the clothes and anything to be brought to my home town.
and Sunday afternoon I must go to bus station already.

For your information, if you are looking a bus ticket from yogyakarta to bekasi or vise versa,
the price for 1 ticket ( adult ) is depending on the class. for economy class the price is around 75 to 95 thousand rupiah ( 9 to 12 US dollars ) and for business class the price will be around 140 to 180 thousand rupiah ( 17 to 24 US dollars ).

For the safety and facilities, the business class is better than economy class.
for example in economy class there is no AC and toilet inside the bus but for business you can find it inside.
and also for economy class, many people smoking inside that will make you can't breath freely. :)
So I think better you choose the business class if you have more money.

For 1 month, I can spent around 800 thousand rupiah  for transportation,
Just for meet my family....hmmmm.

My son and my wife always waiting the weekend time to can spent the time together.
Its my life, The distance is too far, but life must go on.

Cheers....Keep on moving.

Work in Batam Island.....

Batam Island....,

One of the biggest island in Riau archipelago located at the triangle SiJoRi ( Singapore Johor Riau ).
The joint trade and commercial partnership between the governments of Singapore, the state of Johor, Malaysia and the Riau Islands was in hindsight, a win-win for the last 20 years, batam is growing become one of the biggest industrial city in indonesia. Many people leave their home town and looking a job in batam island. The location of batam island where it near of singapore and malaysia make this island is growing very fast.

When you read about Batam Island, you come across terms like “investor-friendly”, “cost-competitive” and “open to international trade” all the time. One easy-to-see result of this deliberate and swift economic U-turn is that Nagoya, the main town on Batam, has become another poster child for urban sprawl in Indonesia.

Base on my experience to live there for 7 years, batam is very nice place.
I have worked at the 2 different company as process engineer on IC manufacturing.'s really a nice experience.

Just for sharing, the standard salary for engineer at batam island including the allowance is around 5 million rupiah but it is depending on the salary negotiation. Sometimes your take home pay will be higher if you have overtime. Then if you have a good experience, communication skill, and acknowledge of IC manufacturing, you have big chance to move to another semiconductor company in batam or you can also move to work in singapore. off course with higher salary. Base on information they can get 2500 to 3000 sing dollar every month as engineer in semiconductor industry. can save much money, right??

for operator level, its depending on salary standard for each city.
this year the government fixed the salary minimum standard for batam island on 1.402.000

To all of you who want to work in batam, I just wanna say good luck.
hopefully you can have a nice experience to work and live there.......


My Little Hero

Hi all.......:)

How are you?? It's already very long time I didn't update my lovely blog..hahaha
Sorry it is because i was very busy on my wife maternity.

Now i have new baby, my little hero that was born on 1 jan 2012.
his name is Royyan azka anugerah with nick name Royyan.

Now he is almost 2 month years old.
Me and my wife are very happy. We have waiting for 3 years to get a baby. Now God hear my pray.
Thanks to all friends and my family for all the great support.
May Allah give the best to all of you.

Thanks God for everythings that You have given to us.

Its my time to start my motivation story to all of you ....:)
Keep on moving ......
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