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Meet ‘Tel Me How’

Ira Agting
Communication in the home — and even between homes — now takes a new direction

STYLE FOR EVERYONE. Stylist Bea Constantino is one of the featured bloggers in the Tell Me How app.

MANILA, Philippines — The world’s first landline tablet just got an upgrade.

PLDT TelPad launched its first-ever application that’s unique and specific to the TelPad: Tel Me How. It caters to the busy Filipino household, since Tel Me How aims to allow families to have fun, bond and do chores in one tablet – in their home.

The app promises various services at the users’ fingertips: a media player for movies and music videos, a pocketbook for reading ebooks, a news portal for keeping up with current events, and even a financial helper for managing bill payments. It’s being branded as an all-around super landline.

This means having in one pad cooking tips for the aspiring Iron Chef, fashion how-tos for the kikay teen, sports guides for the athletes, music lessons for the home rockers, travel advice for the jetsetter, and first aid info in case of emergency.

TelPad owners can also interact with other users in the TelPad community through its user base.

(PLDT invited us to the launch of TelPad’s ‘Tel Me How.’  We were able to catch up with chef Erwan Eussaff and stylist Bea Constantino, two of the featured bloggers in the app. Hear what they have to say about Tel Me How in this video):

Famous mentors such as Erwan Eussaff for cooking, Bea Constantino for fashion, and Paul Ticzon for photography, graced the event to give previews of their videos. –

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