Posted by Carmelita in Competitions
on Oct 16th, 2014
To celebrate the launch of our latest TV commericials, PriceCheck will be giving away three smartphones! Every week a lucky winner will walk away with brand new smartphone, compliments of PriceCheck and MTN SA. #BeSmart, learn more below:
How to Enter the #BeSmart Competition
In a comment:
Complete the sentence, “#BeSmart, use ….”
tag two or more friends to do the same
tag the post with #BeSmart and @PriceCheckSA and @MTN South Africa to qualify
Terms & Conditions
1) This competition (“the competition”) is conducted by PriceCheck, a division of the Naspers...
Posted by Carmelita in Buying Guides, Entertainment, LCD TV, Plasma TV
on Oct 15th, 2014
Box TV sets are a thing of the past, making way for slimmer, lighter and more interactive televisions. The television revolution has seen the likes of LCD, LED, Plasma, OLED, Smart and 3D TVs, many of which offer high-definition quality viewing. Home entertainment is constantly evolving, and television manufacturers are constantly producing bigger and better models. This guide is meant to give you insight on the differences between TV models, specifically LCD, LED and Plasma TVs.
Understanding the difference between LCD, LED and Plasma TVs
LCD (Liquid Crystal...
Posted by Rick in PriceCheck
on Sep 30th, 2014
To some the partnership between MTN and local online price comparison site, PriceCheck, might seem strange, but trust us, it’s not. It’s the logical progression of South African eCommerce where mobile plays an incredibly important role. The GDP, infrastructure (and pricing) of ADSL, or “wired” internet connections in South Africa doesn’t really lend itself to everyone using their computers as their main connected devices.
However, with a mobile infrastructure not too far off global standards, as well as highly innovative and unique mobile developments, the mobile market will become the...
Posted by Carmelita in Health & Beauty, Lifestyle
on Sep 26th, 2014
Your skin has been through a lot – birth, learning to walk, learning to ride a bike, holding your first crush’s hand, jumping out of trees, bathing in the sunshine, and then some. No matter what you choose to put your skin through, it’s always there, growing with you, patching you up and keeping the bad at bay.
If you haven’t taken a moment to appreciate your skin, here’s why you should:
Skin is the body’s largest organ
Counts for 15% of your body’s weight
Your skin comprises of three different layers: epidermis, dermis and hypodermis
the human body comprises of two different skin types:...