Feel bored staying at home all day and every day? Let’s Brighten Your Day with iSwitch! In this article, we will take you through a series of fun & safe electric projects for you and your kids to do together!
Been living in your apartment and always wanted a renovation to refresh the look of your home? Then you have to prepare tens of thousands of dollars to get started! In fact, the average cost of renovating a 4-room HDB flat can cost around $56,000, that isn’t exactly cheap! This is doubly true especially if you are looking to deck out your kitchen or give your living room a significant transformation.
If you have been staying at home a lot, you might be wondering how to maximise the time you have instead of endlessly clicking through Netflix! Instead of looking at this as a period of boredom and hassle, it can be a blessing in disguise for self-improvement not just in your personal life but in your professional career as well.
In this article, we will go through 6 great ways you can upgrade yourself and your skills to help transform you into a smarter, healthier and more skilled version of you!
Living in one of the most expensive cities in the world, it is no wonder that we often struggle to afford a house or a car, and barely have enough to splurge on a fine dining experience living in this city of the Crazy Rich Asians!
With the on-going coronavirus pandemic and economic uncertainties, a litany of concerns are shared by people living in Singapore now. Luckily, with a little resourcefulness, we’ve got several side income hustles for you to consider.
Since the 2018 launch of the Open Electricity Market, over 40% of households have switched from the SP Group to an electricity retailer. In fact, at iSwitch, we have helped our residential customers save over $20 million on their electricity bill!
With electricity tariffs constantly fluctuating and with awesome benefits at your fingertips, if you are still waiting on the sidelines, now is the time to lock in your savings for the months and years to come.
It’s been almost 2 years since the launch of the Open Electricity Market (OEM) – but have you switched to an electricity retailer yet? If not, you are missing out on a world of benefits and huge savings off your electricity bill. 4 out of 10 households in Singapore have switched and are enjoying savings of 20-30% off the regulated SP tariff.
Living in Singapore isn’t cheap and it is steadily getting more expensive with each passing year, in fact, Singapore is ranked internationally as the most expensive country to live in!
Thankfully there are many ways we can incorporate good spending habits in our daily lives that will not only help us save more cash but also allow us to live a lifestyle that is more stress-free! So whether you are a student, working adult or a retiree, here are 8 simple tips you can use to save more money in Singapore!
Educational toys for our young kids can get rather expensive – especially when they grow up and quickly outgrow the toys for tech gear such as an iPad!
Instead of constantly buying new toys year after year and spending money on items that don’t last, it’s smarter (and more environmentally friendly) to make your own toys. Not only can you make it extra safe for your children and save costs, but you will also be helping to reduce waste while teaching your children what it means to live sustainably.
A win-win-win for your wallet, your children’s development, and the environment. Let’s get started!
It’s been over a year since the introduction of the Open Electricity Market and we are proud to say we have helped over 100,000 residential customers save over $ 20 million on their electricity bills!
While we are sure everyone can benefit, there might be some doubts holding you back from switching – have no worries, we are happy to help dispel them 🙂
Whether you are conducting your research on the best electricity retailer or about to decide on the best option for you, why not hear from some of our customers and their experience with us to make the most informed decision possible.
Whether you are born and raised in Singapore or an expatriate working here for a while, you will notice that Singapore isn’t exactly a cheap country to settle in – in fact, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore is rated as the most expensive country to live in.
Not exactly something we should be topping the charts at!