SnapAsk Delivers Wikipedia Articles, Other Data By Email

Need to do some quick research or settle a beer-fuelled dispute, but lack a decent web connection? Email or test and get the relevant Wikipedia article sent to your phone or can respond with many other information services when you email or text [email protected], including weather conditions (albeit not in Celsius), word defintions (including results), and much more. But its replies with the full text of Wikipedia articles, and a subject-defining snippet up top, makes it truly useful for last-minute look-ups and, say, your never-ending arguments about which David Bowie was released before the other. is a free service, and may throw a text ad or two in its responses.

The Cheapest NBN 50 Plans

Here are the cheapest plans available for Australia’s most popular NBN speed tier.

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