Đăng Ký Wifi FPT Và Những Điều Mà Bạn Cần Biết

Nhu cầu lắp đặt và đăng ký Wifi trong thời gian gần đây đang dần thay thế vị trí của các loại hình giải trí khác, điều này đến từ chính thói quen chuyển dần phương thức giải trí sang các thiết bị cầm tay nhỏ gọn. Và tất nhiên, đăng ký wifi FPT cũng là từ khóa được đông đảo người tiêu dùng tìm kiếm, quan tâm giữa dòng xu thế đó.
Một trong những yếu tố đầu tiên khiến khách hàng không thể chối từ việc đăng ký Wifi FPT, chình là tính ổn định của đường truyền.
Thay vì chỉ sử dụng 50% đường truyền bằng cáp quang, nửa còn lại chỉ dùng cáp đồng để cắt giảm chi phí, khách hàng đăng ký wifi FPT có thể hoàn toàn yên tâm bởi cáp quang được sử dụng 100% trong quá trình truyền tải. Chính vì lý do này mà sau khi đăng ký và bắt đầu sử dụng wifi FPT, khách hàng sẽ không bao giờ gặp phải những tình huống không đáng có như rớt mạng, mạng chập chờn hay có tín hiệu nhưng không kết nối và vào được mạng. Đây thật sự là một ưu điểm làm hài lòng bất cứ một khách hàng khó tính nào ngay sau khi đăng ký wifi và lắp đặt để sử dụng, đặc biệt là nhóm khách hàng doanh nghiệp hay hộ kinh doanh vốn cần đường truyền wifi ổn định nhằm phục vụ mục đích công việc.

Bên cạnh chất lượng đường truyền, chất lượng dịch vụ cũng là một trong những yếu tố quan trọng giúp FPT ngày càng có được nhiều sự tin tưởng hơn từ phía khách hàng.
Với độ phủ sóng cửa hàng rộng rãi, cùng với đội ngũ kỹ thuật, tư vấn viên chuyên nghiệp có tay nghề chuyên môn cao, chỉ trong một thời gian ngắn kể từ sau khi đăng ký wifi thành công bạn sẽ được hỗ trợ khảo sát và tiến hành lắp đặt tận nhà. Sau khi lắp đặt hoàn tất, nhân viên kỹ thuật sẽ hỗ trợ người dùng về cách sử dụng, những thao tác đáng lưu ý cũng như thông tin liên lạc khi có sự cố đường truyền hoặc cần hỗ trợ.
Được đánh giá là có quy trình nhanh chóng, có mặt kịp thời ngay sau khi khách hàng thao tác đăng ký wifi thành công, dịch vụ wifi FPT trở thành một giải pháp tối ưu cho những khách hàng vốn không có quá nhiều thời gian, không thường xuyên có mặt ở nhà hoặc có lịch làm việc không cố định.
Điều đó cho thấy, FPT ngày qua ngày không ngừng phát triển cả về chất lượng sản phẩm, lẫn chất lượng dịch vụ để mang lại trải nghiệm tuyệt vời nhất cho khách hàng trước, trong và thậm chí là sau khi sử dụng dịch vụ.
Không dừng lại ở đó, khách hàng đăng ký wifi FPT còn được hỗ trợ miễn phí lắp đặt và modem mạng, đây là một thiết bị có giá không hề rẻ một chút nào trên thị trường nếu như bạn chọn lựa đúng sản phẩm có chất lượng cao.
Ngoài ra, nếu khách hàng đăng ký wifi thanh toán trước 6 hay 12 tháng còn được tặng miễn phí từ 1-2 tháng sử dụng wifi mà không cần thanh toán thêm. Đây là một món quà nhằm tri ân cũng như kéo dài thời gian trải nghiệm dịch vụ của FPT.
Hy vọng rằng với những chương trình hỗ trợ và khuyến mãi hấp dẫn, nhằm tạo mọi điều kiện thuận lợi nhất cho khách hàng, trong thời gian tới FPT sẽ còn nhận được nhiều sự ủng hộ, tin tưởng của đông đảo người tiêu dùng trên khắp cả nước.

Trả cước Online – Đón tháng 3 Hạnh phúc

Đón tháng 3 Hạnh Phúc, FPT Telecom trân trọng gửi đến ưu đãi dành cho khách hàng thanh toán trực tuyến cước Internet và Truyền hình FPT trên trang Pay FPT (fpt.vn/pay), ứng dụng Hi FPT, trang Member FPT (fpt.vn/member) hoặc sử dụng ứng dụng Mobile Banking để quét mã QR trên email thông báo cước, ứng dụng của nhân viên FPT Telecom.

Chào tháng 3 – Tháng của ngày Quốc tế Phụ nữ 8/3, ngày Valentine trắng 14/3 và ngày Quốc tế Hạnh Phúc 20/3 – ngày mọi người cùng hành động để đem lại hạnh phúc trên toàn cầu.

Đón tháng 3 Hạnh Phúc, FPT Telecom trân trọng gửi đến ưu đãi dành cho khách hàng thanh toán trực tuyến cước Internet và Truyền hình FPT trên trang Pay FPT (fpt.vn/pay), ứng dụng Hi FPT, trang Member FPT (fpt.vn/member) hoặc sử dụng ứng dụng Mobile Banking để quét mã QR trên email thông báo cước, ứng dụng của nhân viên FPT Telecom.

Khách hàng chuyển từ trả sau sang trả trước hoặc gia hạn hợp đồng khi thanh toán online sẽ được giảm ngay 50.000 đồng và 100.000 đồng (tương ứng với hợp đồng 6 tháng và từ 12 tháng trở lên). Ưu đãi thanh toán online áp dụng đồng thời với các chính sách khuyến khích trả trước của FPT Telecom.

Đối với phương thức trả sau, khách hàng sẽ nhận mức ưu đãi 10.000 đồng/tháng/hợp đồng, giảm trừ vào cước tháng kế tiếp khi thanh toán online qua các kênh nêu trên. Nếu thanh toán tự động AutoPay trên Hi FPT, khách hàng được hưởng mức ưu đãi 20.000 đồng.

Chương trình được FPT Telecom triển khai đến hết 31/03/2019, áp dụng với khách hàng đang sử dụng dịch vụ Internet và Truyền hình FPT tại Hà Nội, Hồ Chí Minh.

Mừng sự kiện ra mắt FPT Play Box+ tặng thêm gói ưu đãi cực khủng

Mừng sự kiện ra mắt sản phẩm FPT Play Box+, tất cả các khách hàng khi mua FPT Play Box+ từ 19/3 đến hết 29/3/2019 sẽ không chỉ được nhận được mức giá ưu đãi cực sốc chỉ còn 1.590.000 VNĐ (giá niêm yết 1.790.000đ), mà còn được miễn phí 2 tháng xem K+, thỏa sức xem 12 tháng gói kênh Giải trí và Ngoại Hạng Anh – Serie A (mùa giải 2018 – 2019)

Từ 19/3 đến hết 29/3/2019,  tất cả các khách hàng khi mua FPT Play Box+ (phiên bản 2019) với mức giá cực sốc chỉ còn 1.590.000 VNĐ (giá niêm yết 1.790.000đ) và kích hoạt thành công gói 0đ sẽ được nhận các ưu đãi bao gồm
– Xem thỏa sức với 12 tháng gói giải trí
– Trọn mùa 2018 -2019 giải bóng đá Ngoại Hạng Anh (7/10) , Serie A, FA Cup
– Tặng thêm 2 tháng xem K+ miễn phí

Cách thức nhận Khuyến mãi:
– Sau khi mua hàng, khách hàng phải mở box
– Đăng nhập bằng tài khoản chưa từng kích hoạt hoặc đã hết hạn gói 0đ
– Kích hoạt 0đ nằm trong gói Giải Trí

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

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The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

Instagram post widget ipsum dolor

The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

Instagram post widget ipsum dolor

The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

Instagram post widget ipsum dolor

The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

Instagram post widget ipsum dolor

The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”

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Earlier this year a study was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology (published under the American Psychological Association) that found hypnosis can have profound effects on executive function – the cognitive processes that regulate our goals as well as the thought processes and actions oriented towards achieving those goals.

This is known as the Clever Hands test and it has been used in previous experiments that have shown that people are unable to switch off their unconscious motivation for answering the trivia questions correctly.

Truly answering the questions at random would logically give an accuracy rate of around 50% for “yes” or “no” questions but that is not seen in the results of these trials.

Dr Vince Polito, a co-author of the study from CCD, told BuzzFeed News that people are unable to switch off their automatic response mechanism even when motivated by money or placed under time constraints.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because
reality is finally better than your dreams.”

The researchers found that hypnotising participants successfully inhibited their automatic tendency to correctly answer the easy questions.

Mosaic gallery fringilla velaliquet nec vulputate eget arcuin

This successful response to the Clever Hands test highlights a potential for hypnosis in “treating addictions or compulsive behaviours, where people don’t feel like they’re able to inhibit very ingrained responses”, said Polito.

One 2002 study demonstrated that by hypnotising participants and suggesting that the language that appears on a screen is foreign and they are unable to understand it, the Stroop effect is overcome and participants will correctly name the font colour.

However, while Polito states that there is a general consensus in the hypnosis field that this experiment gave true results, there are some controversies attached to the Stroop effect study, with some failures to replicate its results.

Instagram post widget ipsum dolor

The ability to be hypnotised (hypnotisability) varies across the population.
Approximately 10-15% of people are known as “high hypnotisable” and they will experience alterations in perception, cognition, memory and action while under hypnosis. Another 10-15% are “low hypnotisable” and these are people who experience almost nothing in response to suggestion.

McAuley believes that the most important component in regulating the hypnotism market would be transparency for consumers.

“What I would like to know if I went to see somebody is what training they’ve had. Whether there’s a regulatory body that oversees that [is not of concern] but I’d like to at least know where they were trained and what sort of training they’ve had.”

Polito’s greatest concern with Australia’s lack of hypnosis regulation is that this may undermine the benefits of the practice that science is uncovering.

“It’s concerning as a scientist studying hypnosis thinking ‘This is an important and interesting phenomenon‘. The kind of negative associations around hypnosis make it harder to have this work taken more seriously.”