April is approaching. It also means that the new UK tax year is coming. I will definitely be reviewing my ISA account because I believe that HSBC has got the lowest interest rate out of all the ISA accounts offered in the market. I was also thinking about switching my bank account to Halifax as Halifax promises its customers that £5 will be credited if more than £1000 is banked in every month. However, I am still quite happy with HSBC and I have decided to stick to them. What I do not like about is the number of brochures that comes together with my statement. In my recent statement, there are brochures about car insurance, mortgage, health savings account, advance bank account and personal loan. All these brochures will normally go to the recycle bin and that is about it.
Anyway, it is Friday again. I installed the latest Windows Mobile 6.5.5 cooked ROM yesterday and I spot no difference. I might spend most of my time fiddling with my mobile phone this weekend. This new ROM may perform better than the previous ROMs but to me, it is all about reinstalling the software again and restoring my PIM data. Sadly, the person who creates and updates all these cooked ROMs is leaving the scene and I may have to move on to other people out there who cooks ROMs for Omnia. Or maybe someday, I will be cooking my own ROM.