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  1. 4 points
    I wonder why some people are still complaining regarding Jio' pricing & also frowning against the withdrawal of unlimited night (2 AM - 5 AM). Those who have recharged with ₹499/- & above got 100GB Flat for 90 days & those stuck with ₹303/- Summer Surprise 1GB/day can always recharge with Booster-pack if needed. I think they are the one who never complained while 1GB 3G data used to cost ₹251/- for 28 days. How can we be so GREEDY? Why can't we be rational?
  2. 3 points
    Right now I am using Galaxy C9 PRO and my wife is using A9 PRO. Both are very good. Jio has CA using Band 3 + Band 5 (1800MHz and 850MHz) in most places and in some recent sites its Band 3 + Band 40 (1800MHz & 2300MHz). A9 PRO supports them and I have experienced great speeds. Though Samsung doesn't show LTE-A or LTE+ in signal, we can confirm them via dialing *#0011# on native dialer. Right now I am using C9 pro, because it is having SRVCC facility, which is NOT available in A9 PRO. My main number is in Airtel. Airtel has started testing VoLTE. SRVCC allows calls to fall from VoLTE to 3G without DROPPING it, when we are on call while moving from 4G coverage to 3G or 2G coverage. Only SD625, 626, 630, 653 (used in C9 pro), 835 currently supports SRVCC (not sure about lower end ones). Even SD821 (used in OP3T and LG G6) or 652 (used in A9 PRO) doesn't support SRVCC. But A9 pro supports many LTE bands, including upcoming 700MHz one on Band 28 and 900MHz on Band 8, both are not supported in C9 PRO (at least not till now, may be enabled later via update). Further A9 PRO has better battery life (5000mAh vs 4000mAh of C9 pro) and very very cheaper now. Advantage of both phones is, you can use Airtel for DATA on 3G and still get incoming calls on JIO. It is great feature to use, where Jio data speed is too low, but you want to get calls on both numbers. This feature is supported in very few phones, mostly Samsung. Go for any of them, you will be happy, imho.
  3. 3 points
    Even Supreme Court is saying different things on different days. So eKYC for mobile connection is MUST, but aadhaar is optional. So they are trying to defend by saying that taking mobile connection is OPTIONAL? WTF?? Mobile connection, even mobile data has become more like a necessity than a LUXURY, even for middle class person today (esp when Govt themselves flooding play store with apps day by day). Actually making aadhaar compulsary with PAN / IT filing is a master stroke to avoid black money rotation. Say for example, somebody is operating bank account without giving PAN for years, with some proof like DL / Voters ID, after linking PAN and aadhaar, that bank a/c is just a simple search command away from Govt side. I will be happy, if they announced aadhaar is MANDATORY FOR ALL, incl Diplomats in India. But they are NOT doing that. Thats why I am suspicious. I wonder how many politicians have NOT taken aadhaar till date???
  4. 3 points
    Tool for decrypting Wanna Cry Ransomware files.The WannaKiwi decryption tool works in Windows XP, 2003 and 7 computers that have not been rebooted.GitHub - gentilkiwi/wanakiwi: Automated wanadecrypt with key recovery if luckyReadme link: wanakiwi/README.md at master · gentilkiwi/wanakiwi · GitHub
  5. 3 points
    Well, to be frank, I am NOT really happy with the Summer SURPRISE and am sure I will be in the minority now. I was planning to port out my secondary number + all of my corporate connections to Jio, except my main number. But we have to wait for minimum 4 months for the speed to come back to normal. I was very happy about Jio's digital revolution in India, where thugs like Airtel are trying their level best to milk their customers (even now if given chance) by forming a CARTEL to sell data as luxury plus killing the net neutrality and what not. I was eagerly waiting for the paid services by Jio. I was expecting new exclusive Postpaid plans, new JioLink plans and even the introduction of VoLTE feature phones. But what happened on 31st March night was tragedy, imho. Well, I can understand the need of the 15 day extension for Prime enrollment, due to last day server fails, crowds in RD stores, etc. Well, it is bad to know that even many Indians do something as simple as 99Rs recharge, on the LAST day of deadline. But for Rs303 recharge and get 4 more months (3 free + one more for that 303) of FREE usage like NHY offer? It is as good as unlimted data + calls + SMS for Rs100 per month. So we have to bear with the 4 more months of pathetic speeds + bad voice calls. Jio is becoming a heaven for freeloaders and NOT for real customers ready to pay for good services. Now let us look from ANOTHER ANGLE:- Asking Rs256 to Rs296 for 1GB of data is outrageous + UnLimited Greed for sure, but all for FREE at just Rs100 per month is nothing short of predatory right?? All I want is Jio forcing the AVoId Thugs to wake up from slumber, connect their towers with Fiber instead of relying on useless microwave backhaul for reliable connections, treat customers the way they deserve, etc. But what Jio doing now is "KILLING / BLEEDING THE COMPETITION", which is NOT at all good in long term for customers, imho. So our earlier assumption about the earlier HNY is an excuse for correcting / testing their network is NOT true at last. Jio is like a very big Giant THUG beating the hell out of the old-bad-tiny THUGs of AVoId group. Well, how can we sure the Giant will NOT beat us next? Decades ago, RIL has done the same in PVC business. Who knows, may be even "MONSOON OFFER" is on the pipeline, after the end of so called "SUMMER OFFER", if Jio finds Competition has still some breath left out. ------------------- I am not sure, how many people will agree with my views. I have started having doubt on Jio's real intentions now.
  6. 3 points
    ^^^ Seems exactly like that. A very important observation. Even I got nowhere with AirHELL in the past, even after complaining to DoT. RCom and even Docomo though do pay heed to it.
  7. 3 points
    Good news for the customers whose operator has no 3g license in their circle. But what about the 3G tariff by the private players? Initially the tariffs may be sky high.If 3 biggies form an alliance to share the revenue.Hard times for the customer to escape their high tariffs.
  8. 2 points
    Guys, Aircel has launched an online portal for generating UPC codes for its existing customers. Those who are still not able to generate UPC code through SMS because of network unavailability can get it done online. Just click on one of the following link(s):- https://ekyc.aircel.com:444/ekyc/genUPC.html After opening the webpage, enter your 10-digit Aircel number, last 5 digits of your SIM number (which is printed on your SIM), select your home circle (if required), and then click on Generate UPC.
  9. 2 points
    I am NOT saying other operators were NOT looting, before jio days. Yes, they have looted and will continue to do so, if they get the slightest chance, even now. No doubts in that. I do agree that, people are getting huge benefits as well. I am NOT against the benefits for mass. I wholeheartedly welcome this. But why they are NOT caring about high ARPU users??? Do you think, they got profit, just from Jio's operations ALONE and NOT from funds of RIL??? Do you think, they will get returns for the 2.5 Lakh Crores, (this amount is as big as budget of few small countries) by offering to masses only? No, they need to concentrate on high ARPU users as well. I will be more happy, if they offered balanced services like, Rs49 Limited plan for feature phone users and Bulk benefits for high ARPU users. I am NOT losing anything, if Idea or Airtel goes to loss (they already are. Idea for 1 year & Airtel from last qtr for India operations). But lack of competition is a HUGE loss for customers. With NO competition, there will be NO need to ensure quality services. Already CC of Jio is the worst. Guess, the situation, when there is NO or little competition? It is much worse than Rs296/GB, imho. Reg "Revival of Looting Era" -- I don't think it will be as severe as AVoId days of Rs296 per GB for sure. At the max, it can go to Rs303 -- 1GB per day for 28 days. When saying LOSS to customers, it is NOT just about money -- It is loss of quality -- It is the loss of Choice -- It is the loss of peace of mind. With NO competition, your money is valueless. That is the real loss.
  10. 2 points
    You may disagree, but the fact is that by giving away dirt cheap offers they can easily surpass Airtel (number of subscribers) by the next year & as far as ARPU is concerned they are already well off (reporting profits) so there is no need to concentrate on improving it, at least at the moment - when they are looking for more subscribers. This can be addressed as "Killing the competition" but just think what was happening before the entry of Jio - all telecom operators were simply LOOTING. Now Jio has emerged as a "Robin Hood" and may be killing the competition, but who is benefited - We the users (remember 80%of Indian population is still poor). This is the reason why they are after masses and not merely after the bunch of high ARPU customers. I would like to say that when the things are beyond our control & we can't do anything about the present situation it is better to enjoy the cheap data till the "Looting Era" revives again if ever (although not expected).
  11. 2 points
    what is interesting is that Jio has kept the bench mark 149 ARPU level intact and increased the daily data limits. for all practical purposes, most people will not be able to consume full daily limit for entire validity, even if they manage for some days. psychologically, Indians would prefer to go for 149 (o its variation of long term ones) recharges instead of the 98 one, even if their requirements are more than satisfied by 2 GB monthly data. of course, thanks to whatsapp, a good amount of data gets used up just with the useless good morning/good night pictures/GIFs/Videos. JIO is using VOIP for voice so no extra charge of voice, as long as the call gets terminated within their own network. so they are trying to ensure just that by attracting as many person on board as possible. by giving the facility of queued recharges and bundling with cashbacks from various wallets, they are also ensuring that once a person is onboard, he/she remains with them for a long time. again, Jio will keep on coming out with offers and Indian psyche would induce people to keep queuing up recharges even though they may have a few queued up already. Mukesh bhai (or is it Mukesh Jr) has found a new way of perpetual contract carrier model on prepaid, without actually spelling it upfront. they have learnt from RIM mistakes. so in the end, it would be 149 APRU multiplied by number of users, not a small figure by any measure.
  12. 2 points
    Jio has already complicated things but here are some of the FAQs that may help. Personally I recommend not to recharge too many vouchers in advance. Is there a limit to the number of recharges which I can do? You can have a maximum of 25 recharges on your Jio number at any given point of time including add-ons, top-up, plan recharges, ISD/IR packs. However the maximum number of recharges of Rs. 398 or above Plans, during the offer period, can be upto 5 recharges only, per account. What will happen to the cash back vouchers (50*8) which I have received under Diwali Dhamaka / Triple cashback / Surprise cash back before 9th Jan'18? Can I still use those cashback vouchers and get an additional discount of Rs 50? Yes, you can utilize the Rs. 50 voucher (One Voucher at a time) to buy new recharges of amount greater than 300 and on 91 and above data add on plans via MyJio app. If I have recharged with multiple recharges of Rs. 398 and above plans, is there an end date by which I need to activate the queued|upcoming 398 or above plans to avail the Jio 100% cashback? 1. The maximum number of recharges of Rs. 398 or above plans, during the offer period, can be upto 5 recharges only per account 2. The cashback vouchers (in multiples of 8) will be credited immediately as soon as you recharge 3. The maximum validity of any 398 or above plans can be upto 31st October 2019. Hence recommend you to kindly activate any upcoming/queued 398 plan before 31st October 2019 to avail the full benefits and validity. If I have purchased multiple vouchers of Rs. 398 and above plans, is there an end date by which I need to redeem them for getting Jio 100% cashback? 1. The maximum number of vouchers purchased of Rs. 398 and above plans, during the offer period, is upto 5 vouchers only, on your Jio number at any given point of time 2. Kindly redeem the pending 398 and above plan vouchers (if any) before 31st October 2019 to avail the full benefits and validity 3. As soon as the 398 or above plan vouchers are redeemed, the cashback vouchers will be credited in the respective MyJio App which can be further be redeemed till 15th November 2019. Details from Terms & Conditions: https://www.jio.com/en-in/jio-surprise-cashback-terms-conditions Cashback Voucher of Rs. 50 Cash back will only be applicable for Rs. 398 or above recharges/vouchers purchased during offer period (26th Dec ’17 – 15th Jan ‘18) Cash back of Rs 400 will be given in form of 8 vouchers of Rs 50 each by Reliance Retail Ltd. & these vouchers can be redeemed, one at a time, against recharges of Rs 309 & above plans and against Rs 91 & above data add-ons. If a customer does a recharge of 149 then 50 Rs voucher cannot be redeemed for that transaction. Cash back (FOC Rs 50*8) vouchers will be given to MSISDN on which the 398 or above voucher is redeemed/ attached. 50 cashback voucher cannot be redeemed while recharging using own account balance. FOC cash back vouchers (50*8) are non-transferable. All vouchers will have validity till 31st Oct’19
  13. 2 points
    I know airtel is at fault , and doing unethical practise. But TRAI/UIDAI and petroleum departement get suggendly wake up. Problem started when people used to get LPG subsidy transfererred to Airtel payment bank, which as per UIDAI and RBI is latest Bank account with FULL KYC with aadhar number. here 3 aspect are there 1) why does subsidy transfer to Default latest bank account 2) why cant person choose bank ,where he want subsidy 3) why does UIDAI/RBI choose PAYMENT bank to transfer subsidy instead of regular FULL Bank, thus ignoring airtel and other payment bank and transfer to latest FULL BANK with KYC? parallel Govt running two scheme of GIVE-UP sibsidy and DIGITAL India and FINANCIAL Inclusion. does all are not conflicting each other interest. India needs better management of Aadhar USAGE and its Security . From birds eye view, i can simply tell that, please allow user to select LPG subsidy to be transferedd to bank of his choice. and secondly improve process of EXPLICIT consent for activating/creating ANY(airtel) payment bank account.
  14. 2 points
    Subscriber base of Jio has increased drastically without similar increase in infrastructure and that has resulted in pathetic speed. Actually we all should fight for good speed and voice calls rather than low cost.
  15. 2 points
    [1] The Logic is FREEDOM to use data at our will. One can use 20GB or more data on 90th day using 999 plan, but NOT in 499 plan. [2] In 999, the chance of getting data wasted in almost nil. Suppose someone use less data during weekdays and use lots of data on weekends. For them daily 1GB plans have heavy wastage during weekdays and have to use COSTLY boosters (Rs301 = 10GB) during weekends. For them 999 plan makes sense. [3] Further daily 1GB plans are the main reasons for daily data addiction. Almost everyone wants full paisa vasool and hence feels bad when most part of their 1GB data goes waste and so use youtube or others even though when there is no need. [4] The speed (128kbps earlier) after daily FUP sux, which is further reduced to 64kbps by Jio now. [5] Jio is badly in need of 999 plan users to beef up their ARPU. The ARPU of 999 with 90 days validity is Rs333 (it was Rs499.50 during 60 days validity times), whereas for Rs499, ARPU is less than Rs165. If there is NO takers for Rs999 type plans, then even Mota Bhai will become Chota Bhai, if you know what I mean... I am NOT saying daily 1GB plans are pointless. It is suitable for almost 95% of the mobile data users. But still there is a niche for bulk data and / or data with NO daily limits. For example, after using around 500MB of data (for Google Play Music, Dropbox, Google Photos Sync, video song download using TubeMate), I got notification on my Samsung C9 PRO that an update of size 1408MB is waiting (Android 7.1.1). If I was using daily 1GB data, then I have to look for WiFi or recharge booster or plan during midnight (to use today's 500MB and tomorrow's 1GB). Since I am using 999 plan, I need NOT worry about anything and straight away started downloading. Simply put, different people, different needs and hence different plans.
  16. 2 points
    After recharge it shows 84 days validity for the 2nd upcoming plan also as experienced by some users, but has anyone confirmed that once the 2nd plan gets activated does the expiry date is after 84 days? Update : Ok ! finally I got the details from the PDF from Jio website wherein the following is mentioned under terms. So only existing customers who recharged with ₹399 before 14th September 2017 will get 84 days on second recharge too. Read below: i. For all new subscribers opting this plan on or after 14thSeptember 2017, tariff benefits will be available for 84 days on first recharge with this plan thereafter customer has to recharge with Rs. 399 every 28 days. ii. All existing subscribers of this plan voucher, who recharged with this PV before 14thSeptember 2017 will continue to get committed tariff benefits of 84 days and on one more recharge with this plan will get tariff benefits for 84 days. Thereafter customer has to recharge with Rs. 399 every 28 days. iii. All existing subscribers, enrolled with Jio under any other plan Voucher and migrating to this PV or after 14th September 2017 will also get 84 days on recharge with this plan. Thereafter customer has to recharge with Rs. 399 every 28 days.
  17. 2 points
    The cashback is applicable on recharge of Rs. 399 done between 12th Oct. to 18th Oct. from all available recharge channels viz Jio stores, MyJio, Jio.com, Reliance Digital, Partner Retail stores, JioMoney, Paytm, AmazonPay, PhonePe and Mobikwik. You can redeem the cashback vouchers of Rs. 50 each after 15th Nov. 2017 from MyJio app. These vouchers can be redeemed, one at a time, against recharges of Rs 309 & above plans and against Rs 91 & above data add-ons. When will I get the 100% cashback? You will get 8 vouchers of Rs. 50 as cashback on recharge of Rs. 399 immediately. These vouchers will be credited in your account and visible in MyJio app under My Vouchers. In case you have purchased Rs. 399 as a voucher during the offer period, then the cashback will only be credited once this voucher of Rs.399 is redeemed. How can I gift 100% cashback offer? You can buy Rs. 399 voucher using MyJio by going to My Voucher section. This voucher of Rs. 399 can then be transferred to your dear ones. The cashback vouchers will be credited to the MyJio account of person redeeming the recharge voucher of 399.
  18. 2 points
    Reliance Jio, the latest telecom company to enter the market, has started its fiber to home operations in Chennai — making the southern city only the third telecom zone to experience the service, after Mumbai and Gujarat. The address of JioFiber has been given as 2nd Floor, Prestige Palladium Bayan, Greems Road, Chennai 2. The offer promises a speed of 100 Mbps, and states that a 5 GB true-HD movie will download in less than seven minutes on the connection. source
  19. 2 points
    As mentioned in my previous post - Jio is giving away additional benefit in form of redeemable vouchers (available under my vouchers in MyJio app) to all those who did a 2nd recharge of ₹303 or higher to provide the additional validity free of cost. So if someone recharged ₹303 in March is getting additional voucher with validity of 28 days with same benefits as ₹303 to enjoy 56 days benefit as offered by ₹309 plan currently. Similarly those who have recharged for ₹499 or ₹999 etc. will also receive vouchers to get additional benefit as provided currently. But remember that once you manually activate the voucher it will get activated immediately concurrently with existing plan. So please either wait for your current plan to expire before activating or activate the voucher on the last day of your current plan to fully utilise the benefits of the voucher. Remember that the voucher will remain in My Vouchers until it is utilised so no need to worry.
  20. 2 points
    Attach screenshot should clear things
  21. 2 points
    True!! Mobile is essential & has become our identity. OTP / alerts for bank services or IMPS or UPI or any other online registration - buying e-ticket or what not - even Aadhaar without mobile registration is incomplete. PAN is still not mandatory for bank account (bank account without PAN has some restrictions) but existing PAN holder's need to attach their Aadhaar to be able to file returns from 1st July this year or their PAN will become invalid till Aadhaar is not furnished & new PAN can only be obtained if you have Aadhaar card as well (petition filled against this is pending under Supreme Court). Finally it may become mandatory for all as seems by Govt's approach. In fact it should be mandatory for fighting elections also. The only issue worries me is the security of biometric data of individuals which can be disastrous if leaked or stolen. Recently there was a news about such an event & different entities were blaming each other.
  22. 2 points
    I seriously don understand this mail me business. If you post it out in the open then it'll at least benefit a few more people?????
  23. 2 points
    Yes. In 2003, MDA brought mobile to the reach of commonman through RIM. In just 3 months call rates fell from Rs.10/min to Re.1/min. 14 years later he did the same for data. I also use Jio mainly for data, with RCom 4G (the new avatar of RIM) for voice. But sometimes even RCom plays truant.
  24. 2 points
    Jio is good as your secondary calling SIM and primary data SIM. What are dual SIM phones for.
  25. 2 points
    ^^ This was fixed yesterday
  26. 2 points
  27. 2 points
    It should be Queued & shall come in to effect automatically on 29Apr2017 00.00hrs (Midnight of 28Apr2017). You will require a Booster-pack which will last till the remaining days of the prevailing plan (validity till the expiry of the current plan). Till date Jio has projected themselves differently compared to the regular prepaid module used by other companies wherein any prepaid recharge supercedes the existing plan/recharge. They have come up with queued recharges instead. They have introduced booster packs for prepaid users. Jio's prepaid Recharges give full 24 hrs cycle from the time of activation unlike other operators who forfeit plan at midnight irrespective of the time of activation. Jio will observe it's users usage behavior after the commercial services start from April & may come up with some more plan variants by June for non prime customers as well.
  28. 2 points
    Update: Did some RnD on Engineering Mode (*#546368#*371#) IMS setting and VoLTE Enabled on LG Phoenix 2 At&t. Now i can make voice call using Phone dialer without 4G support.
  29. 2 points
    Idea Cellular slashed the rates of its 4G, 3G BIG Internet packs by upto 67%, providing more value to heavy internet users who consume data packs of 2GB to 10 GB. Last week, Idea had announced the price reduction by 45% in its sachet data packs. Idea is now offering 10 GB 4G, 3G data pack for just Rs. 990. Idea’s 2 GB data is now priced at just Rs 349, as against the earlier price of Rs 449. Idea users will now get 5 GB of 4G and 3G data at Rs 649 – a 67% more value than 3GB data earlier. Idea’s new BIG Internet packs will give both postpaid and prepaid data users the convenience to download movies, stream songs and play online games without worrying about data balance. Commenting on the recent rate revision, Mr. Sashi Shankar, Chief Marketing Officer, Idea Cellular, said, “While the price reduction in our sachet data packs was aimed at inducting more users into the world of internet; the reduction in rates of BIG Recharge packs now, is aimed at delivering significantly higher Value for Money to our regular internet users. Our consumer research studies have indicated a growing demand for affordable high volume internet packs which we are aiming to fulfil with the new offers.” http://rtn.asia/t-t/20323/following-airtel-idea-cellular-also-slashes-4g-rates-ahead-reliance-jio-launch Airtel has today slashed data tariffs for its 2G, 3G and 4G prepaid users. In essence, the company has increased the amount of data one gets on each plan by up to 67 percent. Airtel’s announcement comes days after Idea Cellular too slashed prepaid data tariffs by up to 45 percent. The moves come after reports of Reliance Jio planning to launch its services next month. Even if it doesn’t launch commercially, Reliance Jio is expanding its free Preview Offer from just LYF smartphones to Samsung Galaxy smartphones and even Apple iPhones. Under the revised plans, a user opting for Rs 655 monthly pack will now get 5GB of 4G data as opposed to 3GB earlier. In other words, the user gets 67 percent data benefit. Similarly, users opting for Rs 989 or Rs 455 plans will get 10GB (up from 6.5GB) and 3GB (up from 2GB) data respectively. http://www.bgr.in/news/reliance-jio-effect-airtel-slashes-data-tariffs-for-prepaid-plans-by-up-to-67-percent/ Now RJio 4G plans are costlier than Airtel and Idea. Expecting Vodafone to also match the Airtel and Idea rates.
  30. 2 points
    forgot yo post the cdma experience. so I bought a Motorola droid maxx (GSM/CDMA single sim) and a reliance prepaid sim. There was no voice breaking, no call drop on any floor as against GSM network. Great relief for me. I have ported my number to reliance cdma with advance rental plan of 16999/-. Data speed in evdo is not more than 600 kbps.
  31. 2 points
    This decision will further complicate things for prepaid users as they have to have monitor now 1 more pack. Airtel has analysed and found that only in Internet charges they can make money. So they are trying to achieve this by this ridiculous idea. Lets see if their analysis is correct or it boomerangs against it. For customers, the only hope now is Reliance Jio. Jio need not be very cheap. If they are reasonable and not ridiculous like other 3G players, we can see a change. With the kind of investment Jio is doing, surely they need more numbers. So surely for 3 years, I honestly feel that internet tariffs will not go up much as Airtel wants to charge
  32. 2 points
    Was wondering why this phone is not available for sell on Ribweb. Boost version is for sale for 109$, Should be a good Phone around 10K in India
  33. 2 points
    A raja has been arrested finally. its all over the net...
  34. 2 points
    Will CDMA suffer from this hike too? I thought this whole 2G scam was related to GSM cause CDMA works on different frequency. I thought 2G scam was about the 850MHz/900MHz(whichever works in India) band.
  35. 2 points
    I dont think its about handsets,operators themselves have dual spectrum and are neglecting cdma business.
  36. 2 points
    my reliance gsm no was deactivated even after submiting my documents afer fed up by response of mobile store guys complained on pgp port. No got activated in the evening and recied sorry call from chairmen desk of reliance
  37. 2 points
    Can any new company bid for 2G now say Moserbaer, Tulip, Oswal who also participated in 2008 give away?
  38. 2 points
    RIM unveils five new BlackBerry 7 handsets, launching with 225 partners worldwide Canadian mobile giant RIM has announced its latest line of BlackBerry Bold and Torch smartphones, introducing a total of five devices that will all be powered by the company’s latest BlackBerry 7 OS. The smartphone vendor will roll out two new BlackBerry Bold models – the 9900 and 9930 – each sporting a large keyboard and touch display. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 will be RIM’s thinnest BlackBerry yet, with a thickness of just 10.5mm, and will be the flagship device to combine a keyboard with a touchscreen display inside BlackBerry’s Bold unique design. The Bold 9900 and 9930 will launch with full support for Near Field Communications (NFC), which will allow smartphone owners to pair their accessories, read tags and make payments in the near future. Both will combine a keyboard and touch display, with the 9900 including a brushed stainless steel frame. RIM also unveiled and three BlackBerry Torch models – the 9810, 9850 and the 9860. The Torch 9810 sports a 3.2-inch high-resolution display, a slide-out keyboard and launches as a small upgrade to the Torch line. However, the new BlackBerry Torch 9850 and 9860 smartphones will include the biggest screens ever on a BlackBerry device, shipping with a 3.7-inch touch display. The devices are optimised for web use and social interaction, as well as delivering powerful gaming experiences. They will also supports HD recording at 720p, including A 5-megapixel, zero-shutter lag photo camera. All devices will be powered by a 1.2GHz processor paired with 768MB of RAM. Of course with the five new smartphones comes the release of BlackBerry 7 OS. The platform has been upgraded to deliver faster web browsing, deliver Liquid GraphicsTM technology with each smartphone coupling a dedicated graphics CPU and processor to deliver smooth graphics. BlacBerry Messenger gets an upgrade, incorporating BBM within third-party applications, updated social feeds and a new Facebook client to allow smartphone owners to keep up with their friends in real time. RIM adds: BlackBerry 7 OS also includes a number of other pre-loaded applications and integrated functionality for increased productivity and collaboration right out of the box. The Premium version of Documents To Go is now included free of charge, offering users powerful document editing features as well as a native PDF document viewer. BlackBerry® Protect is also pre-loaded**, offering customers the peace of mind that personal data can be backed up and secured in the cloud. BlackBerry® Balance (announced May 2, 2011) is now integrated in BlackBerry 7, allowing users to enjoy the full BlackBerry smartphone experience for both work and personal purposes without compromising the IT department’s need for advanced security and IT controls. And further, the popular universal search capability has been enhanced with support for voice-activated search, so users can now simply speak to begin searching their device and the web for information. Each device is expected to become available later this month, helped by 225 carriers worldwide.
  39. 2 points
    Karbonn releases 3G-enabled low-cost Android phone at Rs. 6,999 - Karbonn A1 Source. Karbonn has launched its first Android-based handset in India, the Karbonn A1. Priced at Rs. 6,999, it joins the ranks of low-cost Android handsets from companies like Micromax, Spice, and Huawei. Like the Huawei Ideos U8150 and the new Micromax Andro A70, the Karbonn A1 comes with a capacitive touchscreen. The Karbonn A1’s most remarkable features are its connectivity options, which include 3G (7.2Mbps HSDPA) and GPS, as well as Wi-Fi hotspot functionality, apart from Bluetooth. Running Android 2.2 Froyo, the Karbonn A1 has a 2.8-inch display (resolution unknown), a 600MHz processor, a 3.2MP camera, a 3.5mm audio jack, and expandable microSD storage up to 32GB. Also onboard is SWYPE text input functionality, as well as various bundled apps, such as Bollywoodji, Saavn Music, and Tune Wiki. Karbonn is looking to get behind the popular Android platform in a big way in India, and apart from strongly promoting the A1, it intends to launch three other Android phones shortly. Let us hope it manages to deliver usable and well-built devices at prices that trigger even greater adoption of Android in India, providing choice in a still rather empty low-cost market.
  40. 2 points
    She should think positively and use the time to compose more poetry... with the condition that she does not inflict it on other hapless inmates.
  41. 2 points
    Good post thanks for sharing. Kesav has been vindicated I must say.
  42. 2 points
    +10 for you.... Thanks for such neat and elaborate post with proper chronology. :clap: Please don't forget to send an appreciation mail to DoT indicating that your complaint number XXXXX is solved to your satisfaction. I always had faith in our system in spite of so much cynicism in the air. My request to fellow members is to make a try and then say it doesn't work. Just don't pass comments due to seize mentality. I also request members to appreciate small good things which happens in our system now and then. It's the only we can elevate the system to do more....
  43. 2 points
    Raja's arrest too little too late: BJP The Economic Times l 2 Feb l New Delhi BJP today dubbed the arrest of former Telecom Minister A Raja as "too little too late" and demanded that others involved in the 2G spectrum scam should also be brought to book. "The arrest is too little too late. It is very unfair to say that Raja alone had gulped Rs 1.76 lakh crore. Who are the rest of the people? BJP categorically wants to know that," BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said. He said Raja's arrest was just beginning of an exercise. "Please don't give credit to the government for the arrest. Government has to answer many questions before this finally comes to an end," he said.
  44. 2 points
  45. 2 points
    The termination charges for SMS was fixed at 10 paisa but TRAI never monitored the transactions in SMS charges which resulted in operators sending messages without paying any termination charges to each other. The business logic for operators was that SMS constitutes a major chunk of their traffic thus non-charging would negate any payment towards termination charges. This resulted in operators offering free SMS packs with mutual understanding. This started choking the networks as new entrants also started the same practice of offering free or lower SMS rates pack. Older telecos are not comfortable with new entrants utilizing similar strategy as majority of old customers reside on their network. Thus Bharti Airtel recently started charging 10 paisa as termination charges without dolling out any favors to other networks Currently a voice call is charged less than a SMS. The SMS charges ranges from 50 paisa - Rs.1 without considering any value added package plans. Thus the levying of termination charges will bring transparency to the whole messaging system at the same time see irrational telecom packages going out of market and SMS charges falling inline with calling charges. This move will hardly increase SMS charges but if TRAI interferes to bring down the SMS prices as majority of this revenues goes into operators kitty it could start a downfall in SMS charges.The operators currently earn a hefty profit through messaging as network cost is minimal in terminating messages thus they needs to bring rationality in their chtarges to benefit the subscribers
  46. 2 points
  47. 2 points
    The termination charges should be fixed at 10p - 15p from the current 20p. We shouldnt pray for anything further as the network will DETERIORATE then. The call rates in India are already among the lowest in the world at less than $0.01 a minute and the Operators are under immense pressure. Such drops will be suicidal for all.
  48. 2 points
    the data card cost 2500rs and 120rs for 3g sim.
  49. 2 points
    Aaya re aaya... Mukesh aaya.. RIL sabki gaa** marne wala hain.. just wait and watch...
  50. 2 points
    nice job man thanks for this fantastic themes