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  1. Reliance Gsm Coverage

    How to find if reliance GSM have an equivalent or better coverage than CDMA? [or just have to believe them for their name..] In my town few CDMA towers doesnt have GSM towers.. Would be better to find this before quitting CDMA and entering GSM..
  2. Blackberry Q10 forgot password, how to unlock or recover data. 9 chances over with wrong guesses. Only 1 chance left. I am in Bangalore. Kindly help me in unlocking phone or recovering data.
  3. The only option seems to be losing data. Can anyone help to recover data ? Any possibility if handset send to blackberry ? Please help. Willing to pay for data recover.
  4. Is it possible to use GPRS internet in Blackberry mobiles without activating BBS ? I tried with Bsnl [APN: bsnlnet] and Tata Docomo [APN: tata.docomo.internet] But its not working.
  5. Download to pc and install to BB, right ? How to install, just copy the file to memory card and run it ?
  6. I am looking to buy a GSM business smartphone with the following features, please suggest a good model Budget 15k Qwerty Keyboard must Touch optional 3G HSDPA Wifi 5MP camera or more Android / Windows / Blackberry / Symbian Operating system - Suggest the best Usage - full time connectivity, mails, messenger and social networking Good battery back up [more than 1200 mAh]
  7. Thanks for the valuable suggestions. Will analyze and take one model. Will keep you all informed.
  8. Brain Teasers

    1. What starts with E and ends with E and has a letter inside? 2. It takes twelve one-cent stamps to make a dozen. How many four-cent stamps does it take to make a dozen??? 3. "We were born on the same day of the same year," said Mini. "And we have the same mother and father," said Tini. "But we’re not twins," said Mini. Can you explain? 4. Two fathers and Two sons went for a movie, there was only 3 tickets available in the theater. Even though they all saw the movie.. How ? 5. What is it that when you take away the whole, you still have some left over?
  9. Times of India 8 Jun 2009, 0345 hrs IST CHENNAI: Towers of mobile service providers continue to sprout on building terraces in the city but the authorities, it seems, are not too keen on regularising them. Five months ago, the elected council of the corporation approved a proposal for a new taxation for buildings with towers but there has been no official announcement so far. The corporation does not even have a list of the mobile towers in the city. A senior official seeking anonymity said that Vodafone (712, Aircel (502) and Tata Indicom (83) had submitted their lists while BSNL, Airtel and Reliance were yet to to do so. Neither the corporation nor the Public Works Department has the statutory powers to issue stability certificate for buildings with towers. In January councillors raised queries on the stability of these buildings in the council. Congress floor leader Saidai P Ravi had alleged that the building owners and service providers did not abide by the rules in installing such towers in high-rise structures. "There is a need to instill a fear among the stakeholders by imposing restrictions. We want the government to act swiftly," he had added. Earlier, service providers along with local "mediators" got in touch with building owners for installaing their towers. Now, building owners have started offering their terraces and other property for mobile towers on rent. The rental websites are testimony to this. R Mohan Kumar of Anna Nagar said his spacious terrace needed to be put to better use. "My friend in Villivakkam rented out his terrace for a mobile service provider to put up its tower. If he manages to get Rs 15,000 per month without any hassle why shouldn't I?" he said. Mohan Kumar is keen on getting Rs 15,000-Rs 30,000 from a telecom major that wants to better its network coverage. Neither he nor his friend is aware of the need for a stability soundness certificate. Worse, the corporation officials are not sure of their role in regularising the towers in their jurisdiction. When Karu Annamalai and M Vijayakumar of Mullai Street in M G R Nagar registered went to the local junior engineer a few days ago about the encroachment by their neighbour who had dug up part of the road for a chamber for a combined earthing system, the officer pleaded ignorance. Also, he did not turn up to see the "construction" on the road. "Whom should we approach for filing complaints on cell towers?" the residents sad.
  10. Source NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Google said Wednesday that it will start testing a new broadband network that will deliver speeds of more than 100 times faster than traditional broadband. The Internet search giant is aiming to link up with states and municipalities to build and test a fiber-optic network that will offer download speeds of about 1 gigabit per second, according to a blog post on the company's Web site. Google said that speed would be fast enough to download a high-definition, full-length feature film in less than five minutes. The company said the network would offer wire-line service directly to consumers' homes at "a competitive price." The network will be built by Google (GOOG, Fortune 500), but consumers will be able to choose their service provider. Google expects the test will provide its service to at least 50,000 and potentially up to 500,000 people. "Our long-term vision is to see a better, faster Internet," said Minnie Ingersoll, product manager of Google's high-speed broadband initiative. "When everyone had dial up, we couldn't imagine what broadband speeds would be like. By increasing speeds by 100 times faster than what's offered today, we can create opportunities for services that we won't even be able to envision now." Buzz on broadband The news had open-Internet and broadband proliferation advocates buzzing. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., both said in statements that they hoped Google's test would help usher in a new era of ultra-high-speed Internet access to increase America's global competitiveness. "Big broadband creates big opportunities," Genachowski said in a statement. "This significant trial will provide an American test bed for the next generation of innovative, high-speed Internet apps, devices, and services." Google put out a request for information to interested communities on Wednesday. Ingersoll said she hopes Google would be able to identify which community will be the test subject, but added that there was no immediate timeline for when the test network would be up and running. A strong response to Google's search (no pun intended) has already begun: Facebook groups are beginning to pop up, urging Google to pick their communities, including groups from Buffalo, N.Y. and Chapel Hill, N.C. This isn't the first time that Google has tried its hand at providing Internet access. In 2006, the search giant launched a free mobile broadband network in Mountain View, Calif., using small WiFi radios hanging on lampposts throughout the city. Ingersoll said there are no plans to deploy the service beyond the test bed, but it hoped that a successful network test would help spur deployment of similar high-speed networks from other Internet service providers. "What the government is doing and other providers are doing is great, and we applaud it, but we think there's more innovation to be done," she said. Google's desire to see improved Internet speeds is part of its strategy to keep users on the Internet, accessing its Web sites, and clicking on the ads that its sells. "Since Google's products and services are used by people connecting to the Internet, if people don't have constrained bandwidth ... that means they'll spend more time on Google and other Web sites as well," Ingersoll added. Analysts say that no matter what Google's intentions, the service will likely be disruptive to the status quo. "One thing's for sure: This is a big kick in the anthill," said Yankee Group analyst Benoît Felten. "It likely has broadband network operators shaking in their boots."
  11. Go Vegan

    http://www.youtube.c...h?v=VIjanhKqVC4 Edited Sub title.
  12. Go Vegan

    Are you a proud non-vegan ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W7h0C1330U
  13. Source Etisalat DB, GSM mobile service operator and telecom venture of Indian realty major DB Group and UAE based telecom operator Etisalat will launch its GSM Mobile Services under the brand name of Cheers Mobile in 15 telecom circles in India. The operator is also going to launch the cheapest tariff plan wherein subscriber can make local calls at just 10 paisa per minute without any packs. However there is no official word from the company, though they have already listed the tariff plan details and customer care numbers on their official site of ”Cheer Mobile” . We also had a chat with the Noddle Officers in Mumbai Circle and according to him the commercial services will be launched very soon though no official launch date was disclosed.Presently the Core GSM Mobile Network is live in TamilNadu,Kerala and in various circles and the commercial services will be launched soon in Mumbai, Andhra Pradesh and in other circles across India soon.The bollywood Star Aamir Khan will endorse Cheers Mobile Services as earlier we shared on TelecomTalk. Cheers Mobile (Etisalat DB) has Unified Services Access License in 15 circles including Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Mumbai,Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu (including Chennai), Uttar Pradesh (East), Uttar Pradesh (West), Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Cheers Mobile Tariff Plan (Prepaid)-: Prepaid Sim Card Cost 49 Tariff Validity 365 Days Local Calls to Own Network 10 paisa Per Minute Local calls to Other Network 30 Paisa Per Minute STD Calls to All Network 60 Paisa Per Minute Local SMS 10p (Own) 30p (Other) National SMS 10p (Own) 50p (Other) International SMS 5 Customer Care 121 From Cheers Mobile Customer Care Numbers-: Mumbai 9588000121 Maharashtra and Goa 9511000121 Gujarat 9512000121 Karnataka 9513000121 Tamil Nadu & Chennai 9514000121 Andhra Pradesh 9515000121 Kerala 9516000121 Punjab 9517000121 Haryana 9518000121 UP-East 9519000121 UP-West 9520000121 Rajasthan 9521000121 Madhya Pradesh / Chattisgarh 9522000121 Bihar /Jharkhand 9523000121 Delhi 9599000121
  14. Kyocera Zio M6000 Cdma

    Source Japanese electronics company Kyocera has launched its first Android phone, the Zio M6000. The Zio M6000 happens to be a tri-band CDMA EVDO Rev. A handset. It supports 800/1700/1900MHz bands. The phone runs Android 1.6 and as of now, there is no word whether it will be getting an Android 2.0 update. It features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (with A2DP) and GPS. The M6000 has a largish 3.5-inch, capacitive, WVGA screen that is capable of a very high 800 x 400 pixel resolution. The phone also has a 3.2 megapixel camera complete with a dedicated camera key and a multitude of camera options. It can record VGA videos at 30 frames per second. Other features include a digital compass, accelerometer, and support for microSD cards up to 32GB. The phone will be compatible with select carriers in U.S. Kyocera has, however, not revealed when they plan to release the M6000 or at what price. There is also a lingering doubt if a GSM version of this phone will ever be announced.
  15. Looking for a Microsoft Dynamics Navision Trainer. please help.
  16. TRAI 15.64 mn wireless subscribers added in Mar '09 Business Standard Tuesday, Apr 21, 2009 A record 15.64 million wireless subscribers were added in March and for the first time in two years wireline subscriber-base has increased marginally, indicating an overall growth for the telecom sector. The total wireless subscriber base (GSM, CDMA and WLL (Fixed)) stood at 391.76 million at the end of March 2009 with the addition of 15.64 million users, Telecom Regulatory Authority said in a statement today. The total number of telephone connections reached 429.72 million at the end of March with the tele-density (phones per 100 people) touching 36.98. Wireline subscriber-base increased to 37.96 million in March this year as against 37.73 million in February 2009, registering an increase of 0.23 million. The broadband subscriber-base has touched 6.22 million by the end of March 2009, adding 0.37 million new subscribers from the previous month, it said.
  17. yesterday i bought videocon v1302 dual sim [gsm+gsm], dual standby mobile phone for my rgsm and docomo.. i bought it from univercel @ 2400/- [its also available for online purchase through univercel @ 2250/-] Key features Dual SIM, Dual Standby (GSM + GSM) 1800 mAH Battery with up-to 720 mins Talk Time/500 hrs Standy Time Memory expandable upto 8GB GPRS Enabled 1000 Phone Book memory, 500 SMS storage capacity FM radio on speakerphone and Stereo FM Recording MP3/MP4 Music Player with Dedicated Music Keys 3GP/MP4 Video Player formats Bright Dual LED Torch if anyone wants to know more details then let me know..
  18. Go Vegan

    Our Gastro Anatomy: The Logic Of Going VEGAN
  19. Price - 4700 Source Product Type - Bar Phone Network - GSM 900/1800+CDMA800 Dimensions - 111x48x14.8mm Display - 2.0" TFT – 65K Weight - 105 gms Talk Time - Upto 4 Hrs. Standby Time - Upto 120 Hrs. Battery - 1050mAh FM Radio - Yes FM Recording - Yes FM Scheduler - Yes Audio Player - Yes Audio Equalizer - Yes Sound Recorder - Yes Video Player - Yes Video Recorder - Yes Camera - 1.3 MP Webcam - Yes Mobile Tracker - Yes GPRS/WAP - Yes Modem - Yes Connectivity - PC Suite,Mass storage Bluetooth - Yes with A2DP MMS - Yes SMS - 200 Phone book Capacity - 1000 Memory card Slot - Support TF/Micro SD card upto 4 GB JAVA - Yes* Games - Yes Torch Light - Yes Auto Call Record - Yes Caller Group - Yes Language Support - Dual (English & Hindi)
  20. Blood Required

    Required O-ve Blood 3 units today at Bangalore. contact Laxmiraja -------- Please use this thread for all blood requirements.. thanks..
  21. Blood Required

    Urgently require AB Positive blood today(Tuesday 15/06/2010) before evening for a patient (CRITICAL) admitted in KIMS Hospital, Trivandrum. Kindly contact Mr. Subair V P at 9745005346 or Shyraj at 9446330101.
  22. Blood Required

    Required O-ve Blood at Trivandrum. Contact Sajeev 9946559434
  23. if it were dual standby with good battery back up, then i will stick with Nokia..