Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Thank you India, says French family which took shelter at Mumbai gurudwara

The French family that stayed at a Mumbai Gurudwara during Mumbai rains said THANK YOU INDIA FOR THE BEST EXPERIENCE OF OUR LIFE













Tuesday, August 29, 2017

इंसान की क्या फ़ितरत, शैतान बदलते हैं

ईमान बदलते हैं, इंसान बदलते हैं,
है वक़्त का तहकाजा, सुल्तान बदलते हैं,
मौका परस्त दुनिया, मौका परस्त नेता,
जब वक़्त बदलता है, पैगाम बदलते हैं,
ऊँचाइयों की खातिर, मुकाम बदलते हैं, 
दौलत की है ये दुनिया, इनाम बदलते हैं,
इंसान की क्या फ़ितरत, शैतान बदलते हैं,
ईमान बदलते हैं, इंसान बदलते हैं,

written by : B S Vohra @vohrabs

Free 4G Data + Unlimited Calling To Any Network For 12 Months

Just a few months ago, Indian Telecom company's were offering 300 MB for 28 days at Appx Rs 95 per month and had increased the rates to appx. 125 for the same period, saying costs have gone up. Calling charges were additional and we had to pay Roaming also. 

Now the same company's are offering 1GB data plus unlimited calling at just Rs.300 pm to 350 pm. Reliance JIO has shaken the market.

Add your comment / link on BloggerPride Blog

BloggerPride - Pride of Bloggers !

Please feel free to Add your Comment / Link under various posts in the BloggerPride Blog. We will moderate various comments depending upon our policies, i.e. No Racial, Abusive, Adult, Porn, Gambling links. Please log on to www.bloggerpride.blogspot.in

Saturday, August 19, 2017

#CJtoModi: Make Delhi pollution free city, says CJ B S Vohra




This message was published almost 3 years ago by CNN IBN under the category CJ i.e. Citizen Journalist - Message to PM Modi on the worsening pollution in Delhi.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Jio Phone Bookings Now Open: Documents You Need, Delivery Date, and More You Need to Know











JioPhone bookings will officially open on August 24 (both offline and online), but certain offline retailers in the Delhi-NCR region have already started taking pre-orders for the handset. This means that you have the opportunity to make your JioPhone booking ahead of millions of people across the country, provided you have an offline retailer near you taking pre-orders right now. We spoke to one such retailer to find out the offline booking process, the documents you need to get your hands on the phone, and tentative delivery dates, and other important details. Notably, the Rs. 1,500 refundable deposit only needs to be paid at the time of picking up the handset, so, you don’t need to have that amount ready when pre-ordering. Read on to find out everything you need to know.

Jio Phone booking with Aadhaar number

To book JioPhone, you will need to submit a copy of your Aadhaar card with the authorised Jio retailer, whether it is a store around the corner or a Reliance Jio outlet. As an individual consumer, you can get only one unit per Aadhaar number across the country, so you will not be able to place orders on different stores in the hopes of getting multiple units. After you submit the Aadhaar number, your details will be uploaded into centralised software that will assign you a token number, which you need to cite while picking up the phone.

Jio Phone price

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced at the July 21 event that the JioPhone will effectively be free, with an upfront, refundable security deposit of Rs. 1,500. Now, while making the JioPhone booking offline, you will not have to pay anything when you submit your Aadhaar number. The Rs. 1,500 payment will have to be made only when you pick up the unit assigned to you from the offline retail store. This sum can be reclaimed after 36 months of using the handset, according to Jio.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Jio Phone - Feature phone - India ka Smart phone !

Mukesh Ambani launched its new mind blowing Jio Phone, last Friday, and now everyone is curious to know that how to get this new feature phone at a refundable security deposit of Rs 1500/-. Jio has updated its website with ‘Keep Me Posted’ page. The page says, “Introducing India Ka Smartphone JioPhone”. It is the first step to register your interest. When you click on Keep Me Posted tab, it will show you a form.













The form says, “Register Interest, Share your details with us and we will get back to you.” The form asks you to fill First name, last name, email and phone number. Also, it says, ” We hate spam and promise to keep your data safe.” Moreover, it asks you to tick ‘I accept terms & conditions’ box. Once you fill correct details, it will say, “Thank you for registering interest!”.











After this, you will get an email from Jio. The email reads, “Greetings from Jio! Thank you for your interest. We have received your details and our team will contact you shortly. Thank You, Team Jio.”

pics with thanks : Reliance Jio : LINK

Monday, August 7, 2017

Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel price war: All offer 84 GB data plan, unlimited local, STD calls

Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel price war: All offer 84 GB data plan, unlimited local, STD calls

A year earlier, before Reliance Jio was launched, consumers were used to paying phone bills with large amounts for voice calls and data. Most users had an austere approach when it came to data consumption.

A year earlier, before Reliance Jio was launched, consumers were used to
 paying phone bills with large amounts for voice calls and data. Most 
users had an austere approach when it came to data consumption.

A year earlier, before Reliance Jio was launched, consumers were used to paying phone bills with large amounts for voice calls and data. Most users had an austere approach when it came to data consumption. Things have changed. About a month from now, Reliance Jio will mark its first anniversary. Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani launched the new teleco in September last year, changing the Indian telecom sector in India forever.
For the consumer, this has essentially meant more data in less money. Reliance Jio, which started off with free data and free voice calls to draw users, has forced incumbent telecos Airtel and Vodafone to reduce data prices too. Jio has finally started charging customers, ending its free offers, but that has not ended the price war between the telecos. For the consumers, it's great news. There's plenty of data packages to choose from.
As Reliance Jio intends to increase its consumer base further, there will definitely be more offers to come. AS for now, Airtel and Vodafone are putting out counter offers to defend against Jio's onslaught. There are similar offers that Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Airtel are offering, including plans in which consumers end up getting 84 GB in total. Let's take a look:
Airtel: Reliance Jio has caused a massive dent in the telecom industry, but Airtel is fighting hard to retain its top position in the sector. Airtel has aggressively tried to match Jio's offers. Airtel's Rs 399 plan is no different. The Rs 399 plan offers free local and STD calls which matches Jio's free and voice calls feature. But more than voice calls, the fight is about data price. Airtel's Rs 399 plan, with a validity of 84 days, offers 1 GB data per day. This essentially amounts to 84 GB data in total.
Airtel has different offers depending on the circle, and special packages for select users. Earlier, Airtel was offering 70 days validity for new 4G handset users for Rs 399.

Vodafone: Much like Airtel, Vodafone's not been too behind in offering new packages in a bid to retain its customers who could drift to Reliance Jio owing to the cheap data plans. Vodafone's latest plan was targeted at students. Vodafone's Rs 445 plan with 84 days validity has 1 GB data limit per day. This amounts to 84 GBs in total. But, it has also tied up with cab service provider app Ola and food deliviery app Zomato to offer discounts.

The plan's cost also goes down in the second recharge when users have to pay Rs 352 instead of the first-time recharge value of Rs 445. Voice calls and SMS are free. There's smaller option too for Vodafone users with a First Recharge Coupon (FRC) plan at Rs 244. It offers 70 GB data with unlimited Vodafone to Vodafone local and STD calls.
Idea: In a few states Idea Cellular has a Rs 445 plan with 84 days validity for first time recharge users. Idea's Rs 445 plan includes unlimited local and STD calls with 1 GB 3G data limit per day. There's a cheaper plan available for Rs 297 plan with 1 GB daily data and unlimited local and STD calling within the Idea network. Idea users in Mumbai also have the option to subscribe to a Rs 395 plan for 4G smartpohone users with 84 days validity and 1GB daily data.

with thanks : Yahoo News : LINK : for detailed news.