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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Reliance Jio is now available in India

Reliance Jio - for a revolutionary life.

  • All voice calls for Jio customers to be free.
  • No roaming charges on Reliance Jio.
  • Reliance Jio introduces the lowest data rates anywhere in the world.
  • No operator charges on special days. Bills in real time Reliance Jio.
  • Reliance Jio data plans start at 300 MB goes up to 75 GB and cost Rs 50 per G. Tariff plans starting from Rs 149.
  • Reliance Jio introduces students exclusive tariff plans which would have 25% more data.
  • Reliance Jio services to be free for the month of September.
  • Stay tuned for more information.
Reliance Jio is now available in India
Reliance Jio is now available in India

Google updates Google Plus with new features

Seems search giant Google has still not lost hopes from its social media platform Google Plus. The company has announced three new updates to Google Plus. Another tweak to the user interface and a few other additions, will greet you the next time you log in to the Google Plus app. Started late last year, the new interface was initially pushed to the app as well as the website only to those who opted for it on logging in. However, the Mountain View-based tech company is now moving all its users to the new redesigned interface within the next few days. The option to switch back to the older interface if required, however, would be there only till the rollout is complete.

Airtel will give 5GB free data to broadband users

Airtel will give 5GB free data to broadband users

Airtel has announced that it will give 5GB extra data to its broadband users every month. The extra data will be available to both the existing subscribers as well as the new users.

"Airtel broadband homes can now get a monthly free additional data benefit of 5GB for every other Airtel service connection - postpaid mobile or digital TV (DTH) - within the family. So, if an Airtel broadband home has two Airtel postpaid mobiles and one Airtel digital TV connection then 15 GB free additional data will be added to their broadband account every month," an Airtel spokesperson said in a statement.

Although not much, the data should help the Indian internet users, most of whom use connections that are expensive and yet come riddled with what telcos call Fair Use Policy, which throttles the speed once a user has consumed predefined -- and often ridiculously low -- amount of data. it is worth noting that the practice of the FUP is something that has been perfected in India by Airtel, and even though it seemed surprisingly anti-user most telcos soon followed it.

Airtel said that the offer of extra 5GB data was part of company's "Airtel Surprise" plan and that users could avail it by registering for the offer on the company's site. They will have to register at:

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WhatsApp to share user data with Facebook

WhatsApp's recent decision to share user data with parent company Facebook today reached the doorsteps of Delhi High Court, which sought the government's response on the modification.

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra issued notice to the Centre on a plea by two users of the most popular instant messaging service, alleging that WhatsApp , Facebook Inc and Facebook India Online Pvt Ltd's new private policy "compromises the rights of its users".

Taking note of the concern by petitioners Karmanya Singh Sareen and Shreya Sethi, the high court wished to examine the issue and asked the concerned authorities to file their reply by September 14.

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