BSNL Chennai UL450 and UL600 : Call Unlimited BSNL to BSNL Landline

BSNL Landline tariff UL450 and UL600

BSNL Chennai Telephones released two new Landline talk plans UL-450 and UL-600 in Chennai Telephones for Urban individual home customers. Call unlimited local and STD through BSNL Landline for a whole month. These are permanent plans with effective from 19-09-2012.

The New plans are applicable only for new bookings under the urban category. Urban area means Landline Exchange equipped capacity of > 1,00,000.

Tariff UL450 plan charges Rs.450 with validity one month.Call BSNL Landline to BSNL Landline(Local/STD) unlimited(without any charge) and to BSNL mobile(Local/STD) at 60 paisa. BSNL Landline to others network at 1 rupee.

Tariff UL600 plan charges Rs.600 with validity 30 days. Call unlimited through BSNL landline to BSNL landline and BSNL mobile local and STD.BSNL landline to others network local and STD call charge 1 rupee.

Pulse rate for above two plans 60 sec.

BSNL Landline UL450 and UL650 details

Note:- The rates indicated are exclusive of Service Tax, which will be charged extra as per prevailing tariff.

Other terms and conditions:-

1. These Plans are not applicable to Local /STD/PCO/PRI/Call Center customers/Telemarketers/VAS Content providers/PBX/PABX/Junction Lines/ISDN/Customers for whom group billing is being done on one number for various numbers.

2. The connection under the plans shall not be provided at the same location where a PCO is working to avoid its misuse.

3. Existing ISD Tariff shall be applicable for the new plans also.

4. Landline means wireline Telephone or WLL Telephone having telephone numbers of 8 digits or less than 8 digits.

5. All other commercial terms and conditions of the above new plans such as Registration, Security Deposit, Installation charges and billing period etc, shall remain same as applicable to “One India Plan”.

Best Mobile deal-Snapdeal and Huawei present Buy 1 Get 1 Free offer


Snapdeal, India's leading online Shopping Mall partnerd with with Huawei mobile, presents an amazing deal . Buy one mobile and get one absolutely free at a very cheap rate only Rs.4955.

This deal comes with Huawei U5510 Dual SIM, GSM + GSM (Dual Standby), 3.2 Megapixel rear camera,0.3 Megapixel front Camera with video call support, expandable memory up to 32 GB,FM Radio and first 3G feature phone with Wi-Fi Router which is capable to convert 2G/3G data to WiFi router and you can connect up to 8 wireless devices simultaneously, also manage two different connection with two separate service provider at a time and latest video call facility.

Easily stay connected with your Facebook, Twitter and others IM services.

Another model is Huawei G5510 Dual SIM, GSM + GSM (Dual Standby),0.3MP camera, expandable memory Up to 16GB. It specially designed for Music entertainment with one-touch music access through dedicated music key.

Snapdeal and Huawei U5510,G5510 deal

Full Specification Hauwei U5510

General3G Dual SimCandy BarGSM/GPRS/Edge 900/1800 MHzWCDMA 2100 MHz

650 MHz Processor

Operamini Web browser




Display6.1cm (2.4″) ScreenTFT LCD displayQVGA (240×320) ResolutionMPEG4, H.263, H.264 video format supported
CameraDual CameraRear: 3.2MPFront: 0.3MP
ConnectivityHSDPA/HSUPA with 7.2Mbps DL and 5.76Mbps UL802.11 b/g, Support Wi-Fi RouterBluetooth V2.1 + EDR
Memory512MB RAM1GB ROM40MB Internal MemoryExpandable Upto 32GB

3.5mm Audio Jack

BatteryLithium ion1000 mAh CapacityUpto 200 min (3G) TalktimeUpto 350 Hours (3G) Standby Time
Others1000 Multi Field Phonebook1000 SMS MemoryPreoaded MSN, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter


Full Specification Huawei G5510

General2G Dual Sim850/900/1800/1900 MHzJava 


Display2.1cm (2.4″) ScreenTFT displayQVGA (240×320) Resolution
Camera0.3MP (VGA)
Connectivity2GBluetooth A2DP
Memory32MB RAM64MB ROMExpandable Upto 16GB

3.5mm Audio Jack

BatteryLithium ion1000 mAh CapacityUpto 220 min Talktime

Single SIM Standby Time : 830hrs

Dual SIM Standby Time : 625hrs

Others500 Field Phonebook200 SMS Memory

Go here to achieve this limited time offer:;11

Exclusive Infotel 4G: Mukesh Ambani to take part in upcoming 2G Spectrum Auction

Infotel 4G

Mukesh Ambani, the owner of pan India 4G license, is likely going to take part in upcoming 2G spectrum Auction in November.

RIL likely to take part in auction directly, if unable to bid directly then the company will fit another company to make the purchase of 2G spectrum and buy that company later.

Infotel broadband which is going to roll out 4G LTE service across the country in next few months but unfortunately they don't have spectrum for voice call facility.

In May 2010, Mukesh Ambani won the pan India license for Broadband Wireless Access(BWA) for the amount of Rs 12,847.71 crore. Infotel is the only company which has won all the telecom circle 4G spectrum license.

Bharti Airtel already started 4G service in Kolkata and Banglore in May 2012. At the begging there is no chance for the normal people to use 4G as data charge, dongle price is too high and low penetration of supported device.

Mukesh Ambani plans to provide 4G in various important areas like security, finance, education, entertainment etc. Also announced to provide high-speed data service at low cost and now it is expected to introduce voice service at very low price to acquire the Indian telecom market. This will definitely bring a healthy competition in Indian Telecom Market.

Base price for the 1800Mhz band is Rs.14,000 crore for pan India license and Rs.9,100 crore for the 800Mhz band which is used for GSM and CDMA mobile telephony respectively.

Exclusive: MTS Mumbai STV555 Unlimited local SMS & calling to Any Network

MTS Mumbai Unlimited call to any Network

To celebrate the spirit of Ganesh Chaturthi, Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) that operates across India under the MTS brand with over 16 million wireless customers today launched a range of competitive and value for money initiatives for customers across Mumbai.

These limited period offerings have been specially designed to bring more value to MTS customers this festive season.

  • MTS Mumbai has rolled out an exciting Unlimited 555 offer; Customers recharging with Special Tariff Voucher (STV) of Rs 555/- to get unlimited local SMS & calling to any network for a month.
  •  New Voice customers just need to recharge with Rs. 25 to get assured double talk-time on a range of denominations; existing customers need to recharge with Rs. 14 to avail the benefit.
  • The launch of these limited period offers is supported by an integrated communication campaign involving ATL and BTL activities

“We at MTS, believe in bringing an exciting and innovative proposition to engage our customers. On this auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, MTS has announced a slew of offerings for its customers in Mumbai. We hope these initiatives will add to the celebrations” According to Ashoo Sethi, Chief Operating Officer, Mumbai Circle, MTS India.

MTS has made available a never before Voice offer where pre-paid customers recharging with Special tariff voucher of Rs 555/- will get unlimited local calling and SMS to any network.

Additionally, new Voice customers just need to recharge with Rs. 25 to get assured double talk-time on a range of denominations; existing customers need to recharge with Rs. 14 to avail the benefit.

The launch of these special offers is supported by an integrated communication campaign involving ATL and BTL activities.

Reliance My College Plan:Calls and SMS @ 5p with Unlimited Facebook and WhatsApp access


Reliance launches a special tariff plan named My College Plan exclusively for the college students. The plan offers voice, SMS, and data for social network access at a very cheap rate.

Shout loud, SMS and chat with your buddies all day and month with My College plan which comes for MRP Rs.16 and validity 30 days.

With this special plan voucher Call and SMS unlimited at 5 paise per minute within college group and unlimited free access to Facebook and WhatsApp.

Now engage in the Social network and don't miss even a moment of fun and frolic on your campus.

This plan is valid for few selected Indian colleges and the maximum number of colleges are listed there.

Reliance My College Plan

How To Subscribe
Just SMS SUB to 51111 and enjoy these out-of-the-world services at just Rs. 16/- per month!

At any point, if you wish to unsubscribe
just SMS UNSUB to 51111.

Spice up your college life today with new Reliance My College Plan


  • You can be part of only one college group at a time.
  • Any data consumed by browsing external links from Facebook will be charged.
  • Unless unsubscribed, the plan will auto-renew every 30 days.

Exclusive Mobile Security: How to Secure Mobile device and Private data

Mobile Security Concern

Threats to the security of mobile devices and the information devices store, process have been increasing significantly. The number of variants of malicious software, known as “malware,” aimed at mobile devices has reportedly on rising from about 14,000 to 40,000.

Cybercriminals may use a variety of attack methods, including intercepting data as they are transmitted to and from mobile devices and inserting malicious code into software applications to gain access to users’ sensitive information.

These threats and attacks are facilitated by vulnerabilities in the design and configuration of mobile devices, as well as the ways consumers use them. Common vulnerabilities include a failure to enable password protection and operating systems that are not kept up to date with the latest security patches.

Mobile security attack

Attacks against mobile devices generally occur through different channels of activities:

How to Secure Mobile

Software downloads

Malicious applications may be disguised as a game, device patch, or utility, which is available for download by unsuspecting users and provides the means for unauthorized users to gain unauthorized use of mobile devices and access to private information or system resources on mobile devices.

Visiting a malicious website

Malicious websites may automatically download malware to a mobile device when a user visits. In some cases, the user must take action (such as clicking on a hyperlink) to download the application, while in other cases the application may download automatically.

Direct attack through the communication network

Rather than targeting the mobile device itself, some attacks try to intercept communications to and from the device in order to gain unauthorized use of mobile devices and access to sensitive information.

Physical attacks

Unauthorized individuals may gain possession of lost or stolen devices and have unauthorized use of mobile devices and access sensitive information stored on the device.

Mobile devices often do not use security software

Many mobile devices do not come preinstalled with security software to protect against malicious applications, spyware, and malware-based attacks. Further, users do not always install security software, in part because mobile devices often do not come preloaded with such software. While such software may slow operations and affect battery life on some mobile devices, without it, the risk may be increased that an attacker could successfully distribute malware such as viruses, Trojans, spyware, and spam, to lure users into revealing passwords or other confidential information.

Operating systems may be out-of-date

Security patches or fixes for mobile devices’ operating systems are not always installed on mobile devices in a timely manner. It can take weeks to months before security updates are provided to consumers’ devices. Depending on the nature of the vulnerability, the patching process may be complex and involve many parties. For example,Google develops updates to fix security vulnerabilities in the Android OS, but it is up to device manufacturers to produce a device-specific update incorporating the vulnerability fix, which can take time if there are proprietary modifications to the device’s software. Once a manufacturer produces an update, it is up to each carrier to test it and transmit the updates to consumers’ devices.

Software on mobile devices may be out-of-date

Security patches for third-party applications are not always developed and released in a timely manner. In addition, mobile third-party applications, including web browsers, do not always notify consumers when updates are available.Unlike aditional web browsers, mobile browsers rarely get updates. Using outdated software increases the risk that an attacker may exploit vulnerabilities associated with these devices.

Mobile devices often do not limit Internet connections

Many mobile devices do not have firewalls to limit connections. When the device is connected to a wide area network it uses communications ports to connect with other devices and the Internet. These ports are similar to doorways to the device. A hacker could access the mobile device through a port that is not secured. A firewall secures these ports and allows the user to choose what connections he or she wants to allow into the mobile device. The firewall intercepts both incoming and outgoing connection attempts and blocks or permits them based on a list of rules. Without a firewall, the mobile device may be open to intrusion through an unsecured communications port, and an intruder may be able to obtain sensitive information on the device and misuse it.

Mobile devices may have unauthorized modifications

The process of modifying a mobile device to remove its limitations so consumers can add additional features (known as “jailbreaking” or “rooting”) changes how security for the device is managed and could increase security risks.Jailbreaking allows users to gain access to the operating system of a device so as to permit the installation of unauthorized software functions and applications and/or to not be tied to a particular wireless carrier. While some users may jailbreak or root their mobile devices specifically to install security enhancements such as firewalls, others may simply be looking for a less expensive or easier way to install desirable applications. In the latter case, users face increased security risks, because they are bypassing the application vetting process established by the manufacturer and thus have less protection against inadvertently installing malware. Further, jailbroken devices may not receive notifications of security updates from the manufacturer and may require extra effort from the user to maintain up-to-date software.

Communication channels may be poorly secured

Having communication channels, such as Bluetooth communications, “open” or in “discovery” mode (which allows the device to be seen by other Bluetooth-enabled devices so that connections can be made) could allow an attacker to install malware through that connection, or surreptitiously activate a microphone or camera to eavesdrop on the user. In addition, using unsecured public wireless Internet networks or WiFi spots could allow an attacker to connect to the device and view sensitive information.

Mobile Application breach

Mobile device manufacturers and wireless carriers can implement a number of technical features, such as enabling passwords and encryption, to limit or prevent attacks. In addition, consumers can adopt key practices, such as setting passwords, installing software to combat malware, and limiting the use of public wireless connections for sensitive transactions, which also can significantly mitigate the risk that their devices will be compromised.