Airtel 60 days 60 deals Offer

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Airtel launches 60days 60deals offer for its new customers activated on airtel network from 1st Aug to 31st Aug 2012.

Get a new offers per weeks on this deal as local+STD SMS ,2G data,STD free min,Full talk-time,local onnet night min and Tapori Radio,Movie masala.

If activation happens on Wednesday, then the first offer of the week will be 3 STD mins. Week 1 will end with the Tuesday offer of 100 MB 2G data.

Airtel 60 days 60 deals Offer
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Airtel 60days60deals

• Airtel to Airtel local Night Mins are valid from Saturday 11pm to Sunday 6am.
• For Free Local/STD Mins pulsing will be minute based.
• Subscribers who are on Time based Data Plans will not get free Data Benefit.
• Free Data is available on 2G only.

• For MP / Guj / Mum / Mah / WB / Kol / OR / Bihar on Monday 200 Local+STD SMS across all weeks.

• Talktime offer on Thursday : For Mum & ROM Wk1 /Wk2 Rs.58 on 58 and Wk3 to Wk9 Rs.63 on RC58 ; For Delhi Wk1/Wk2 Rs.60 on 60 and Wk3 to Wk9 Rs.65 on RC60 ; For Guj Wk1 to Wk9 Rs.51 on 51.

• Dial 54321391(toll free) to enjoy 10 free mins of Tapori Radio on Friday and dial 50707 (toll free) to enjoy 10 free mins of airtel Movie Masala on Sunday.

• All benefits start immediately after first recharge.
• For More Details sms “DEAL” to 121.
• To opt out of the program sms “NoDeal” to 121.
• This offer is not applicable while customer is roaming.

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airtel 60 days 60 deals offers
Existing customer can  dial 12131(toll free) for special offer.

Unitech go against Uninor

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Unitech, which holds 32.74% stake in Unitech Wireless Pvt Ltd that operates under the Uninor brand,approached the Company Law Board (CLB) to postpone the auction for selling Uninor company's business.

Uninor has set a minimum price of Rs 4,000 crore for the India telecom business and said Telenor would pay Rs 4,190 crore in case no other bidder evinces interest by August 6.

Unitech in its application requested Company Law Board (CLB) to stay the auction in which Telenor may possibly be the only bidder.

Telenor wants to scrap the joint venture with Unitech and migrate its business to a new company to seek fresh operating licences as the JV's 22 telecom permits were among the 122 telecom licence  quashed by the Supreme Court in February.

Indian Telecom Performance Report

The TRAI released the “Indian Telecom Services Performance Indicator Report” for the Quarter ending March 2012.

This Report provides a broad perspective of the Telecom Services and presents the key parameters and growth trends for the Telecom Services as well as Cable TV, DTH & Radio Broadcasting services in India for the period covering January to March 2012, and is compiled on the basis of information furnished by the Service Providers.

According to TRAI, The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 926.53 million at the end of Dec-11 to 951.34 million at the end of Mar-12, registering a growth of 2.68% over the previous quarter as against 2.16% during the QE Dec-11. This reflects year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth of 12.41% over the same quarter of last year. The overall Teledensity in India has reached 78.66 as on 31st March, 2012.

Telecom Report

Trends in Telephone subscribers and Teledensity in India

Trends in Telephone subscribers and Teledensity

• Subscription in Urban Areas grew from 611.19 million at the end of
Dec-11 to 620.52 million at the end of Mar-12, taking the Urban
Teledensity from 167.85 to 169.55. Rural subscription increased from
315.33 million to 330.82 million, and the Rural Teledensity increased
from 37.48 to 39.22. Share of Rural areas in total subscription has
increased from 34.03% at the end of Dec-11 to 34.77% at the end of
Mar-12.

• About 37.61% of the total net additions have been in Urban areas as
compared to 49.87% in the previous quarter. Rural subscription
growth rate increased from 3.22% in QE Dec-11 to 4.91% in QE Mar-
12, and Urban subscription growth rate declined from 1.63% in QE
Dec-11 to 1.53% in QE Mar-12.

Composition of Telephone Subscribers

Composition of Telephone Subscribers

 

• With 25.33 million net additions during the quarter, total wireless
(GSM + CDMA) subscriber base registered a growth of 2.83% over the
previous quarter and increased from 893.84 million at the end of Dec-
11 to 919.17 million at the end of Mar-12. The year-on-year (Y-O-Y)
growth rate of Wireless subscribers for Mar-12 is 13.26%. Wireless
Teledensity increased from 74.15 at the end of Dec-11 to 76.00 at the
end of Mar-12.

• Wireline subscriber base further declined from 32.69 million at the end
of Dec-11 to 32.17 million at the end of Mar-12, bringing down the
wireline Teledensity from 2.71 at the end of Dec-11 to 2.66 at the end
of Mar-12.

• Internet subscribers increased from 22.39 million at the end of Dec-11
to 22.86 million at the end of Mar-12, registering a quarterly growth
rate of 2.10%. Top 10 ISPs together hold 94.94% of the total Internet
subscriber base.

• Number of Broadband subscribers increased from 13.35 million at the
end of Dec-11 to 13.81 million at the end of Mar-12, registering a
quarterly growth of 3.44% and Y-O-Y growth of 16.18%.

• Share of Broadband subscription in total Internet subscription
decreased from 59.6% at the end of Dec-11 to 60.4% at the end of Mar-
12. 85% of the Broadband subscribers are using Digital Subscriber
Line (DSL) technology.

Trends in Internet/Broadband subscription

Trends in Internet/Broadband subscription

 

• Monthly Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) for GSM service increased
by 1.66%, from `96 in QE Dec-11 to `97 in QE Mar-12, with Y-O-Y
decrease of 2.71%.

• MOU per subscriber per month for GSM service slightly increased by
4.10%, from 332 in QE Dec-11 to 346 in QE Mar-12. The Outgoing
MOUs (167) increased by 3.98% and Incoming MOUs (179) by 4.20%.

• Monthly ARPU for CDMA – full mobility service increased by 2.49%,
from `73 in QE Dec-11 to `75 in QE Mar-12. ARPU for CDMA has
increased by 14.54% on Y-O-Y basis.

• The total MOU for CDMA per subscriber per month increased by
1.62%, from 226 in QE Dec-11 to 229 in QE Mar-12. The Outgoing
MOUs (117) increased by 3.10% and Incoming MOUs (112) declined by
0.12%.

• Gross Revenue (GR) and Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) of Telecom
Service Sector for the QE Mar-12 has been `49,242.99 Crore and
`34,457.07 Crore respectively. There has been a decrease of 0.25% in
GR and an increase of 1.10% in AGR as compared to previous quarter.
The year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth in GR and AGR over the same quarter
in last year has been 8.20% and 9.49% respectively. Pass-through
charges accounted for 30.03% of the GR for the quarter ending Mar-
12. The quarterly and the year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth rates of passthrough
charges for QE Mar-12 are -3.26% and 5.29% respectively

• Average license fee as percentage of AGR is 8.28% in QE Mar-12 as
against 8.31% in previous quarter. The quarterly and the year-on-year
(Y-O-Y) growth rates of the average license fee for QE Mar-12 are
0.67% and 10.15% respectively.

• Access services contributed 78.10% of the total revenue of telecom
services. In Access services Gross Revenue & Spectrum Charges
increased by 2.00% & 1.45% respectively while AGR & License Fee
decreased by 0.11% and 0.24% respectively in the quarter ending Mar-
12 vis-à-vis previous quarter.

• Monthly Average Revenue per User (ARPU) for Access Services based
on AGR decreased from `100 in QE Dec-11 to `97 in QE Mar-12.

Micromax released Funbook Pro 10″ touch, 1.6GHz CPU and 1GB RAM

With the success and demand of Micromax Funbook, Micromax has announced Funbook Pro tablet of Which most of the features are similar to Funbook but new tablet is lighting fast due to its 1.2GHZ processor and 1GB RAM. Tablet also includes Dual Mali 400 2D/3D graphics processor for seamless Multimedia processing and Android 4.0(Ice cream sandwich).

It is launch with Photon plus bundled offer – Photon plus @Rs.500 extra and get 1GB data every month for next two months.

Micromax Funbook pro
Micromax Fun book pro

Funbook pro full specification
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General:
• Price: Rs.9,999(Officially)
• CPU 1.2GHZ
• GPU Dual Mali 2D/3D graphics processor
• OS Android 4.0(Ice cream sandwich)
• Slim Design

Network and Connectivity:
• 3G Yes (Supported by an external USB Dongle)
• WiFi Yes
• USB Yes
• 3.5 MM Jack Yes
• HDMI Port Yes

Display:
• Type Multi Touch Capacity Screen
• Screen Size 25.6cm
• Features Multi-Touch • Screen, Pinch Zoom

Storage:
• Internal 8GB NAND
• Expandable Up to 32 GB
• Card Slot MicroSD
• RAM 1GB

Camera:
• Primary 0.3 Mega Pixels (VGA camera)
• Video recording Yes

Battery:
• Capacity 3.7V/5600mAh
• Browsing time
• Up to 5 hrs

Other:
• Browser Yes
• Games Yes
• Color: Slate Grey

So wait for Micromax next blast.

Micromax Edutainment funbook with Photon plus offer

Enjoy the study with latest Micromax funbook and Photon plus offer.

The all new Funbook is powered by 1.2ghz processor and runs on the latest Android OS- the Ice cream Sandwich.

Officially report
“Empower your intellect with study material right from kindergarten up till IAS civil services exams with the biggest and largest exchange of supplementary course material in India. And get access to the latest movies, songs and clips or keep yourself busy with the latest games, apps or even watch your favorite show on Live TV”

Micromax offers exclusive Interactive course material for CBSE ranging from class 1 till class 12th, for more information visit: http://mmx.vriti.com/ and spend more Rs.500 extra to get Photon plus with postpaid connection and 1GB data every month  for next two months.

Micromax Funbook
Micromax Funbook

Funbook Full specification
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Price: Rs.6499 ( Official)

Network and Connectivity:
• 3G           Yes (Supported by an external USB Dongle)
• WiFi         Yes
• USB          Yes
• 3.5 MM Jack  Yes
• HDMI Port    Yes

Display:
• Type           Capacitive Touch ScreenScreen
• Size             17.8cm
• Features    Multi-Touch • Screen, Pinch Zoom


Storage:

• Internal 4GB NAND
• Expandable Up to 32 GB
• Card Slot MicroSD
• RAM512 MB

Camera:
• Primary 0.3 Mega Pixels (VGA camera)
• Video recording Yes

Battery
• Capacity Li-Ion battery – 2800 mAh
• Browsing time
• Up to 5 hrs

Other:
• Browser Yes
• Games Yes
• JAVA Yes
• Color: Midnight Black & Slate Grey

For huge demand and orders officially funbook is out of stock now.

Nokia to leave Finland and put 10,000 jobless

Nokia-Logo

The biggest mobile phone company Nokia recently announces
massive jobs cuts worldwide as Nokia going to shutdown the
manufacturing in Nokia's native country of Finland.
and close the member jobs availability there.

A group of Nokia staff are going to lose their position by
the end of 2013 and some of them are working in Finland.

This week, Nokia's Salo phone factory in Finland shipped out its last device. The local news website YLE.fi reports that the phone was shipped on Wednesday (the model name was not revealed). On Friday, Nokia confirmed that it will close its Salo plant in September.

Nokia job cuts in Finland

The giant mobile making company will put their 780 working staff jobless at the plant and among 3,700 Finland-based Nokia members have to find jobs.

In June Nokia published plans to cut down 3,700 jobs in Finland and 10,000 jobs worldwide.