Showing posts from October, 2009

Reliance Does It Again- This Time Low Call Rates For All Indians

After handing almost every Indian with a mobile phone with its revolutionary Rupees 501/- scheme years ago, Reliance does it again.

This time with its bold offer of all calls (landline and mobile), local and STD at 50 Paise per minute- without any bonus cards or monthly rentals, and the tariff valid for lifetime. Lifetime in telecom circles means at least till 2021, and that’s a long time.

Even if one is not on Reliance, the other companies are already feeling the heat and have come out with unbelievable offers.

All I can say is thank you Reliance.

Tip For Google’s Data Appetite- Users Are Aware And They Don’t Want You To Store Online Tracks Like You Want To Create A Clone Of Them In 2050

It’s business after all, and some sort of data is necessary to run a successful business by noticing trends, predicting new demands and countering rivals’ products. But who’ll explain the fetish of this beloved company that is the lynchpin of the Internet community?

Thank You, For Giving Sense To Vodafone

Thank you and other net-to-cell phone SMS sites, for giving some sense to mobile operators like Vodafone.Now in the same Rs29/- pack they give local as well as national SMS messages. Couldn’t have happened without you.

Some Tips Regarding SSB Interview Call Letters

SSB Interview call letter is an important document, but it is quite possible that you may not receive the letter at all... It may happen at times, and you yourself need to be alert.

You should be getting it around 3-4 weeks before the Interview date. From my own experiences, and those of many aspirants whom I have interacted with, here are some tips:

Can Rationing The Electricity Be A Solution For The Time Being? Also, Subsidising CFL Bulbs?

“Rationing is the controlled distribution of resources and scarce goods or services. Rationing controls the size of the ration, one's allotted portion of the resources being distributed on a particular day or at a particular time.” Almost all of Punjab, and other areas of North India are experiencing power cuts on daily basis. Most of us have already adjusted our routine around those cuts. Those among us who can afford have installed generators at their place, but that’s not the solution for the rest of us.