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Having Multiple SIM cards may land you in trouble

Telecom companies have been directed to disconnect services of subscribers who have more than nine SIM cards in their names. The move comes in the wake of the government making stricter rules on owning SIMs following surge in cases where criminals misuse them. How to par The new norms came into effect on Friday with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) amending the customer verification norms for mobile phone users.
Scores of subscribers have multiple SIMs with several owning more than 100, a government official said. Telecom companies, desperate to add subscribers, have been lenient in checking multiple connections and do not verify credentials of such users. Earlier, operators were offering free and pre-activated prepaid connections with SIMs at their company-managed outlets or franchise across the country. According to new customer verification norms, activated prepaid SIMs have been banned as reported by Mail Today on November 3. The newspaper on October 30 had reported on …
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Now you can book up to 5 devices now as Jio resumes pre-booking in India

An overwhelming demand for JioPhones in India forced the company to put a hold on new bookings until the first round of pre-booked phones were delivered. And the great news is that Reliance Jio is now accepting pre-bookings for JioPhone again, which only means Reliance Jio has accomplished the feat and it's ready for the next batch of JioPhones orders. Reliance Jio's home page displays a banner that says, "Come on India. Join the movement. Get your effectively free JioPhone." The timing of this couldn't be more fitting as it's just days after the new telco announced its Rs 49 tariff for JioPhone owners. The banner mentions "Unlimited voice & data at Rs 49 for 28 days" bundled with the JioPhone to attract customers. The so-called "India ka Smartphone" is now available for pre-bookings, and buyers are no longer limited to just one handset per customer. When we tried ordering the JioPhone, it gave us the option to add up to 5 devices on a…

Reliance Jio introduces new tariffs for JioPhone users; offers 1GB with free calls at Rs 49

Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio) has brought in the industry’s lowest price plan for a 28-day validity, especially for its JioPhone users, in a bid to propel the sale of the 4G feature phones and add to its 160 million user base against an aggressive rival, Airtel, which has matched most of the new entrant’s offerings.

Starting January 26, a JioPhone customer can get 1GB data at ₹49 with a validity of 28 days, with voice free for life, the Mukesh Ambani-owned telco said on Thursday. This will be the lowest price plan a telco is offering in the industry, keeping the data amount and validity period in mind.



“Tariffs charged for feature phone users continue to be exorbitant, while their smartphone counterparts on Jio enjoy free voice calls and high speed data at the most affordable tariffs,” Jio said in a statement.

Till now, the entry point for JioPhone users was the ₹153 plan wherein a customer would get 1.5 GB of data for 28 days.

“The high featurephone tariffs make it impossible for them to …

paisafill.com presents - 11 hidden iPhone tricks you should really know about

You might have had your iPhone, or a number of iPhones, for years now, but there are still plenty of tricks that not many know about. This is especially true since the release of iOS 11.  So, here are a few of the best hidden iPhone tips in the new software - plus some old tricks too. Keep up with the headlines  iOS users can now ask Siri to give them the news - and, in response, Siri instantly streams daily news podcasts.  Supported news sources include BBC News in the UK. Just say something like 'Hey Siri, play some news' and you'll be up to date. You can even specify the publication you want it from, as well as the type of news you want (e.g. sport, world or business). 

This update is thought to be setting the stage for Apple's up-and-coming HomePod speakers, a long-awaited Siri speaker that is set to go on sale in February. Apple Pay Cash

Reliance Jio vs Bharti Airtel: The best recharge packs you can get this Republic Day

With the tariff war among the telecos reaching to its tumultuous heights, different offers are launched every other day with more benefits for the customers. Two big telecoms giants, Reliance Jio and Airtel once again locked the horns when they offered renewed data and calling plans ahead of the Republic Day. While the Reliance Jio Republic Day 2018 offer, which will go live on January 26, promises to give 50 percent more data to the customers, Airtel's refreshed prepaid packs offer more data and validities. In order to make the customers choose the best recharge pack without paying extra money, we compare the data and calling benefits under the Jio Republic Day 2018 offer and Airtel's new recharge packs.

Check the updated plan at paisafill.com Jio Rs 149 pack vs Airtel Rs 149 pack With a recharge of Rs 149, Reliance Jio will provide users 1.5GB of data per day, however, the validity of this plan is 28 days. As of now, Reliance Jio offers 1GB data per day. With this recharge, a…