Mobile, WiFi and Landline Telecommunication in India

India is changing with the new technology as worked is progressing. Landline to WiFi and Mobile etc are changing with time.
4G is here.
5G is coming.
Landline will become useless ?
It will rule as 4G signals are much weaker. Worst will be 5G.
Telecom Companiess will upgrade software only to move to 5G.
Landline will be out to New use.
May be it will work as your Antenna !
Wi-Fi Will be used to call.
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Recently rates are changed from 6th December.
Mobile rates with data are changed in a big way.
Plans shoot upto 200 per month.
Earlier it was 100 per month with data for a simple user.
Then Jio came and costs were up by 150 per month. All companies followed this.
Now Jio made it to Rs.200 per month. All companies followed.
599 plan is for 84 days.

This will increase with time.
There will be new rules and regulations made to do such changes. You have to follow all.
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Here’s how to enable Airtel Wi-Fi calling on your smartphone

Rounak Jain | Dec 10, 2019, 12:24 IST


Airtel has started rolling out Wi-Fi calling or Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) services in Delhi NCR. The service is available only to Airtel users in the circle who have an Airtel Broadband connection.

With Wi-Fi calling, users will be able to make and receive calls and SMS over a Wi-Fi network. In addition to having an eligible handset, you will also be required to have Airtel Xstream Fiber network to be able to use Airtel Wi-Fi calling.

Airtel, on its website, said that the Airtel Wi-Fi calling service will ensure that users get superior indoor coverage, crystal clear conversation and superfast call connection. At present, the service is available on selected Apple, OnePlus, Samsung and Xiaomi handsets.

Compatible handsets for Airtel Wi-Fi calling

iPhone XR, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.

OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro.

Poco F1, Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro.

Samsung Galaxy J6, Galaxy On6, Galaxy M30s and Galaxy A10s.

How to enable Airtel Wi-Fi calling

Ensure that you have an eligible smartphone and are connected to an Airtel Xstream Fiber network.

Now enable Wi-Fi calling in your device settings. This may vary depending on your smartphone.

Apple iPhones – Go to Settings > Mobile Data > Wi-Fi Calling > Enable.

OnePlus – Go to settings > Wi-Fi & Internet > Sim & Network > Sim 1 / Sim 2 > Wi-Fi Calling > Enable.

Xiaomi – Settings > Sim Cards & Mobile Network > Airtel > Make calls using Wi-Fi > Enable.

Samsung – Enable Wi-Fi calling from quick settings.

Restart your device and check for VoWi-Fi symbol in your status bar.

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The Ghost Who Walks
Kuch langar maar ke call karne ka bataao.
Read in today's paper trai extended the IUC for another year.

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Kuch langar maar ke call karne ka bataao
Read in today's paper trai extended the IUC for another year.
You can call from Idea, Vodafone and Airtel without any boundation.

When they increased rates from 6 December, they have already increased from 400 to600 approx for 84 days..
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Calls हुए वापस FREE | Airtel, Idea, Vodafone Unlimited Free Calls New Plans | No IUC Truly Unlimited
•Dec 16, 2019



Hey Guys, In this video i'll explain you Truly Unlimited Free Voice Calls in New Airtel, Idea, Vodafone Reliance Jio 4G Recharge Plans. Now again Unlimited Free Voice calls are back, now no one have to pay 6 Paise per Minute IUC charges. You'll also get to know the Comparision between Airtel vs Jio vs BSNL vs IDEA vs Vodafone. Queries Solved: 1) Airtel New Plans 2) Idea, Vodafone New Recharge Plans 3) Unlimited Free Calls no IUC 4) Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, Reliance Jio 4G Tariff Plan Details 5) WHich SIM card to use in INDIA
Jio ने लॉन्च किए नए टैरिफ प्लान, शुरुआती कीमत 199 रुपये, देखें पूरी लिस्ट रिलायंस जियो ने आखिरकार अपने नए टैरिफ प्लान पेश कर दिए हैं। जियो के सभी नए टैरिफ प्लान छह दिसंबर से लागू होंगे। अपने नए प्लान को लेकर कंपनी का कहना है कि जियो के प्लान टैरिफ हाइक के बावजूद एयरटेल और वोडाफोन और आइडिया के टैरिफ प्लान से 15-25 फीसदी तक सस्ते हैं। इन सभी प्लान के साथ जियो टीवी पर 600 से अधिक चैनल देखने का मौका मिलेगा। साथ ही जियो सिनेमा पर 10,000+ फिल्में और कई सारे शोज मिलेंगे। वहीं जियो क्लाउड पर 5 जीबी स्टोरेज फ्री में मिलेगी।आइए जानते हैं जियो के सभी प्लान के बारे में। जियो के रोज 1.5 जीबी डाटा वाले प्लान रोज 1.5 जीबी डाटा के तहत तीन प्लान पेश किए गए हैं जिनमें 199 रुपये, 399 रुपये, 555 रुपये और 2,199 रुपये के प्लान शामिल हैं। 199 रुपये वाले प्लान की वैधता 28 दिनों की है। इस प्लान में जियो से जियो के नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग फ्री है, वहीं दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 1,000 मिनट्स मिलेंगे। वहीं जियो 399 रुपये वाले प्लान में 56 दिनों की वैधता के साथ 2000 मिनट दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग मिलेगी। 555 रुपये वाले प्लान में 84 दिनों की वैधता के साथ दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 3,000 मिनट और 2,199 रुपये वाले 365 दिनों के प्लान में दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 12,000 मिनट मिलेंगे। जियो का 28 दिन वाला प्लान 199 रुपये- रोज 1.5 जीबी डाटा, दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 1000 मिनट और जियो एप्स के सब्सक्रिप्शन 249 रुपये- रोज 2 जीबी डाटा, दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 1000 मिनट और जियो एप्स के सब्सक्रिप्शन 349 रुपये- रोज 3 जीबी डाटा, दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 1000 मिनट और जियो एप्स के सब्सक्रिप्शन 56 दिनों वाला प्लान 399 रुपये- रोज 1.5 जीबी डाटा, दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 2000 मिनट और जियो एप्स के सब्सक्रिप्शन 444 रुपये- रोज 2 जीबी डाटा, दूसरे नेटवर्क पर कॉलिंग के लिए 2000 मिनट और जियो एप्स के सब्सक्रिप्शन
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Blow to Airtel, Vodafone Idea as Supreme Court dismisses AGR plea
3 min read . Updated: 16 Jan 2020, 11:59 PM IST
Navadha Pandey, Prathma Sharma

  • Telcos will have to clear dues by 24 January or seek urgent help from government
  • The two telecom companies, along with rival Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, raised prices of their services by up to 47% in the first week of December

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NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed pleas, including those of Bharti Airtel Ltd and Vodafone Idea Ltd, to review its earlier judgement that had asked telecom operators to pay more than ₹1 trillion of dues to the government.
Bharti Airtel, which has to pay ₹35,586 crore to the government by 24 January, and Vodafone Idea, which owes the government ₹50,000 crore, said they were evaluating filing curative petitions.
The court’s refusal to review its order is the latest setback for the telecom operators, which have reported record losses in the September quarter and are struggling under mountains of debt. Without any relief from the courts, the operators will now have to ensure that they pay the dues in about a week or seek urgent help from the government.

Graphic by Sarvesh Kumar Sharma/Mint

Graphic by Sarvesh Kumar Sharma/Mint
“There is very little chance of a curative plea being heard and that there may not be any fresh grounds," said Saurav Kumar, partner at IndusLaw. “The government too may not tinker much with the order but surely can help to restructure payment deadline for dues. For Vodafone Idea, bankruptcy may be the next step if they can’t manage to raise funds. Promoters are unlikely to put fresh money in this." Consumers will have to pay higher prices if the Indian telecom market turns into a duopoly, he added.

Bharti Airtel said the order will further erode the viability of the sector, which is already facing severe financial stress. “The industry needs to continue to invest in expanding networks, acquiring spectrum and introducing new technologies like 5G. The money now required to pay punitive interest, penalty and interest on penalty which forms nearly 75% of AGR (adjusted gross revenue) dues would have better served the digital mission of the country," Bharti Airtel said in a statement.
Bharti Airtel and other telecom operators had challenged the way the department of telecommunications (DoT) calculated AGR, based on which they pay licence fees and spectrum charges. Licence and spectrum charges are calculated at 8% and 3-5% of AGR, respectively.
The 24 October court order upheld the government’s definition of revenue, which defined AGR as all revenues of a licence holder including those from non-core telecom operations such as rent, dividend and interest income.

To be sure, Bharti Airtel has raised $3 billion and plans to use a portion of these proceeds to meet its AGR liabilities.
However, the future of Vodafone Idea is at stake. Last month, Aditya Birla Group chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla said the group’s telecom unit, Vodafone Idea, would have to “shut shop" if there was no relief from the government following the AGR verdict.
Tata Teleservices, which sold its mobile services business to Airtel, faces dues of ₹14,000 crore. An emailed query sent to Tata Sons was unanswered till press time.
In an exchange filing, Vodafone Idea said it is exploring further options, including filing a curative petition.
The tussle over the definition of AGR had started when operators migrated to a new revenue-sharing system offered by the government in 1999 under which they agreed to share a certain percentage of revenue with the government.

The October verdict also made non-telecom companies holding licences for internal communications and signalling liable to pay licence fees on their entire revenue, even if they do not offer consumer-facing telecom services.
DoT has sought ₹1.72 trillion from GAIL (India) Ltd, ₹22,168 crore from Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd, ₹15,019 crore from Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd and ₹290 crore from RailTel Corporation of India Ltd by 24 January.

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