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  India tour of Australia - Live matches on SONY Six /SONY Ten 3
Posted by: nairrk - Yesterday, 09:10 AM - Forum: Airtel Digital TV - No Replies

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  Tata Sky Music and Music + subscribers get free access to Hungama Music Pro
Posted by: nairrk - 11-27-2020, 07:45 AM - Forum: Tata Sky - No Replies

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Tata Sky has today announced its partnership with Hungama Music to offer 15+ million songs and music videos, unlimited offline downloads, unlimited streaming of full-length music videos, to all Active subscribers of Tata Sky Music and Music +.

Active subscribers of Tata Sky Music and Music + can now avail the Hungama Music Pro subscription plan worth Rs 99 per month, through the Tata Sky mobile app at no additional cost. With this collaboration, Tata Sky Music and Music+ DTH subscribers can now access the entire library of Hungama Music in an easy to set-up process with no additional sign-up.

From the latest hits to classics, pop songs to International chartbusters, an active subscriber of Tata Sky Music or Music+ can explore a library of over 15 million songs and music videos in more than 20 Indian and international languages. Hungama Music Pro subscription gives users an ad-free HD-quality audio-video streaming experience, unlimited offline downloads and unlimited streaming of full-length music videos. It also offers subscribers a wide range of original content, online radio channels and curated playlists.

To avail this service, subscribers need to click on the music content listings on the home page of the Tata Sky Mobile App. Active subscribers of Tata Sky Music & Music+ service will be redirected to the Hungama Music app with PRO subscription assigned automatically. Non-subscribers will be taken to the Tata Sky Music or Music+ ‘Add-Pack’ page and will be prompted for a subscription. Once subscribed to DTH service(s), subscribers will be able to access the content on Hungama Music, when they land on app through the Tata Sky Mobile App by clicking on music thumbnails.

Tata Sky Mobile App furthers allows subscribers to view channels that are a part of their subscription on their primary Tata Sky set-top box. This app is available on both Android and iOS.

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  BSNL Rs 247 Prepaid Plan: Things You Should Know
Posted by: nairrk - 11-27-2020, 07:42 AM - Forum: Cellular Services - No Replies

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has given a facelift to their Rs 247 plan. Now teh plan comes with a 40 days validity instead of 30 days.

The plan comes with 250 minutes for local and national calling benefits. The plan comes with 3GB of data per day and once the user crosses the data limit, the speed will be reduced to 80kbps. The plan comes with 100 messages lasting the same amount of time as the validity of the plan, which is 30 days. But as a part of a promotional offer, BSNL has extended the validity of the plan by 10 days, and the final validity period stands at 40 days but only if you subscribe to the plan before 30th November 2020.

If we compare the same plan with Jio's 3GB data plan, it offers the same amount of 3GB data everyday along with 1000 minutes for Jio to Non-Jio calls and unlimited minutes for Jio to Jio calls. The plan also provides a complimentary subscription to Jio apps along with 100 SMSes per day. The plan is priced at Rs 349.

In somewhat related news, BSNL was slapped with a fine of Rs 30 crores by TRAI as the telecom operator failed to block the defrauders who were practicing phishing activities over their network. BSNL was fined with the highest amount of fine when compared to other operators including Airtel, Vi and Jio.

Almost 60-70% of the fraudulent messages and phishing attempts to customers have been on the BSNL network, according to industry officials.

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  Airtel launches two educational DTH channels for Class 6 to 12 students
Posted by: nairrk - 11-24-2020, 01:03 PM - Forum: Airtel Digital TV - No Replies

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Airtel Digital TV, the DTH arm of Bharti Airtel and Vedantu, an interactive online learning platform for students, today announced a partnership under which, two dedicated DTH channels – Vedantu Materclasses – will be available exclusively to the 17 million Airtel Digital TV customers at an affordable price of Rs. 4 per day. The channels will cater to students from Classes 6 to 10 and Classes 11 to 12 respectively and will cover Maths and Science.

With the introduction of these 2 channels, Airtel and Vedantu 'want to make quality education accessible to students across India by leveraging the deep reach of Airtel'.

The learning will be delivered by a faculty including graduates from IIT and AIIMS with proven track records in teaching. The medium of teaching will be a mix of English and Hindi with plans underway to add regional language content, wherever possible.

Commenting on the partnership, Sunil Taldar, CEO & Director, DTH Business, Bharti Airtel, said: “We are delighted to partner with Vedantu to democratise high-quality education by making it highly affordable and accessible through the home TV. The TV screen is evolving beyond entertainment to becoming a hub for interactive education and learning that can be delivered in a safe and affordable manner, especially in these unprecedented times".

"We are confident that this service will be well received by students and parents and education on TV will become a permanent feature which will benefit millions of students", he added.

Vamsi Krishna, CEO & Co-Founder, Vedantu, commented, “Having established Vedantu as the unanimous choice for LIVE online learning in the metros and key cities, our next mission is to make our highly curated teachers and content available to a vast majority of Indian students. As a brand we are going the extra mile to make quality education accessible. Our partnership with Airtel DTH is in this direction and we are delighted to use our collective strengths to sustain India’s learning needs in smaller towns and villages.”

As per the companies, both of them believe that with their deeper penetration, 'the home TV screen will provide a ubiquitous medium through which to impart knowledge and bridge the gap between quality teachers and students'.

India has a total of 260 million school-going children. In particular, those in small towns and villages have little or no access to high-quality learning due to limited broadband access as well as a shortage of faculty. Some even travel long distances for tuitions and this is challenging especially during the current pandemic. Airtel and Vedantu believe that with its deeper penetration, the home TV screen will provide a ubiquitous medium through which to impart knowledge and bridge the gap between quality teachers and students.

11 hours of fresh interactive content will be available daily to students with repeat telecast for students who missed the class or want to revise the content. To make the learning more fun and engaging, the classes will also include interactive quizzes to which students can respond to using the TV remote.

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  WhatsApp Disappearing Messages feature now available in India: How to use it on Android, iOS
Posted by: nairrk - 11-24-2020, 07:20 AM - Forum: Technology & Web Services - No Replies

The Disappearing Messages feature is available on both individual and group chats. While for one-to-one chats any person can enable the feature, group chats would need the admins to do the deed.

As of now, WhatsApp is only allowing a time duration of 7 days for the disappearing messages. This means users cannot set a custom time for the messages to vanish. Once the feature is enabled, messages sent going forward will automatically vanish for both parties after 7 days.


How to enable the feature on Android

*Open WhatsApp on your smartphone.
*Head over to a chat and then click on the contact name.
*Tap on ‘Disappearing messages’.
*Turn the feature on by tapping on the ‘On’ option.

How to enable the feature on iPhone

*Open WhatsApp on iPhone.
*Head over to the chat where you would like to enable the feature.
*Tap on the contact name.
*Scroll down and click on ‘Disappearing messages’.
*Now tap on the ‘On’ option.

WhatsApp has been working on the ‘Disappearing Messages’ feature for quite some time now. The Facebook-owned giant has now finally started rolling out the feature for users in India. The feature is available on both Android as well as iOS. However, there is a way to enable the feature and here’s how you can do it:

WhatsApp’s new Disappearing Messages feature basically allows users to have conversations of various sorts and will ensure their privacy. Users will be able to send and receive messages that will vanish after a certain period of time. Just like Snapchat, the user will be able to decide the duration of the message, after which it will be deleted from the chat.

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  New Educational channels added by ADTV
Posted by: nairrk - 11-23-2020, 07:58 AM - Forum: Airtel Digital TV - No Replies

Vedantu Classes channels added by Airtel Digital TV

Ch.102 & 417: Vedantu Classes (6-10)

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Ch.103 & 418: Vedantu Classes (11-12)

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  Whatsapp to soon introduce the ability to mute videos before sending, posting
Posted by: nairrk - 11-20-2020, 07:46 AM - Forum: Technology & Web Services - No Replies

Instant messaging app WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that would let users mute their videos before posting those to their friends and family members or putting them up as status.

As spotted by WABetaInfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned company is now developing a mute video feature and it has appeared on a beta update. In the screenshot shared by the WhatsApp features tracker, one can see the option of muting the video along with the trimming option.

"After enabling Advanced Wallpaper features and Disappearing messages, WhatsApp is working on new features now. The next feature, available in a future update, will allow muting videos before sending to contact or your status updates," a report by WABetaInfo read.

WhatsApp has also started rolling out advanced wallpaper features to more users. This feature lets users set a different wallpaper for each chat. You can choose to set one wallpaper for all chats on WhatsApp, or manually select a different one for each chat.

Recently, WhatsApp introduced the much-awaited 'Disappearing Messages' feature. As the name suggests, the feature allows user to send messages that will appear for a limited period of time.

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  MTNL reintroduces Rs. 196, Rs. 329, Rs. 399, Rs. 1,298, Rs. 1,499 prepaid plans
Posted by: nairrk - 11-17-2020, 07:39 AM - Forum: Cellular Services - No Replies

MTNL or Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited has reintroduced 5 prepaid plans for users in India. The plans, starting from Rs. 196, are Special Tariff Vouchers (STVs) and are launched for a promotional period. Read on to know more about the new MTNL prepaid plans.

New MTNL prepaid plans: Benefits, Validity and more
As per a report by Only Tech, the Rs. 196 STV, it provides users with 1.5GB high-speed data per day, unlimited free voice calling, and free 100 SMSs a day. The plan comes with a validity of 28 days.

The Rs. 329 plan offers 2GB of high-speed data a day, free unlimited voice calling, and free 100 SMSs per day. It comes with a validity of 45 days. The Rs. 399 pack is a slightly toned-down plan than the Rs. 329 plan. It offers 500MB a day, unlimited voice calling, and free 100 SMSs a day. It has a validity of 28 days only as opposed to the 45 days with the Rs. 329 plan.

The Rs. 1,298 is a data voucher that provides users with 2GB of high-speed data daily for 270 days. It can be used as an additional plan on top of the pack that offers calling and other benefits. Lastly, the Rs. 1,499 plan offers 2GB of high-speed data a day, free unlimited voice calling, and free 100 SMSs a day. It comes with a validity of 365 days.

It is suggested that the aforementioned plans will be available from November 13, 2020, until February 10, 2021. Additionally, there are currently available only in Mumbai with no word on their availability in other circles.

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  Tata Sky offering upto Rs 400 discount for new connections, Tata Sky Binge+ Set-Top Box price dropped again
Posted by: nairrk - 11-16-2020, 01:51 PM - Forum: Tata Sky - No Replies

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Direct to Home (DTH) operator Tata Sky has announced a new offer for customers who are looking to purchase a new connection. The company is offering up to Rs 400 off on the company’s Set-Top Boxes on buying a new connection.  

The discount offer is available on HD, Binge+ and HD+ STBs. However, the offer will be valid only for those customers who will pay online. There is no discount on the SD set-top box.

Tata Sky is offering Rs 400 discount on its premium HD+ Set-Top Box, Rs 200 discount on the Android TV-based Binge+ Set-Top Box and Rs 150 on the HD Set-Top Box. Interested customers can head to the company’s website for buying a new Tata Sky connection.

Tata Sky Binge+ was launched at a price of Rs 5,999, then it got reduced down to Rs 3,999. A recent price cut brought the price down to Rs 2,999.

Tata Sky HD Set-Top Box is now available at Rs 1,349 instead of its regular price of Rs 1,499 after a discount of Rs 150. Tata Sky Binge+ Set-Top Box is currently available at Rs 2,799 instead of its usual price of Rs 2,999 after a discount of Rs 200. Customers will have to enter ‘TSKY150’ and ‘TSKY200’ code at the checkout page.

Tata Sky HD+ Set-Top Box is now available at Rs 4,599 instead of its regular price of Rs 4,999 after a discount of Rs 400. Similarly, customers will have to enter ‘TSKY400’ code at the checkout page.

Tata Sky Binge+ set-top box offers all live channels like a normal STB and simultaneously also offers Android TV so you can enjoy OTT services like Hotstar, Zee5, Amazon Prime Video, etc. It also has Google's services like the Google Assistant, Built-in Chromecast, and the Play Store through which you can download a bunch of other apps. It has a memory of 8GB and RAM of 2GB. The memory is expandable with the help of an SD Card.

Earlier, Tata Sky’s OTT service, Tata Sky Binge announced its partnering with SonyLIV to delight customers this festive season. The partnership will add 1000+ hours of exciting content to Tata Sky Binge including TV Shows, Movies and SonyLIV Originals like Scam 1992 - The Harshad Mehta story, JL50, Avrodh - The Siege Within, Your Honor, Undekhi and movies like Kadakh, Ram Singh Charlie among others. It will also offer the widest selection of movies, choicest TV shows from its wide bouquet of Sony Pictures Networks channels and Live sports.

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  Happy Diwali
Posted by: nairrk - 11-13-2020, 11:02 PM - Forum: The Lounge Forum - No Replies

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Wish all of you and your families a Happy Diwali

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