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  11 channels removed from Dish TV India on NSS6/SES8 as on 23-07-2020
Posted by: Sathish - 07-23-2020, 10:49 AM - Forum: Dish TV India - No Replies

11 channels removed from Dish TV India on NSS6/SES8 as on 23-07-2020.

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1) ISAI ARUVI (DISHTV) 11050 V 29500 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
2) SHALOM - Free (DISHTV) 11130 V 29500 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
3) ETV AP- Rs 1 (DISHTV) 11510 H 29500 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
4) CHINTU TV- Rs 6 (DISHTV) 11510 H 29500 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
5) SIRIPOLI (DISHTV) 11510 H 29500 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
6) ABN ANDHRA JYOTHI- Free (DISHTV) 12647 V 32700 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
7) TV10 TELUGU NEWS- Free (Dish Tv) 12647 V 32700 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
8) JAYA TV-RS 6 (DISHTV) 12647 V 32700 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
9) Surya Comedy (dishtv) 12647 V 32700 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
10) NEWS18 KANNA- Rs 0.25  (DISHTV) 12688 H 32000 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -
11) NEWS 18 KER- Rs 0.25  (DISHTV) 12688 H 32000 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 -

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  Nepal 1 and Prameya News 7 channels removed from Airtel Digital TV
Posted by: Sathish - 07-23-2020, 10:41 AM - Forum: Airtel Digital TV - No Replies

Nepal 1 and Prameya News 7 channels removed from Airtel Digital TV.

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1) Nepal 1 @ FREE (Airtel) 11481 V 28800 8PSK DVB-S2 2/3 -
2) Prameya news 7 @ FREE (Airtel) 12711 V 43700 QPSK DVB-S2 3/4 -

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  Vodafone brings all Idea postpaid customers under Vodafone RED umbrella
Posted by: nairrk - 07-22-2020, 07:15 PM - Forum: Cellular Services - No Replies

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Vodafone Idea has announced that it has seamlessly transferred all the Idea postpaid customers under Vodafone RED postpaid plans. The move is said to be the biggest consolidation after the merger of Vodafone and Idea to form a new entity known as Vodafone Idea Limited (VIL).

With this, all the Idea postpaid customers will be transferred to Vodafone RED plans. With this, the operator will provide a unified customer experience to both Vodafone and Idea postpaid customers in the country. The company has revealed that existing Idea postpaid customers will no longer be required to go through a separate onboarding and service process. Furthermore, Idea postpaid customers will have access to the Red Family subscription and Vodafone Play service.

“The consolidation of Vodafone and Idea postpaid customers is a major step towards our vision of one company, one network. One of the biggest and fastest migrations in the telecom space, this has led to operational synergies and process standardisation for both our postpaid retail and enterprise customers. It enables us to provide enhanced customer experience to our postpaid users,” said Vishant Vohra, Chief Technology Officer, Vodafone Idea Limited.

With this, the call centre agents will be able to solve the queries of customers and customers will get a 360-degree view on the insights provided by the customers. Furthermore, all the users will get real-time alerts and notifications for over-usage.

Meanwhile, Vodafone has introduced new eSIM support in India. The service is valid for Vodafone postpaid customers using eSIM compatible Apple devices including iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr. The service will be available soon on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold as well. The service is currently available in select circles Mumbai, Delhi, and Gujarat.

Themobileindian

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  DocStack app launched by IIT Delhi students as CamScanner alternative: Know details
Posted by: nairrk - 07-22-2020, 06:51 PM - Forum: Technology & Web Services - No Replies

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CamScanner was among the 59 Chinese apps that were recently banned in India due to security issues. The app has now got a new alternative called DocStack to fulfil the role it used to perform. The DocStack app has been developed by IIT Delhi students and takes forward the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat. Read on to know more about the new scanning app in India.

DocStack app: What is it, How to download?
The DocStack app allows you to scan documents such as bills, visiting cards, medical records, credit card bills, ID proofs, and even grocery bills with ease. It allows you with several saving options such as scanning, taking a photo, or directly taking pictures from the device's gallery. It comes with a Univeral Search that allows you to look for the scanned documents with great ease.

The app ensures the privacy and the security of the users and enables cloud storage so that all the data is stored on the cloud. Additionally, you can easily share your files via any messaging platform, mail and even AirDrop. The app also has a premium version for added features such as unlimited storage and better security that includes fingerprint scanning and face unlock. The free version allows for the storage of only 30 documents.

The DocStack app is currently available for only iOS users. In order to download it, you need to head to the App Store, Search for DocStack app in the Search section, tap on the app when it appears, and select the Install option to get it on your smartphone. There is no word on its availability for Android users but we can expect it soon.

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  Google brings Translate feature to JioPhone users via Assistant
Posted by: nairrk - 07-22-2020, 12:33 PM - Forum: Technology & Web Services - No Replies

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Google has introduced a new feature for JioPhone and other KaiOS users. The company is now offering Google Lens to help them translate using Google Assistant. “Today we are extending this capability to the millions of Google Assistant users on KaiOS devices in India,” Google said. Reports claim Jio has over 100 million JioPhone users in the country.

JioPhone users just have to long-press the center button to activate the Assistant on the phone’s screen. “Users can simply press the right soft key once within Assistant to access and use this feature,” the search giant adds. The feature is available for English and several Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, and Tamil. And it will soon offer support in Kannada and Gujarati.

KaiOS is the latest platform to support the Translate via Google Lens feature. Not that long back, Google brought support for its low-end Android Go operating system. And in addition to the JioPhone and JioPhone 2, we’re hoping that Nokia’s KaiOS-powered devices also get these new updates.

As you might already know, Google has invested in KaiOS last year, while Jio has been the strategic partner for the ecosystem. Because of this, JioPhone was the first to get Assistant, Maps, and YouTube support. And it’s likely that sooner than later, KaiOS could gradually integrate will millions of Android apps.

KaiOS and MediaTek partnership for India
Back in 2019, MediaTek and KaiOS Technologies had come together to build smart feature phones for emerging markets including India. In a press statement, MediaTek and KaiOS announced their collaboration to integrate a series of MediaTek chipsets to power 3G and 4G smart feature phone devices. As part of this collaboration, the KaiOS mobile operating system will now run on the 3G MT6572 platform, and MT6731, a newly announced platform that can support dual-4G SIM cards in mobile devices.

BGR

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  Ishwar TV and Network 10 channels added on Airtel Digital TV
Posted by: Sathish - 07-22-2020, 10:50 AM - Forum: Airtel Digital TV - Replies (1)

Ishwar TV and Network 10 channels added on Airtel Digital TV.

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1) Ishwar TV @ FREE (Airtel) 12341 H 43700 QPSK DVB-S2 3/4 ==>> (Type = "TV" Video Type = "H.264 Video" Audio Details = "3502-hin-AAC Audio" ECM IDs = "3508, 3514, 3515")
2) Network 10 @ FREE (Airtel) 12341 H 43700 QPSK DVB-S2 3/4 ==>> (Type = "TV" Video Type = "H.264 Video" Audio Details = "3522-hin-AAC Audio" ECM IDs = "3528, 3534, 3535")

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  PMT PID changed for News Nation channel on Sun Direct
Posted by: Sathish - 07-22-2020, 10:32 AM - Forum: Sun Direct - Replies (1)

PMT PID changed for News Nation channel on Sun Direct.

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1) News Nation (s) 12277 H 34001 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 PMTPID ("54"=>"62")

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  Tamilan TV channel removed from Videocon D2H
Posted by: Sathish - 07-22-2020, 10:27 AM - Forum: Videocon D2H - No Replies

Tamilan TV channel removed from Videocon D2H.

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1) Tamilan TV-Free (BBCL) 11672 H 44995 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 ==>> (Type = "TV" Video Type = "H.264 Video" Audio Details = "4882-tam-MPEG Audio" ECM IDs = "4886, 4888, 4889, 5779, 7468")

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  Cooking Offer channels added on Tata Sky DTH Services
Posted by: Sathish - 07-22-2020, 10:17 AM - Forum: Tata Sky - No Replies

Cooking Offer channels added on Tata Sky DTH Services.

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1) Cooking Offer (Unknown) 11090 H 32721 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 Channel Name("Bollywood Premiere"=>"Cooking Offer")
2) Cooking Offer (Unknown) 11170 H 32721 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 Channel Name("Fun Learn"=>"Cooking Offer")
3) Cooking Offer (Unknown) 11550 V 32721 8PSK DVB-S2 2/3 Channel Name("Classic Cinema"=>"Cooking Offer")
4) Tata Sky Cooking (Tata Sky Cooking) 11590 V 32721 8PSK DVB-S2 3/4 Provider Name ("Tata Sky Cooking @ Rs 59 pm"=>"Tata Sky Cooking")
5) Cooking Offer (Unknown) 11670 H 32721 8PSK DVB-S2 2/3 Channel Name("Hollywood Local"=>"Cooking Offer")

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  Netflix starts testing Rs 349 plan in India
Posted by: nairrk - 07-21-2020, 06:18 PM - Forum: Digital Streaming (IPTV) - No Replies

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Netflix is reported to be testing a new plan for its customers in India. The company is working to bring a new Rs 349 streaming plan for its users in the country.

As per a report by Android Pure, the company is currently testing a new Mobile+ HD plan in the country. The plan will be available for Rs 349 per month. Under this plan, users will be able watch Netflix on any smartphone, tablet or computer. However, the catch here is that you cannot watch the Netflix content on a Smart TV. Furthermore, the plan also offers HD streaming, however, only one device at a time can watch it.

To recall, the company offers three subscription plans including Basic, Standard HD and Premium Ultra HD. The Basic plan comes with a price tag of Rs 500, while the Standard HD pack is priced at Rs 650 and the Premium Ultra HD plan is available for Rs 800 per month.

Meanwhile, the company is offering free upgrades to Standard and Premium plans for its customers in India. The free upgrade offer is valid for 30 days in the country. The company is offering free upgrades from Basic to Standard and from Standard to Premium subscriptions for its customers.

With this, Netflix users who have a Basic plan will be promoted to Standard plan for 30 days at no additional charge. Similarly, Netflix customers who have a Standard plan will be upgraded to Premium plan at no additional cost. However, once the 30-day trial is over and the customer does not switch to the upgraded plan, he/she will be demoted to the current plan.

Themobileindian

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