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State-run BSNL has announced an exciting offer for all: Get one GB of data, just by downloading their app. 
Every BSNL user is eligible for this offer, and there are actually no rules.

How Will I Get The Free Data?

As soon as you download the app, BSNL will automatically credit 1 GB to your account. Now, it won’t be visible right away, but can be used once your base plan has exhausted the data.

For example, your Rs 171 per month plan gives 2 GB per day, and you happen you consume the data at 8 PM. In this case, this free 1 GB data will be applied to your account, and you can continue using data.

Regular alerts will inform you, when the backup data is consumed.

Get Free 1 GB By Downloading The New BSNL App (Read Shocking Reviews!)

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What Can I Do With The App?

As per the information available in the Google Playstore, users can perform these activities using the BSNL app:
  • Enquiry about postpaid bills.
  • Bill payments for postpaid service of GSM, CDMA, Landline and WiMax.
  • One-stop source to check all previous bill payments, and current bill.
  • Only Credit card, Debit card and Net banking facilities are available.
  • Top-ups and recharges for prepaid services can be availed.
  • Migration vouchers can be purchases.
  • International WIFI service for 44 thousand location across the world available

Reviews, Feedback?

The app was actually launched on October 25th, and has already 5 millon downloads. Hence, if you are a BSNL user, chances are high that you must have already downloaded it.

However, there are few negative reviews, about bugs and crashes. 

Here is the first review which is showing right now, posted on October 28th, with 67 upvotes.

“Something went wrong.. this is the error every time. When the private counterparts are offering full fledged app support. This app even not satisfying basis enquiries… & the strange thing is bsnl still expects profit after these poor service.. Please improve.”

BSNL’s reply is:

“pls mail the problem to mybsnlapp@bsnl.co.in

Overall, out of 75,766 ratings, the app has received 3.75.



If you have downloaded the app, then do share your experience with us, by commenting right here!

The Reliance Jio ‘Celebration Pack’ has been extended for some users offering up to 8GB daily data for free till November 30. The pack comes with a validity of 5 days and subscribers will get 2GB daily data for free. However, this pack is not available to all and is applicable to select users. You can check the same on the My Jio app.

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Reliance Jio had first announced the ‘Celebration Pack’ in September to mark the second anniversary of its entry in the Indian telecom market. The company had also partnered with Cadbury earlier to offer 1GB data free with purchase of every Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate. Previously, all Reliance Jio prepaid customers were offered an additional 2GB daily data as ‘gift’ for 4 consecutive days. The offer was valid till September 30 previously and is now extended to November 30 for some users.
Meanwhile, Reliance Jio recently announced Diwali 100% cashback offer for its users. Under the new plan, Reliance Jio is offering 100% cashback to its subscribers across a range of tariff plans.

The new offers introduced by the company are valid till November 30, 2018. However, the cashback coupons given to the users can be used till December 31, 2018. Those who opt for this plan will get cashback in the form of coupons. For Rs 1,699, the Reliance Jio users will get three vouchers of Rs 500 each and one voucher of Rs 200. The customers can use these coupons at any Reliance Digital or Reliance Digital Xpress Mini stores on a minimum purchase of Rs 5,000.

As part of this offer, the company has introduced a new plan with long validity. The service provider has rolled out a plan of Rs 1,699 which is an year long plan. Under the plan, the Reliance Jio users will get unlimited local and STD calling benefit with no FUP limit and 100 SMS per day.

The plan is valid for the period of 365 days and the subscribers will get a total of 547.5GB data in the plan. The data has a daily cap of 1.5GB. In case a user exhausts the daily data limit, then the speed of the internet will come down to 64kbps. Along with the data and calling benefit the users will also get free access to all the Jio Suite apps.

Jio Gigafiber broadband services were announced a couple of months back in India and after testing its FTTH services in the country for over two years now, Reliance Jio is all set to compete with the likes of Airtel V-fiber and BSNL broadband in the fiber-to-the-home industry. Just like its debut in the telecom sector, Reliance Jio is expected to completely disrupt the broadband segment as well with its affordable pricing and cheap cost of data.

In recent time, we have seen a huge increase in consumption of online video content and according to some reports, mobile video content expected to grow at 83 per cent CAGR over the next 5 years, it might be the right time for Jio GigaFiber services to debut with its affordable prices. On the other hand, it is worth noting that Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is currently the biggest broadband service provider in India while Airtel V-fiber has also been introduced by Bharti Airtel in the country.

Now, with Jio GigaFiber FTTH broadband services, the face of this industry is expected to change entirely and here we compare the prices or plans of Jio GigaFiber, Airtel V-fiber and BSNL Broadband, and see how Reliance Jio is planning to bring another revolution with its debut in the broadband industry.

io GigaFiber vs Airtel V-fiber vs BSNL Broadband: Plans, prices and data compared

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BSNL Broadband

BSNL has over 9.30 million users for its broadband services and offers up to 100Mbps speeds with 750GB of monthly data after which the speed is reduced to 2 Mbps. While this BSNL broadband plan is priced at Rs. 1,277 per month, there is also an Rs. 777 monthly plan from BSNL which comes with 500GB data at 50Mbps as well.

There are no activation or installation charges, however, you will have to pay a one-time security fee as well as ADSL WiFi Modem charges to get a BSNL broadband connection.

Airtel V-fiber

Airtel V-fiber or Airtel Broadband is the second largest player in the industry and operates on major Indian cities such as Delhi/NCR, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Pune and Indore, for now. Unlike BSNL, the availability of Airtel ‘V-Fiber’ is limited to these cities while the deployment was part of the company’s network transformation programme named ‘Project Leap’. 

Coming to the plans or prices of Airtel Broadband, there is an Airtel Rs 799 broadband plan which comes with 100GB of monthly data with up to 40Mbps of speeds as well as unlimited voice call benefits. There are also the Rs. 1,299 and Rs. 1,999 (Gurugram circle) plans which come with 500GB data at 100Mbps and unlimited data at 100Mbps speeds, respectively. Subscribers will also get a free router and Amazon prime subscription while Airtel V-fiber can be connected to a maximum of 10 devices.

Jio GigaFiber FTTH broadband

While the Jio GigaFiber FTTH broadband services were announced months back, there is no official word on its availability to the masses, however, Reliance Jio has partnered with Hathway and Den Networks for last mile connectivity and the Jio GigaFiber services are expected to launch soon in India.

That said, there is no official word on the official plan details as well, however, Reliance Jio has announced the Jio GigaFiber Preview Offer under which all new subscribers will get 100GB monthly data for the first three months at 100Mbps of speeds and once the monthly limit is exhausted, users will be able to avail additional data with a recharge from Jio.com. It has also been announced that for a new Jio GigaFiber connection, users will have to pay a refundable security deposit of Rs. 4,500 for the Jio GigaFiber router and the JioTV router.

As for Jio GigaFiber plans and prices, reports have suggested that Reliance Jio will launch its broadband plans starting from as low as Rs. 500.

Reliance Jio has completely disrupted the Indian telecommunication industry since its debut around two years back while forcing the likes of Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India to bring down the data as well as tariff costs. This has also given birth to a new segment of prepaid recharge packs often called as combo plans, under which, users get multiple benefits such as data, SMS, unlimited calls and more.

That said, it is worth noting that there is also a long-term validity segment under which Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone are offering around 84 days validity. While this is one of the most popular prepaid recharge segment in India, it usually comes with plans priced near the Rs. 300-mark. On the other hand, for users who are looking for a one-month validity period, the Rs. 200-mark suits them the best and here we take a look at the best prepaid recharge packs under Rs. 200 from Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid recharge packs under Rs. 200

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Reliance Jio Rs. 198 prepaid recharge plan 

This Rs. 198 prepaid from Reliance Jio comes with 2GB daily data and since it is valid for 28 days, users get 56GB of 4G high-speed data per month. Moreover, other benefits of this prepaid plan include unlimited local, STD and roaming calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day as well as a complimentary subscription to Jio’s own suite of apps.

Airtel Rs. 199 prepaid recharge plan

This Rs. 199 plan from Airtel offers 1.4GB of daily data and since it is valid for 28 days, users get 39.2GB of 4G high-speed data per month. Moreover, other benefits of this prepaid plan include unlimited local, STD and roaming calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day as well as a complimentary subscription Airtel TV, Wynk Music.

Vodafone Rs. 199 prepaid recharge plan

This Rs. 199 plan from Vodafone offers 1.4GB of daily data and since it is valid for 28 days, users get 39.2GB of 4G high-speed data per month. Moreover, other benefits of this prepaid plan include unlimited local, STD and roaming calls which are limited to 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week, 100 SMS per day (local).

It should be noted that Reliance Jio has another prepaid recharge pack under Rs. 200 which is priced at Rs. 149. It comes with 1.5GB of daily data while other benefits of this prepaid plan include unlimited local, STD and roaming calls without any FUP limit, 100 SMS per day as well as a complimentary subscription to Jio’s own suite of apps.

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Indian telcos have been fighting very hard to sustain in the competition since the introduction of Reliance Jio in India and while it has resulted in a major cut down in tariff as well as data prices in India. When it comes to the biggest competitors in the industry, people tend to debate on Airtel vs Vodafone vs Reliance Jio, as these are the top three players in the Indian telecommunications sector.

Here, we are going to compare the most popular prepaid recharge plans from Airtel, Vodafone India, and Reliance Jio under Rs. 300 since this has become the most popular as well as available prepaid recharge segment in India.

Airtel vs Vodafone vs Reliance Jio: Prepaid recharge plans under Rs. 300 compared

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Airtel Rs. 249 prepaid recharge plan

Airtel Rs. 249 prepaid recharge plan comes with a validity period of 28 days, unlimited local, STD and roaming calls on any network, 100 SMS per day, and 2GB of 4G data per day.

Vodafone Rs. 255 prepaid recharge plan

The Vodafone Rs. 255 prepaid recharge plan is just 6 rupees costlier than Airtel’s prepaid plan in this segment and comes with a validity period of 28 days, unlimited local, STD and roaming calls on any network, 100 SMS per day, access to live TV streaming on the Vodafone Play app and 2GB of 4G data per day.

Reliance Jio Rs. 199 prepaid recharge plan

As expected, Reliance Jio is offering the most affordable plan in the segment with the Jio Rs. 199 prepaid recharge plan which is Rs. 50 less than the Airtel plan and comes with a validity period of 28 days, unlimited local, STD and roaming calls on any network, 100 SMS per day, free subscription to Jio’s suite of apps and 2GB of 4G data per day.

Over the last few months, telecom operator Reliance Jio has been silent in the tariff department because it’s still offering the best prepaid plans in the industry and no other telco has been able to match it. After close to ten months, Reliance Jio has introduced a prepaid plan, but don’t get excited as it’s an annual plan, not a three-month or monthly prepaid plan. Jio has come up with an annual prepaid plan of Rs 1,699 taking the competition to a whole new level in the telecom industry. With the new prepaid plan, the telco is providing an excellent 1.5GB data per day, which takes the overall data benefit to 547.5GB for 365 days. Not only that, the telco has come up with a Diwali offer under which it’s offering 100% cashback to all the users on every prepaid plan.

BSNL has now launched a new prepaid plan of Rs 78 ahead of Diwali. That being said, it’s one of the best prepaid plans priced under Rs 100 from the state-run telco. BSNL is shipping a total of 20GB data along with unlimited voice calling with this prepaid plan. And the best part is the plan’s availability is across the 20 telecom circles where BSNL is operating.

Vodafone launched a couple of prepaid plans priced at Rs 511 and Rs 569 taking on Airtel and Reliance Jio’s offerings. With the Rs 511 prepaid plan, Vodafone is offering a whopping 168GB of 4G data and this plan takes on Airtel’s Rs 499 prepaid plan which also provides similar data benefit. The Rs 569 prepaid plan, on the other hand, takes on Airtel’s Rs 558 prepaid plan as both of them provides 3GB daily data for 84 days. Notably, both the Rs 511 and Rs 569 prepaid plans from Vodafone are valid across the countr.

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Jio Brings Yet Another Annual Prepaid Plan Taking Competition to a New Level

Jio Brings Yet Another Annual Prepaid Plan Taking Competition to a New Level

Reliance Jio Rs 1,699 Prepaid Recharge: Benefits and Details

Jio’s new prepaid recharge of Rs 1,699 offers benefits for 365 days from the date of recharge. This new plan from the telecom service provider provides 1.5GB of 4G data every day which takes the overall data benefit for 547.5GB. Jio users recharging with this plan can also enjoy unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit and 100 SMS per day for the same validity period.

Notably, this is the cheapest yearly prepaid plan launched by any 4G telecom service provider in the country right now. BSNL also come up with a similarly priced plan of Rs 1,699, but the telco is providing just 3G data benefit. And the data benefit offered by Reliance Jio is also acceptable for the most part.

Reliance Jio Diwali Offer: 100% Cashback on All the Prepaid Plans

Furthermore, Reliance Jio has come up with a Diwali offer under which the telco is offering 100% cashback on all the recharge value. Prepaid plans eligible for the cashback are: Rs 149, Rs 198, Rs 299, Rs 349, Rs 398, Rs 399, Rs 448, Rs 449, Rs 498, Rs 509, Rs 799, Rs 999, Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999, Rs 4,999 and Rs 9,999. Notably, all the prepaid plans priced above Rs 100 are eligible for the 100% cashback offer. For the users recharging with the newly launched Rs 1,699 prepaid plan, Jio will offer them three vouchers of Rs 500 worth and one voucher of Rs 200.

All these prepaid plans will receive 100% cashback voucher which can be redeemed across all the Reliance Digital stores on a minimum purchase of Rs 5,000. Do make a note that a user can not club two vouchers with one transaction. And the vouchers will expire on December 31, 2018.

In addition, you must know that some of the items on Reliance Digital Stores are not available for redemption using these vouchers. The items exempted from this offer are gift vouchers/gift cards of Cleartrip, KFC, Bookmyshow, Google Play and Google. Hard disks of Seagate, Western Digital, Sony and tables of Lenovo and Samsung are not applicable under this offer. Lastly, you can not purchase any phones of Samsung and Xiaomi using these vouchers.

Jio Crossed 250 Million Subscriber Base

Reliance Jio, the telecom arm of Reliance Industries Limited has amassed 250 million users in just 25 months after opening the services to the public. RIL made this announcement yesterday, and this new Diwali offer comes as a perfect announcement to celebrate the milestone.

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BSNL Ships 20GB Data and Unlimited Voice Calling With its New Entry-Level Prepaid Plan

BSNL Prepaid STV 78: Benefits and Validity

Moving onto the benefits offered by this new prepaid plan from BSNL, it offers unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit to any network within India. Notably, BSNL is offering voice calls even to the numbers located in Mumbai and Delhi circles. Furthermore, BSNL is touting unlimited video calling option with this prepaid plan which can be activated by sending an SMS to 123 as ‘STV COMBO78.’

And finally, we get to the data benefit. With its new Rs 78 prepaid plan, the telco is offering a total of 2GB data per day, post which users will get speeds of 80 Kbps. Anupam Shrivastava CMD BSNL said that on the “Occasion of Durga Puja, Dussehra and Diwali, STV-78 will suit to all and will enable them to be in touch with their family and friends during the festive season.”

The validity of the plan is ten days, meaning users will be able to enjoy high-speed data of up to 20GB.

BSNL Withdraws Existing Prepaid STV 78

For the unaware, BSNL is already offering an STV 78 for its prepaid users in various circles. After the introduction of new STV 78, BSNL has withdrawn the earlier available similar denomination prepaid plan. The withdrawal plan offers 2GB of data for a period of three days, but it was introduced long back before the entry of Reliance Jio. So BSNL has revised its Rs 78 plan to offer ten times data benefit than earlier, and it also added unlimited voice calling benefit to the pack.

BSNL Keeps on Taking Private Telecom Operators

In the last few weeks, there has been a shift towards voice-only plans with Vodafone and Airtel leading the way. But BSNL is following the footsteps of Jio as it continues to offer combo prepaid plans which offer equally better voice calling and data benefits. The newly launched STV 78 is a clear example. Vodafone has recently launched a prepaid plan of Rs 279 offering unlimited voice calls and 4GB data for 84 days. Then there’s a Rs 189 prepaid plan with unlimited voice calling and 2GB data for 56 days. BSNL is offering neither these plans, but the telco has its own set of plans which prove to be better than private telecom operators tariff plans.

Vodafone Rs 511 Prepaid Plan With 168GB Of 4G Data and Unlimited Calling Introduced to Take On Airtel

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Vodafone Rs 511 Prepaid Plan With 168GB Of 4G Data and Unlimited Calling Introduced to Take On Airtel

Vodafone Rs 569 and Rs 511 Prepaid Plans: Benefits and Details

Getting into the specifics, the all-new Rs 569 plan by Vodafone ships 3GB of 4G/3G data per day along with unlimited voice calls capped daily and weekly according to the FUP limit. There are also 100 SMS per day bundled in the pack. On the other hand, the Rs 511 plan gives 2GB of 4G/3G data per day combined with the usual unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day. The validity of both the plans is 84 days. The cap for voice calling has been set at 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week for these plans.

On the whole, Vodafone India is offering 252GB of 4G/3G data at just Rs 569 for 84 days, and the Rs 511 plan gives 168GB data for 84 days. Clearly, the Rs 569 plan is a better one even as it’s priced slightly higher.

Vodafone Continues to Sell Other Prepaid Plans of Rs 549 and Rs 509

Besides these new plans, Vodafone continues to sell its other prepaid plans of Rs 549 and Rs 509, offering 3.5GB data and 1.4GB data per day for 28 days and 90 days respectively. Like other Vodafone plans, these prepaid packs also come with 100 SMS per day along with unlimited calling benefits.

Vodafone Rs 569 vs Airtel Rs 558 Prepaid Plan

On the other hand, Airtel is also offering a prepaid plan of Rs 558 which gives a user 3GB data per day, unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day for a period of 82 days. While Vodafone is restricting the voice calls to 250 minutes per day, Airtel doesn’t have any such FUP limit on its voice calls.

In contrast, Reliance Jio has a Rs 448 prepaid plan that offers 2GB of 4G data per day benefit for 84 days, while the Rs 498 plan gives 2GB data per day benefit for 91 days.

Aforesaid, Vodafone India is still offering the Rs 549 and Rs 509 prepaid plans, which takes on Jio’s prepaid offerings. The Rs 549 prepaid plan is currently offering 3.5GB data per day benefit while the Rs 509 plan is providing users with 1.4GB data benefit per day. The Rs 549 plan is valid for 28 days whereas the Rs 509 plan is valid for 90 days.

Vodafone Beats Jio in the Data War

With the Rs 569 plan, Vodafone India has managed to beat Reliance Jio in the data war. With this plan, Vodafone has brought down the value of per GB to just Rs 2.25 and that’s a masterstroke from the country’ second largest telecom service provider. Vodafone might remove the Rs 549 prepaid plan anytime as the Rs 569 plan has been introduced as a pan-India plan.

For the past few months, I have been on a learning spree looking to enhance my existing coding skills and also learn new programming languages and frameworks. In this process, I have watched a countless number of video tutorials and online courses that pertain to programming and, specifically, web development.

In my quest to become a better developer, I’ve come across several awesome “teachers” who aren’t just excellent programmers but awesome educators and have the art of explaining complex and difficult concepts.

Learn Modern Web Programming with the Best Online Teachers
This is an attempt to highlight the best instructors on the Internet for JavaScript, React, Redux, Node.js, Firebase (database and storage), Docker, Google Golang, Typescript, Flutter (for mobile app development), Dart, Git, Webpack and Parcel bundler.

I’ve taken courses by every single instructor mentioned here (PDF) and recommend them highly.

The Most Awesome Online Teachers for Learning Web Development

The Most Awesome Online Teachers for Learning Web Development
The Most Awesome Online Teachers for Learning Web Development

Language / PlatformTeacher / Course
React.jsAndrew MeadMaximilian SchwarzmüllerStephen GriderRyan FlorenceScott TolinskiElijah ManorBrian HoltDave CeddiaKirupa Chinnathambi
Advanced JavaScript / ES6 / ES2017Anthony AliceaWes BosMark ZamoytaTyler McGinnis,  Mosh HamedaniKent C. DoddsKyle SimpsonKyle Robinson YoungBrandon MorelliCody Seibert
ReduxDan AbramovShaun PellingBucky RobertsCory House
Dart & FlutterMary Xia & Matt SullivanStephen GriderMaximilian SchwarzmüllerFilip & Emily Fortuna
Docker / KubernetesJake WrightStephen GriderJames Lee
Webpack / Parcel web bundlerAndrew MeadLawrence WhitesideSean LarkinPetr TichyBrad TraversyMax Schwarzmüller
Node.jsMaximilian SchwarzmüllerStephen GriderAndrew MeadAzat MardanAnthony AliceaSamer Buna
Git & GithubTrevor MillerAlex Garret-SmithTom Preson-WernerDaniel Shiffman
Go LanguageTodd McLeodStephen GriderDerek BanasJon CalhounHarrison Kinsley
TypeScriptTodd MottoJohn LidquistBasarat Ali SyedMarius Schulz
Firebase / FirestoreDavid EastDoug StevensonShaun PellingTodd KerpelmanSteve Kinney
Google Chrome Dev ToolsPaul IrishSurmaUmar HansaJon Kuperman
GraphQLAndrew MeadStephen Grider

Most of the hype about 5G wireless networks centers on faster data speeds for phones and laptops. But there's a whole range of internet-connected things out there that stand to also benefit from this faster, more robust connection of the future, perhaps none more so than tomorrow's cars. 

While the major US carriers will activate their 5G wireless networks in 2019, widespread automotive adoption is probably a few years away. But when 5G does hit the road, the benefits in cars will be similar to those for smartphones: bringing data into the car for passenger and driver consumption; and sending more data out at a faster rate. 
Faster, safer and more efficient: How 5G will change tomorrow's cars
Faster, safer and more efficient: How 5G will change tomorrow's cars

Faster, safer and more efficient: How 5G will change tomorrow's cars

Bringing the web on the road
More and more of today's modern cars boast some sort of local area Wi-Fi hotspot feature that allows passengers' mobile devices to share an onboard 4G LTE connection. LTE can be pretty fast, but it also can get bogged down when everyone in the car or nearby is using smartphones and tablets to stream music, video and data. That's where 5G comes in: Its manyfold increase in bandwidth and speed means that every seat in a seven-passenger SUV could stream a different HD (or 4K) Netflix show without breaking a sweat. OK, so the kids won't be watching the scenery on a car trip. But as they're glued to a screen, hopefully they won't ask, "How much longer?"

If you're a driver too busy keeping your eyes on the road, you can still see the benefits of 5G in the car. Automakers will be able to take advantage of that bandwidth to bring rich media and more information into the dashboard. For example, the Byton K-Byte concept's massive dashboard display is betting heavily on 5G to power its connected media, health monitoring and social tech. As more of the web seeps into the cockpit, automakers will follow.

Connecting the car to the web

A 5G connection works both ways, and there will be benefits to both the driver and the automaker from being able to draw more data out of the car, including better remote monitoring and faster remote control of autonomous cars.

If you've ever used a phone or smartwatch to remotely unlock your car, you'll know that the time between tapping the app and getting a response on the car can be anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes on 4G. There's a similar delay when, for example, you remotely request battery status on a plug-in hybrid. The reason for the lag is that both tasks require a lot of information to be sent over a wireless connection. But 5G will be a low-latency technology, meaning that it can process more information with little delay. The result is that in addition to a minor increase in convenience, 5G could mean that your phone replaces your key fob completely, allowing web-authenticated locking and unlocking that's less fiddly than NFC and more secure.

This will almost certainly become the case as alternative ownership models -- including car-sharing services, vehicle subscription services and corporate vehicle fleets -- begin to grow and cloud-based driver profiles allow drivers to move seamlessly from car to car. One day, you could park your Audi at LAX, land in New York and hop into another Audi, unlocking it with an app over 5G while instantly downloading your seating position, contacts and favorite playlists.
Faster, safer and more efficient: How 5G will change tomorrow's cars
Faster, safer and more efficient: How 5G will change tomorrow's cars

Every electric car is a connected car

More and more, the cars of the future will move toward electrification -- whether it's full-battery electrics or plug-in hybrids -- and almost every electrified car needs to be connected to the web in some way. There are just too many benefits for them not to be: from remotely monitoring battery levels and charging status to searching for charging stations and smart route planning. 5G promises to streamline today's sometimes clunky connections.

The same low-latency benefits mentioned above apply here. A 5G connection between the car, the web and your mobile device could allow more granular monitoring of battery level when, for example, you're plugged into a public charging station. Instantaneous updates could help you catch that annoying neighbor who keeps unplugging your EV in the act.

While on the road, a faster connection to infrastructure and traffic monitoring can help smart EVs plan efficient routes that maximize range. Meanwhile, more robust connections to charging networks could mean an end to arriving to a charging station only to find it occupied.

The road to autonomy

In the short term, autonomous vehicles will have to share the road with human drivers. So onboard processing will be more important to self-driving cars than cloud computing. They'll have to be able to react to unpredictable driving conditions, even in areas where connectivity isn't so great. However, that doesn't mean that there won't be any short-term benefits to 5G-connected self-driving cars.

Udelv, for example, is testing self-driving delivery vehicles in California. Per state law, a human "safety driver" is required during testing phase to aid in tricky situations like construction zones. Eventually, the startup hopes to use low-latency networks and remote safety drivers that can command the trucks from a central data center.

A 5G connection would, in theory, allow a few humans to monitor a fleet of autonomous trucks with the zero input lag that's necessary for safe remote control. No doubt autonomous tech companies like Waymo and Uber, automakers and other self-driving startups are eyeing 5G for this very reason.

The truly self-driving car and beyond

Looking further down the road to a day when truly self-driving cars are more widespread, 5G connectivity will begin to play a much larger role.

Autonomous cars that can communicate with each other (V2V) and the infrastructure (V2X) have the potential to pull off all sorts of neat tricks. Platooning, for example, allows self-driving car or trucks to move together in formation, reducing aerodynamic losses on the highway and drastically reducing traffic inefficiency in urban areas.

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The next time you're at a traffic light, watch how the cars start moving one after another when the light turns green and how much time is wasted waiting for (often distracted) drivers to react. Now imagine every car in a column taking off simultaneously the instant the light changes. This would only be possible with a no-lag connection between the cars and the traffic light, the sort of connection promised by 5G.

Meanwhile, every one of those autonomous cars will be packed to the gills with sensors -- cameras, radar, lidar and more -- collecting petabytes of data every day. Collecting even a fraction of that data is invaluable to improving everything from city planning to just making self-driving cars smarter through distributed computing, but doing so will require a beefy data connection.

From here to the future

From more efficient and entertaining commuting to smarter self-driving cars, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Below the surface are the trucking industry, fleet management, logistics companies and mega retailers, all busy brainstorming ways that big data -- perhaps backed by robust 5G wireless connectivity or whatever lies beyond -- can change the way we move people and goods around the world and into the future.

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Jio Cashback Offer Now Gives Up to 200 Percent Benefits on Rs. 398 Recharge
Jio cashbacks don't seem to be ending any time soon as the company has launched another such offer for its Prime customers. The new Jio offer is applicable on recharges of Rs. 398 and above, and will give benefits of up to Rs. 799 in the form of recharge vouchers and wallet cashbacks. Compared to the last cashback offer by the company, the current one gives benefits worth Rs. 99 more, with an increase in the maximum wallet cashback. The ongoing Jio cashback offer will run till February 15, 2018. As with the previous Jio cashback offers, customers will get eight vouchers of Rs. 50 on recharges of Rs. 398, totalling benefits of Rs. 400.
The vouchers can be used to deduct Rs. 50 from the recharge value while purchasing a prepaid pack in the future. The remaining Rs. 399 will be provided to the consumer in the form of wallet cashbacks. Customers will get cashbacks of varying value from MobiKwik, Paytm, Amazon Pay, PhonePe, Freecharge, and Axis Pay. Those using MobiKwik wallet to make the payment for the recharge of Rs. 398 or above will also get a hotel voucher of up to Rs. 2,500, while Paytm users will receive 50 percent cashback on first time movie ticket booking (up to Rs. 150).
1. Partner MobiKwik, Cashback for new users Rs. 399 (Code - JIOFULL), Cashback for existing users Rs. 399 (Code - JIOFULL)
2. Partner Amazon Pay, Cashback for new users Rs. 50, Cashback for existing users Rs. 50
3. Partner Axis Pay, Cashback for new users Rs. 100, Cashback for existing users Rs. 30
4. Partner PhonePe, Cashback for new users Rs. 75, Cashback for existing users Rs. 30
5. Partner Paytm, Cashback for new users Rs. 50 (Code - NEWJIO), Cashback for existing users Rs. 20 (Code - PAYTMJIO)
6. Partner Freecharge, Cashback for new users Rs. 50 (Code - 50JIO, Cashback for existing users) Rs. 20 (Code - PAYTMJIO)
Both the vouchers and the wallet cashback can be redeemed immediately. As was the case with the last cashback offer, Jio is not giving any discounts on online shopping this time around either. The online shopping discounts offered by the company accounted for a huge chunk of the benefits it provided the customer in the December cashback offer, before they were discontinued. This is the fourth consecutive Jio cashback offer for prepaid users since October, and comes soon after the company raises the daily data allocations on recharge packs between Rs. 149 and Rs. 799 by up to 2GB per day.

Telecom operators are focusing heavily on adding more and more prepaid users by luring them with attractive offerings. However, operators also want to keep their ARPU in check and it comes from their postpaid users itself. To keep up with the competition and to unify its postpaid offerings with Vodafone, Idea Cellular has revised its Nirvana range of postpaid plans to offer double data benefit. In the process, the telco has removed the existing Rs 389 postpaid plan and introduced a new Rs 399 plan with double data benefit. Idea Cellular is shipping a total of 40GB data with its newly launched Rs 399 postpaid plan. Also, the plan comes with data carry forward functionality but a user can accumulate up to 200GB data. In total, Idea Cellular is offering seven postpaid plans of Rs 399, Rs 499, Rs 999, Rs 1,299, Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999. All the plans now comes with Data Carry Forward option.

Idea Cellular Rs 399 Postpaid Plan Now Ships With 40GB Data and Carry Forward Option

Idea Cellular Rs 399 Postpaid Plan Now Ships With 40GB Data and Carry Forward Option
Idea Cellular Rs 399 Postpaid Plan Now Ships With 40GB Data and Carry Forward Option

Idea Cellular Rs 399 Nirvana Plan Benefits

Starting with the Rs 399 Nirvana Plan, it’s Idea’s cheapest plan right now. Earlier, Idea Cellular offered a Rs 389 plan, however, the same plan has now been bumped to Rs 399 with improved data benefit. Moving onto the benefits offered by the new Rs 399 Nirvana plan, users will get a total of 40GB 2G/3G/4G data, unlimited voice calls valid within India without any FUP limit and 100 SMS per day which works even on roaming. Do make a note that users will be able to carry forward a total of 200GB with this Rs 399 Nirvana plan. To recall, the Rs 389 postpaid plan offered 20GB of data every month with the same 200GB carry forward feature.

Idea Cellular Rs 499 Nirvana Plan Benefits

Next on the list, we have the Rs 499 Nirvana Plan which now gives a total of 75GB, up from the earlier 40GB data benefit. The plan also offers unlimited local, STD and national roaming voice calling and 100 SMS per day which even work on roaming. Same as the Rs 399 plan, a user can accumulate up to a maximum of 200GB with the data carry forward feature.

Idea Cellular Rs 999 Nirvana Plan Benefits

Moving on, we have the Rs 999 Nirvana Plan, which also offers better benefits than earlier. A user will now get 100GB of data with this Rs 999 Nirvana plan with a carry forward option of up to 200GB. Alongside, Idea is also providing free unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS per rental with this plan.

Idea Cellular Rs 1,299 Nirvana Plan Benefits

Lastly, we have the Rs 1,299 Nirvana Plan offering a total of 125GB data benefit every rental with the data carry forward option of up to 200GB. Users will also be able to enjoy unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day during the rental period. The Rs 1,299 Nirvana plan also provides a user free 100 minutes of international calling to the USA, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand on specific codes. The other three Nirvana plans will not offer free international roaming benefit. Idea Cellular also has three more postpaid plans of Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999 offering data benefit of 150GB, 200GB and 300GB respectively. All the three plans allows users to carry forward data up to 500GB.

Idea Also Offers Idea Phone Secure, Idea Select Membership to the Users

Not only the calling, data and SMS benefits, Idea Nirvana plans offer much more. Firstly, Idea is providing Idea Phone Secure subscription to users with Rs 499 postpaid plan or above. With Idea Phone Secure, the telco is providing anti-theft, antivirus & damage protection for your device and much more security features. Idea Cellular users will receive four months of free Idea Phone Secure subscription.

Coming to the Idea Select Membership, it’s a priority access membership that will be provided at Idea Stores and call centres. Users will also get exclusive deals and promotions on My Idea app. Idea Select Membership will be available for free subscription on plan rentals above Rs 499.

Idea Postpaid Users Will Get Free Subscription of Idea’s Digital Content Services

For those who’re unaware, Idea Cellular is also into the content game with services such as Idea Movies & TV and Idea Music. All the Nirvana postpaid users will get free 12 months of Idea Movies & TV and Idea Music membership. And the company will also offer free Magazines on My Idea application.

While we have already seen a lot of offers from phone manufacturers with Diwali drawing closer, the telecom operators are also not far behind when it comes to launching new offers and plans for luring in the consumers. With the festival around the corner, telcos have already started rolling out plans which offer very attractive data benefits along with free calling and bundled SMS. Some of these Diwali festive offer plans include a 10-day plan from state-run telco Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) which will be valid till the end of Diwali, whereas Reliance Jio has also introduced a new Jio Diwali Offer plan which comes with 365 days validity. Below we have listed the best plans which the telcos are offering ahead of Diwali.

New Prepaid Plans Offered by Top Telcos This Diwali Across Every Price Range

New Prepaid Plans Offered by Top Telcos This Diwali Across Every Price Range
New Prepaid Plans Offered by Top Telcos This Diwali Across Every Price Range

BSNL Rs 78 Prepaid Plan

BSNL had introduced the Rs 78 festive season offer in Navratri, and the offer is ongoing till now and will end with the festive season. This plan by BSNL offers free unlimited calling, unlimited data and unlimited video calling benefits to the subscribers. Subscribers of this plan will be able to redeem the video quality benefits across apps or services as the BSNL plan comes with FUP as well. Another thing to note with this plan is that it won’t be offering any free SMS benefits meaning that the SMS sent by the subscribers of Rs 78 plan will incur regular charges. The plan comes with a validity of 10 days. Furthermore to lure the users, the state-run telco also introduced a couple of annual prepaid plans of Rs 1,699 and Rs 2,099 with 2GB and 4GB daily data benefit.

Reliance Jio Diwali Offer

Reliance Jio is also marching ahead and has brought a new Diwali offer for the subscribers. Under this offer, Reliance Jio is offering a year-long validity plan for Rs 1,699 which is providing a total of 547GB 4G data for 365 days with free unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day benefit. The daily data in this plan is 1.5GB, meaning that subscribers will have 1.5GB data per day in their quota after spending which, they will be able to browse the internet at 64Kbps. People buying this plan will also get 100% cashback coupon from Reliance Jio in their account.

Vodafone and Airtel Diwali Offer Prepaid Plans

Vodafone has debuted the latest Rs 597 plan in its portfolio which is specially targeted to the feature phone users instead of smartphone users. Under this plan, prepaid subscribers will get 10GB data, unlimited calling benefits and 100 SMS daily. However, subscribers should note that there will be a daily and weekly cap on calling with 250 minutes and 1000 minutes respectively.

This plan will grant 168 days validity to the feature phone users, whereas it will only be valid for 112 days for smartphone users. It’s noteworthy that Airtel also ships a Rs 597 prepaid plan under which it offers unlimited calling along with FUP, and it provides the same data benefits. This plan by Airtel comes with a 114 days validity.

Moving onto Bharti Airtel, the telco has introduced an open market recharge of Rs 289 under which it’s giving benefits of unlimited voice calling and 4GB data for 48 days. While this plan is valid for 48 days for every prepaid user, some users are getting the same benefits for 84 days.

In the past few days, the news of Reliance Jio buying a substantial stake in the two most prominent cable companies of India, DEN Networks and Hathway cable have been circling the internet. It is no doubt that this buyout of the companies has positioned Reliance Jio much more advantageously as compared to its closest competitor Bharti Airtel when it comes to Direct to Home (DTH) services. It’s worth noting that after this move, Reliance Jio has gained direct access to 24 million subscribers of these two cable companies combined. Swiss brokerage firm, Credit Suisse also issued a note, which was spotted by ET clarifying that Reliance Jio GigaFiber will indeed be surpassing Bharti Airtel in terms of accessibility of customers after this buyout.

Reliance Jio GigaFiber to Overshadow Bharti Airtel by a Massive Gap in DTH Segment

Reliance Jio GigaFiber to Overshadow Bharti Airtel by a Massive Gap in DTH Segment
Reliance Jio GigaFiber to Overshadow Bharti Airtel by a Massive Gap in DTH Segment

Reliance Jio Races Ahead of Airtel In DTH

Even before the rollout of services in the country, the Mukesh Ambani led telco has gained significant margin over Bharti Airtel in terms of reachability to the consumer. While Bharti Airtel has access to only 2 million homes across the nation, Reliance Jio now boasts of having access to 24 million subscribers owing to its recent buyout of DEN Networks and Hathway Cable. Reliance Jio has also opened registrations for its service since August 15 and has invested a total of Rs 5,230 crore in both of these companies. Although it’s evident that Airtel is not just going to sit back, and the telco has likely plans to strike back in the market, the major lead that Reliance Jio has over Bharti Airtel tells us that we will see many more homes adapt to Reliance Jio’s new GigaFiber service than Bharti Airtel. The challenge, right now, for the telco is to upgrade these subscribers from cable connections, or fixed line connections to FTTH service.

On the other hand, the Sunil Bharti Mittal led telco is not planning to remain mum. The telco plans to add 10 million more subscribers to its existing base by 2021 across 100 cities. In the year 2018 and 2019, Airtel will spend approximately Rs 24,000 crore only for its DTH business to expand operations rapidly.

Reliance Jio Will Have Better Offerings

Given that Reliance Jio is being backed by its massive subscriber base of 250 million Jio 4G customers, the telco is going to have the upper hand when it comes to striking deals with the content broadcasters. Also, Reliance Jio’s portfolio of content distribution applications like Jio Mags, Jio TV, Jio Cinema, Jio Music, Jio NewsPaper and Jio Cloud make it one of the most strong candidates for receiving the attention of content broadcasters. Further, Reliance Jio is likely to take the support of free services in the initial days as it did for Jio 4G to amass subscribers at a fast rate. Looking at all of these factors, Reliance Jio will stand ahead of Bharti Airtel when it is about service integrations and offerings. Further, ET’s report on Kotak Institutional Equities’s statement made it clear that it will be a tough climb for Airtel against Reliance Jio, however, TataSky is expected to have it much worse.

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