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Now Watch Video Offline Through JioCinema Movies TV App

From the launch of Reliance Jio Welcome Offer back in the month of September 2016, the company is always in the news for the latest announcements. Reliance Jio Infocomm launched JioCinema Movies TV App which includes TV shows, Music Videos, Trailers of movies and much more in multiple Indian languages.

The company claims it has taken over 1 lakh hours of watching when all the content in the app put together. Reliance Jio announced that the users can now download all the content. This means, you can download your favourite movies or any other videos from the library for instance and you can watch them offline.

Idea Cellular Announces Idea Movie Club, Music Lounge, and Idea Game Spark Apps

Through JioCinema Movies TV App, users can resume watching a movie or a show, and you can continue exactly where you stopped or resumed. Moreover, it also suggests the personalised movie recommendations so that you can never miss out a movie which is worth watching. Users can also look for the editors pick as the same.

Furthermore, the app also allows you to smart download the videos. Users can schedule their download for Jio Happy Hours, i.e., between 2 AM to 5 AM so that you won’t charge for downloading the content. In this case, people can no need to worry about paying money for extra usage if the data limit exceeded.

Reliance Jio plans to charge Rs. 100 for data and voice services after 31st March

Apart from these updates, the latest update also brings a few bug fixes which improve the overall experience. Recently the Idea Cellular unveiled three new apps namely Idea Movie Club, Idea Music Lounge and Idea Game Spark. To compete against its rival Reliance Jio, the Idea Cellular launched as a part of Digital Idea Apps suite.

In the Path of Reliance Jio now Idea Cellular Launches their Movie Streaming App Idea Movie Club

As you, all know how the Reliance got success with the Jio network in the Indian Telecom Market. On considering this huge market and revenue share with the content. Finally, Idea Cellular come up with a similar thought and is set to launch their video streaming service called Idea Movie Club.

The company starts this new service for their customers which is similar to the Reliance Jio service. The other operators are offering the similar services from some time but this is the latest move by the Idea Cellular indicates that they are not willing to be limited to the being a connectivity provider further.

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Reliance Jio has built and developed their application ecosystem which is much more mature than the other operators like Bharti Airtel and Vodafone.

The advantage of the application is another reason why people are getting attracted to the Reliance Jio. Now in this situation, Idea is the third largest operator who is now serious about the offering the content through their application, and now the company is taking another move to leap in building the apps for tap data and the content market.

For offering these content and movies Idea has partnered with the EROS and also tie up with the other content providers soon for adding more content into their database or library. This latest streaming mobile application is named with Idea Movie Club which is currently in the beta version, and the customer of Idea Cellular can get the access the content with the zero of cost. After the launch of the application, they might charge for it.

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Although the top and famous operators have already moved towards in providing the content data service and now Indian operators are following the similar track for increasing the usage of data. However, Jio is only offering the variety content over its network. But the other operators would improve and develop their applications to match them.

The plan provided by the Reliance Jio is killing the revenue of the other operators, and now strategically Idea Cellular is looking forward to increasing their market which might help in boosting their data revenues as well.

Leading telecom companies cut their tariffs in the price war with Reliance Jio 4G

Reliance Jio 4G became a matter of key concern for its competitors to reduce the prices for voice calls and data services. With the very low prices, Reliance Jio preview offer has lead to a price war in the telecom sector.

Reliance Communications Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced the commercial launch of Reliance Jio 4G services on 5 September. The recently released tariff plans ensure the lowest rates for voice calls and data post its free offer.

AMAZING: Reliance Jio Announced the World’s Cheapest Data Tariff Plan

Reliance hopes this will credit benefit to people across India and boosts the company network and revenue as well. Jio announced 10 data tariff plans ranging from Rs. 19 per day to Rs. 4999 a month. Company’s also announced the lowest data plan in the world which is Rs. 50 per GB.

It is reported that the leading cellular companies like Idea Cellular, Bharti Airtel Ltd, and Reliance Communications Ltd combined had lost Rs 13, 165.55 crores in market value on Thursday. The reason behind this is the bold decision on low prices by Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL).

Reliance Jio to Launch Network Tracker

Since the announcement of low prices the Sensex of the leading mobile companies reportedly fell. Idea Cellular ended at Rs 83.70, down 10.5%, Bharti Airtel fell 6.4% to close at Rs.310.70, and Reliance Communications fell 8.81% to Rs 49.15 on a day.

“We Indians have come to appreciate and applaud Gandhigiri; now we can all do Datagirl, which is an opportunity for every Indian to do unlimited good things, with unlimited data,” says, Ambani to the shareholders at Reliance Annual General Meeting on Thursday.

Jio does Apple, people throng Reliance Stores for free 4G test SIM

Ahead of its launch, Reliance Jio 4G offered free voice calls to any network and very low data rates to its consumers. The company also proclaimed that the subscribers could avail the Jio’s Bouquet of services till 31 December for free.

Reliance Jio has become the worst nightmare of losing their customers to other telecom companies. With the Jio’s aggressive move, Bharati Airtel, Idea, Vodafone has cut down their tariffs plans to hold their customers.

Airtel launches ‘myPlan Infinity’ with unlimited calling for Post-Paid Customers

Bharti Airtel had introduced two new plans to its ‘myPlan Infinity ‘ for Post-paid users. According to the new plans, For Rs.1, 199 it offers unlimited voice calls - Local, STD and calls on National Roaming. The new plan is bundled with 1GB 3G/4G data along with Free 100 SMS per day and unlimited access to Wynk Music and Movies.

To be in the 4G race and to withstand fierce competition from Reliance Jio, Airtel is trying its best. As a part of it, India’s largest Telecom Company Airtel, along with all the telecoms like Vodafone, and Idea had reduced their 4G data tariff up to a large extent. The newly launched myPlan offer for Post-paid users is a major step taken by Airtel in seeking the attention of Post-paid users.

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For Rs 1,599 plan, it offers unlimited voice calls - Local, STD and calls on National Roaming. The new plan is bundled with 5GB 3G/4G data along with Free 100 SMS per day and unlimited access to Wynk Music and Movies

When compared with the existing Rs. 1999 and Rs. 2999 myPlan Infinity plans the newly introduced plans are cheaper and affordable. Airtel had launched the myPlan offer in 2015 exclusively for their Post-paid users. Data used after the completion of the data quota will be charged at 50ps/MB.

Govt Imposed a Fine of Rs 2,313 Cr on Telecom Companies for Violating Verification Norms

Ajai Puri, Director – Operations (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel Stated that “With ‘myPlan Infinity’ we are making voice calls free for our customers and offering them the flexibility to combine this benefit with their individual data requirements. With the new price points, we have made the proposition even more affordable, and this will benefit customers with very heavy voice usage.

Benefits Plan Cost in INR
Data quota (3G/4G)
1199 1599 1999 2999
1GB 5GB 10GB 20GB
Voice Unlimited Local calls + STD + Roaming
SMS 100 per day (FREE)
Wynk Music offer Unlimited
Wynk Movies offer Unlimited movies

Govt Imposed a Fine of Rs 2,313 Cr on Telecom Companies for Violating Verification Norms

BSNL tops the list of rule breaker telecom companies

The government of India imposed a fine of Rs 2,313 crore on telecom service providers for violating subscriber verification norms. The penalty has been imposed till 31st may 2016.

TRAI has given highest priority to the verification of telecom subscribers.The telecom authority has repeatedly been giving guidelines for subscriber verification, as a mandatory requirement to activate the SIM. In spite of stringent rules, telecom departments continue to break the rules.This time, the authorities has taken it seriously by imposing a Fine.

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In response to a query the action taken for violating verification norms by telecom operators, Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said “For all cases of non-compliant CAFs (Customer Acquisition Form), TERM Cells (Telecom Enforcement, Resource and Monitoring Cell) have taken actions which include imposition of penalty on non-compliant CAFs and filing of complaints/FIRs against apparently forged cases as per guidelines issued from time to time,”

As per the data shared by the minister, shockingly the state-owned BSNL tops the penalty list with Rs 583.09 crore, followed by Rs 377.51 crore on Reliance Communications, Rs 328.15 crore Tata Teleservices, Rs 300.34 crore Airtel, Rs 285.62 crore Vodafone, Rs 218.04 crore Idea Cellular, Rs 108.82 crore Aircel and Rs 53.14 crore on MTS.

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• BSNL: Rs 583.09 crore
• Reliance Communications: Rs 377.51 crore
• Tata Teleservices: Rs 328.15 crore
• Airtel: Rs 300.34 crore
• Vodafone: Rs 285.62 crore
• Idea Cellular: Rs 218.04 crore
• Aircel: Rs 108.82 crore
• MTS: Rs 53.14 crore

Unregistered mobile numbers can be a lethal weapon of destruction in cases of terrorism and kidnapping.Authorities cannot trace those sim cards without registration. Hence they are taking the advantage.

Recently Mumbai police exposed a gang which stayed clear of police as they were using SIM cards of UP, which were not verified.Similar issues are creating problems in Meghalaya spreading terror and fear using re-activated SIM cards. Delhi police have asked TRAI to impose a fine on those operators who issue SIM cards without verification.