13 Jan 2017

shahid khan

Best Prepaid Plan Offer in 2017

Best Prepaid Plan Offers in 2017


We all know how Reliance Jio 4G brought the revolution in the telecom sector. Jio literally created the storm for the rest of the telecom companies in India and the storm is still going on. Considering the Jio free plans big telecom companies like Vodafone and Airtel also stepped in the arena to give a tough competition to Jio. Not only Airtel and Vodafone are affected but also the other telecom companies like Idea, Aircel, BSNL etc were affected too. In order to survive the Jio storm, other companies had to come up with something cheaper that’s why Airtel and Vodafone launched their special 4G plans. Airtel came up with infinity plan whereas Vodafone introduced double data plan with free calls, sms and extra data benefit.

With all these new special plans coming from different mobile operator one thing is for sure that the customer is the one who is going to enjoy these benefits provided you chose the right prepaid plan. We have sorted out the various prepaid plains from different mobile operator; all you want to do is look into it and choose the best plan suited to your pocket:


Prepaid Plans Under 150

Operator
Packs
Data (Mb/Gb)
Days
Voice Call
SMS
Jio
19
100 Mb
1
Unlimited
Unlimited
Vodafone
11
45 Mb
1
-
-
Airtel
11
45 Mb

1
-
-






Jio
129
750 Mb
7
Unlimited
Unlimited
Airtel
121
1 Gb
28
-
-




-
-
Aircel
148
1 Gb (60 days)
90
A to A (Unlimited)
A to O
(15,000 sec)




         Prepaid Plans above 299

            Prepaid Plans above 499 


Prepaid Plans above 999 
For most of the plans, Jio seems dominating as it is offering free calls and sms service to its customers but that is not it. Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, Aircel are trying their best to provide best plans to the customers and regain their hold on the telecom market again. Jio’s happy New Year offer is going to end in March so until then mobile operators are leaving no stones unturned to attract the customers with their plans.  

                        Also read: Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS)
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11 Jan 2017

Rishabh Tripathi

Impact Of UPI On Digital Wallets

India being home to the second largest smartphone user base in the world is poised to thrive towards a healthy , digital economy and the top contributors for this paperless and cashless economy are the various digital options available likes of debit/credit card transactions , net banking and the biggest players of this game the digital wallets.
But the governments recent move on Unified Payment Interface ( UPI ) has created a lot of  hustle around the digital wallets company and their are talks that the UPI will disrupt the business of digital wallets and make them redundant. While what far reaching effects will this have on digital wallets and payment structure in the country is a matter of time but we can surely analyse the situation from a logical viewpoint.

How Will UPI Effect Digital Wallets ?

1. Simple Authorisation interface.

Users will benefit from not having to enter cumbersome details such as card numbers, MMIDs or net banking customer IDs at multiple touch points. Instead, all they need to do is enter their billing details - currently envisioned as a unique virtual payment address for every consumer - to get a billing request on their phone, which they can then accept to complete the transactions. Merchants and retailers, on the other hand, no longer have to worry about investing in costly POS machines and payment.

2. Enhanced Security Aspect Of Digital Payments.

Now one of the main reasons why digital payments and transactions took so long to pick up in India is the users concern over disclosing and entering their confidential financial information over the online transactions such as credit/debit card details etc. With UPI, there remains a two-step verification process, which sharply increases the security of a transaction by upto 25% . However, rather than having an overly complex, and time-consuming process, this new process uses only a verified mobile number accompanied by a mobile PIN. 
3. Banks Backing On UPI.

One of the major feets of the UPI is that its been backed by banks. As of now UPI is being used by 29 banks in India. Now digital wallets can be operational and hold power only when a bank decides to use them . So it could be a total disaster for the digital wallets if the more and more banks decides to use UPI over the digital wallets.

4. Financial Inclusion

Another benefit that UPI has over digital wallets is that it covers more number and greater range of companies, financial entities and organization . Most of the government organizations will surely choose UPI over the digital wallets and this will again be a matter of concern if such a thing happens.


Now time will tell who will be at the receiving end by introduction of UPI . But every coin has two sides. There are some of the concerns over the UPI too that can benefit digital wallets.

Backdrops Of UPI That Can Benefit Digital Wallets. 

First of all bringing about such a change will not be a smooth sailing process. The major challenge lies in transforming customer behaviour. Finding a standardisation across mobile banking platforms and giving customers a seamless experience is going to be key to the success of UPI. Integrating leading banking and other financial institutions with such payments gateways will be tricky and time consuming. 
Another aspect to be included and considered in the UPI framework is of refund.Also UPI service will is available to only those who are in possession of a bank account so now making such a huge population have a bank account and then integrating with the UPI is a daunting task.Given the challenges facing it, the vision of a truly ubiquitous, holistic UPI infrastructure is still some way off from becoming a tangible reality. It will require a truly collaborative effort across banks, payment companies and fintech organisations to make this work. 

Now whatever be the outcome but UPI is a major forward step in digitalising  India and a cashless India. There is no doubt that in coming future with more integration with fintech organisations this step will be a major driver in developing a digitally led business ecosystem.




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shahid khan

Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS)

Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS)


Aadhaar Enabled Payment System AEPS is another initiative from the Government to promote cashless economy and digit banking. AEPS is an NCPI (NPCI deals with switching, clearing and settlement of your transactions) initiative that allows the bank customer to get money from their bank account. AEPS comes with several advantages that are worth noticing.




Following are the features of AEPS:

* You do not have to do the signature on papers or use debit cards to withdraw    money.

* You do not need to visit the bank for withdrawal of your money.

How exactly do you get money from AEPS?




You must be wondering how AEPS can help you in withdrawing money without even using your card and visiting the bank. Well, Aadhaar card makes it easy for you. All you need to do is link your Aadhaar card to your bank account. Once your Aadhaar card is linked with Your bank account you can enjoy the services of AEPS.
All financial and nonfinancial transactions are done through banking correspondent who reaches out to you with the micro POS and confirms your Aadhaar detail by UIDAI ( to authenticate your fingerprint)and let you perform the transactions.

Additional benefits of AEPS



* AEPS saves your valuable time as it process fast transactions.

* AEPS is secure, linked to your Aadhaar card, which is itself a unique identification consists of your fingerprint and iris image.

What makes you eligible for AEPS?

  •  You should have an Aadhaar card.
  •  Your Aadhaar card number must be linked with Your bank account.
  •  While making transactions through AEPS you must enter your Aadhaar number, Bank name or IIN and fingerprint.


Services offered by AEPS system


* It lets the user check their balance in their bank account.

* It lets you withdraw and deposit your money.

* With AEPS, you can use Aadhaar to Aadhaar fund transfer service.

* AEPS is beneficial for all especially for the rural people as there are hardly any banking facilities  available over there. Besides, it is time saver and saves your transportation costs.

* AEPS is a doorstep service, which makes you feel like an ATM visiting your doorstep.

              Also Read : Making Money through Social Media with Famebit
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shahid khan

10 Most Strangest Jobs In The World

10 Most unusual Jobs In The World

People often complain about how they are not enjoying their jobs, how fed up they are with their same boring routine and how less salary they are getting from their jobs. Sometimes we feel we are so unsatisfied with their jobs that we want to quit our jobs and unsurprisingly this feeling occurs to most of the wage earner no matter you are salesperson, shopkeeper, Government employee or an IT engineer. You might be surprised if I tell you how lucky you are to have such secure, dignified and comfortable jobs and the reason why I am telling you is that many people don’t have the luxury to enjoy the comfortable and easy jobs like most of the people.

Below are some strangest jobs in the world that might give you Goosebumps if you thought of doing that job yourself: 

Unskilled workers in Central and southern Asia


These people are illiterate and they do heavy work to earn money and feed themselves.

 Mounting high-voltage electricity cables

It is one of the dangerous jobs as the risk involved to life security is at high. These people are trained professionals to do such jobs.


Working in the tall mountains

  These people cut mountains and build roads in the mountains.  It also involves larger  risks.

   Working in Mines
Hundreds of people die every year during mining. Workers employed in mines (mainly coal) are likely to suffer from various health issues like air breathing.

Cleaning drainage system


Cleaning drains is not a respectful job in India; they have to clean sewers and drainage.

Labors in oil extraction companies


Oil extraction zones are highly vulnerable places as this job involves petroleum. Therefore, you can think how challenging and dangerous it could be.

Firefighters


These people are real life heroes as they safe life and property from fire but what about their own life; they put their life in danger so that they can save others.
  

Workers involved in salt processing in India


Salt is an important part of our meal but you will be shocked after knowing where it came from , how its processing and packaging takes place. People involved in salt refinery and packaging generally suffer from various types of health problems.

Window washing of a skyscraper


Everybody likes a shining building but it really takes guts to make the building keep shining. Washing windows is another challenging and risky job where the window cleaner has to work on the skyscraper to clean the windows.

 Diamond searching labors in Africa


Africa is an abundant source of diamonds and many poor African labours employed to search for diamonds in the mud in which they have to put lots of physical effort to find a diamond from digging inside the ground.









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10 Jan 2017

shahid khan

Making Money through Social Media with Famebit

Making Money through Social Media with Famebit


You may have read a number of articles related how to make money online through affiliate marketing or other online money earning methods. Today you are going to learn one of the simply best methods through which you can make a very handsome amount of money. All you need to have is Social media account, (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram etc, FameBit and Sponsorship from Brands.


Let me tell you in short how it works:
The prime necessity is having a social media account (preferably Twitter, Facebook or YouTube) with at least 1000 followers. Next thing is reaching brands using Famebit and getting sponsorship from various brands dealing in fashion, gadgets, beauty and Food products etc. Once you have got the sponsorship you can sponsor the products of the brand on your social media network. You could earn up to $10,000.



All you need to know about Famebit

Famebit is a network which connects you (social media influencer) with the brands. Famebit is itself a social networking site that helps you in reaching with various brands and getting sponsorship and it works on social media monetization. In order to get the sponsorship, you have to send the proposal to the brands you are applying. Sending proposal to a brand is like presenting your work and convinces the brand why you are eligible to get the sponsorship. Once the brand is convinced or accepts your proposal you are totally on. And, the next thing you will be doing is talking about the brand's product or promoting it on your social network. Brands are finding social media monetization, a very suitable way to reach out the various sections of the market. As far the payment is concerned, you receive the amount via PayPal or paper check.




Following are some additional information about Famebit:

  • Registration is free on Famebit
  • Famebit lets you explore the marketplace, which is full of various brands.
  • Famebit gives you a dashboard that helps you in plan, promotion plan & sharing the draft with the company.
  • Famebit charges its users 10% of the sponsored fees for providing them its Platform.














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Rishabh Tripathi

Facebook Acquires Eye Tribe - An Eye Tracking Startup

Facebook Inc.’s Oculus has acquired The Eye Tribe, a company that tracks eye movement in virtual reality to improve the experience. Oculus is a virtual reality company which facebook acquired in early 2014 for $2 billion. The acquisition price is neither disclosed by the Oculus nor by the facebook.


Facebook has not  yet clarified what it plans to do with this acquisition but its speculated that it is especially interested in eye tracking because the company wants to take the lead in social interactions in VR. The ability to follow eye movement makes it easier to understand people’s expressions and let them communicate effectively with each other in a virtual world. Facebook may be more interested in what Eye Tribe calls passive tracking. Passive eye tracking records where a person looks and how long they look at a specific location. The technology is usually advertised as a method for making user interfaces more friendly and website displays more effective from a marketing perspective.


What Is The Eye Tribe ?
Founded in 2011 Eye Tribe aims at providing affordable , consumer oriented eye-tracking technology . The company has produced an API that allows software developers to build eye tracking into their applications and a $199 consumer product called the Eye Tribe Tracker Pro.

The company had raised around $3 million from investors including Startup Bootcamp, and taken a $2.3 million grant from The Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation. The Eye Tribe competed in TechCrunch’s CES Hardware Battlefield in early 2014 when it first began shipping its dev kit. Lately it’s been working to get more developers on its SDK, building applications that benefit from eye tracking.

Facebook isn’t alone in focusing on the importance of eye tracking to VR. Alphabet Inc.’s Google acquired Eyefluence, another startup working on eye-tracking technology, in October. The search giant is investing in virtual reality as it aims to integrate its media services, like YouTube and its app store, into the nascent technology.
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9 Jan 2017

shahid khan

PayPal – Learn How to Create & Verify PayPal Account

PayPal – Learn How to Create & Verify PayPal Account

What is PayPal?

PayPal is a universally used online payment system that allows the user to send and receive money from one account to another across the world.
Significance of PayPal Account

  • PayPal lets you transfer money from your PayPal account to another user’s PayPal account
  • PayPal also allows the user to transfer money from their PayPal account to their savings account.
  • PayPal allows its user to shop online by making payments online.
  • PayPal allows the user to set up a merchant account.
  • PayPal is safe and secure and it is free!


Creating a PayPal Account


  • Go to PayPal website i.e., www.paypal.com
  • You need to "Sign Up “on PayPal to register yourself with PayPal.
  • Fill out all the details in the given form.
  • Now you need to enter your credit or debit card details.
  • You also need to fill out your bank account information.



Verifying a PayPal Account

  • Once you have entered all the details in “Sign Up” section you have to verify your PayPal account.
  • As you have entered all the details in the “Sign Up” including your email address, you have to verify your email address again.
  • You have to do the same verification thing with your bank account also, confirm all your bank details to verify your bank account.
  • Link your credit/debit card with PayPal account and verify the same details.
  • Pan card is necessary when you are dealing with transactions and money transfers so you need to link your pan card and verify as well.
  • Enter your Phone number/ Mobile number to your PayPal account and verify it.



Well, this is it. You have successfully created .activated and verified your PayPal account.



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