Archive for November, 2010
- Subscriber sends SMS to Donor (existing operator) on ’1900’
- Subscribe receives a 8-digit Unique Porting Code (UPC) from ‘1901’.
- Subscriber to visit the operator’s (Recipient) store and fill up a 1-page application form mentioning the UPC and may be required to show the SIM card for authenticity. May have to pay migration fees (maximum of INR19) depending on Recipient’s policy. Will be issued a new SIM card by the Recipient.
You should send an SMS – PORT <10 Digit Mobile Number> to 1900. For example – PORT 9845098450 if your mobile number is 9845098450
The long awaited mobile Number portability – MNP will be reality in India from 25th starting with Haryana Circle. Syniverse and Telcordia have been selected to be the clearing houses, the former for West and North India and the latter for South and East India. We understand that all the required systems and processes have been created and the testing phase is completed. As per TRAI, pan-India MNP implementation is expected to be complete by January 10, 2011.
You can even Switch from CDMA [Reliance / Tata Indicom / MTS] to GSM [Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL etc] keeping the same number under the regime of Mobile Number portability.
Customer acquisition cost, due to MNP, is likely to rise as the acquiring operator (Recipient) is unlikely to collect fees from the Read the rest of this entry »
Tata DoCoMo has released its 3G Plan tariffs to us and they stand as below. The plans are available between Rs 500 and Rs 2000 and are expensive as expected due to the huge spectrum cost.
The Rs 500 / Month plan will get you 750 Minutes of Calling with 250 MB of Data Download. This is useful for light users and we recommend this plan to somebody who has lots of e-maisl to attend on the go. Otherwise, with the data allowed for download you can watch around 60 Songs each of 4 Minutes
The Rs 2,000 / Month plan will get you 5000 Calls and 2 GB of Data Transfer. Recommended for Read the rest of this entry »