Now you can ISD call America at the rate of one paisa per second. Messaging app Nimbaj has started this service in association with Spectranet. In this way, in India’s first legal VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service, you will be able to ISD call any type of phone number abroad from Nimbaj.
For this, you will be able to buy data card packs online by debit or credit card. Apart from this, soon its recharge coupons will also come in the shops near you.
CEO Vikas Saxena said
Coming from the alliance of Spectranet Hello IP and Nimbaj, the service will cost 60 paise per minute. Udit Mehrotra, CEO of Spectranet Halo, said that his company’s VoIP service is the only one of its kind in the country.
The Nimbuzz app is Available on Android, iOS, Windows, Symbian on all types of mobiles. You can download the credits and call them. The minimum value of the card for this calling will be Rs 10.
Wi-Fi Connection Calls
So far, this type of application is available free of cost. Then why people would ISD call mobile or landline at a lower rate, Vikas Saxena said that not everyone makes an app to app free calls. You should have a good 3G network or Wi-Fi connection to make calls from this, Nimbaj believes that the running of Wi-Fi has increased a lot i.e. good ground is ready for such an app to phone calling.
He said that VoIP is not allowed inside India, so you can only call from outside the country. Not only this, even if you go abroad, from this service, you will be able to ISD call any other country from Britain or America or any country on these calling rates.
One Paisa Per Second ISD Call
The app that has been waiting for since September has finally arrived. Blackberry has introduced its BBM i.e. Blackberry Messenger application for Android and iPhone for download.
After downloading it, you will have to wait for it to be activated. It leaked unofficially before its release day in September and was downloaded by six million people within seven hours. Blackberry says that this can be gauged by how much people are waiting for it.
Reliance Jio has paid dues revenue (AGR) to the government.
Reliance Jio has paid the outstanding dues revenue (AGR) to the government. All except Reliance Jio Shree companies have sought more time from the government for payment. AGR was the last day of payment. The Supreme Court had instructed telecom companies to make AGR payment. Following this instruction, Reliance has paid the payment.
Paid Rs 195 Crore 2020
According to official sources, Reliance Jio paid Rs 195 crore to the telecom department for all outstanding dues related to AGR till 31 January 2020. Here, sources say that the telecom department will not take any action against companies not paying AGR till the next court order. Airtel has sought time for Vodafone-Idea, Tata Tel AGR. These companies filed a modification petition in the Supreme Court and demanded more time for payment from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court will hear these petitions next week. At the same time, 5 PSU companies related to this case have filed a clarification petition in the Supreme Court. These include Oil India, DMRC, GAIL, Power grids are included. They say that their license terms are different from the license terms of others. The court order will not apply to these companies.
these 5 companies have to pay Rs 3 lakh crore as AGR.
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that oil companies are not telecom companies, hence liability is not incurred on them. The PSU received a telecom department demand notice by mistake. The government does not become AGR liability for companies.
Negotiations are ongoing
Telecom Department on payment of AGR. Pradhan hoped that the AGR would provide relief to oil companies. There has been a long-running dispute between the telecom companies and the government regarding AGR.
the Supreme Court has pronounced its decision in favor of the government. Notice has been received. The government does not become AGR liability for companies. There has been a long-running dispute between the telecom companies and the government regarding AGR. Ultimately, the Supreme Court has pronounced its decision in favor of the government AGR the Supreme Court has pronounced its decision in favor of the government. Notice has been received. The government does not become AGR liability for companies. There has been a long-running dispute between the telecom companies and the government regarding AGR. Ultimately, the Supreme Court has pronounced its decision in favor of the government