SMS Current Affairs, GK & News
mKisan is an SMS Portal for farmers which enables the Central and all State Government organizations to provide quick and useful information to the farmers. The m-KiSAN is used to provide information/services and important advisories to the farmers in the language of their own choice and as per their agricultural practices & location. The farmers ..
Airtel has recently launched ‘Office-In-a-Box’ for start-ups registered under the Karnataka government’s Start-Up Cell initiative. The Office-in-a-Box suite will be available to the over 100 start-ups registered with the Start-Up Cell and will add to their business efficiency. It will offer a range of services to support the business requirements of start-ups and is available ..
Topics: Airtel Sri Lanka • Automatic identification and data capture • Bharti Airtel • Interactive voice response • Mobile telecommunications • Privacy • Radio-frequency identification • SMS • Telecommunications • Ubiquitous computing • USSD Gateway • Wireless
The Department of Posts will soon implement a mobile-based money remittance service in various parts of the country. It has selected 4 circles in which the services will be implemented. These are: · Kerala · Bihar · Punjab · Delhi What is m-money transfer? It also called mobile money transfer, which nothing but just another ..
Sabeer Bhatia launches free and open texting application “JaxtrSMS” “Jaxtr Inc”, founded by Sabeer Bhatia and Yogesh Patel, announced the launch of “JaxtrSMS”, a cross-platform, open texting application to send SMS to anyone in the world for free. JaxtrSMS is completely unique in that a mobile user can send a text SMS to any mobile ..
Topics: Jaxtr • Mobile phone • Mobile telecommunications • Outlook.com • Sabeer Bhatia • Short Message service center • Sindhi people • SMS • Technology • Telecommunications • Text messaging • Videotelephony
Telecom Users all over India have been eased from unwelcome commercial calls and messages. The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations 2010 was formally inaugurated by Kapil Sibal, Communications and Information Technology Minister. Here are brief notes: The regulations will facilitate consumers to list themselves on the National Consumer Preference Register, NCPR by merely dialling ..
Topics: Direct marketing • Do Not Disturb Registry • Government of India • Kapil Sibal • Mobile telecommunications • Non-store retailing • SMS • Telecom Regulatory Authority of India • Telecommunications • Telecommunications in India • Telemarketing • The Telecom Commercial Communication Customer Preference Regulations