The Jio Summer Surprise offer, announced on March 31, has been canceled after the TRAI Reliance advised Jio to withdraw the offer. The telecom operator has agreed to stop offering three months of free services to customers who sign up for a Jio Prime subscription and recharge with Rs. 303 or higher. However, those who have already signed up for Prime and purchased the required top-up will continue to receive the free services they were eligible for under the Reliance Jio Summer Surprise offer. Jio has said it will discontinue the free services as soon as it becomes operational, noting that it will take a few days.

Customers already enjoying the Jio Summer Surprise offer will get three months of free 4G data, texting, app subscriptions, etc. On the other hand, if you have not signed up for Jio Prime and the Rs. 303, you will no longer get free services and have to pay for everything except the calls.

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Here’s what made even more news in the world of technology today:

Google Play Music All Access Launched In India With the launch of Google Play Music All Access, Apple Music has some serious competition in the market. Google Play Music All Access is a music streaming service that allows you to download or stream any songs in the Google catalog for just Rs. 99 per month; the introductory price is Rs. 89 per month for the next 45 days. However, unlike Apple Music, Google Play Music does not have special price points for students or a family plan. If you’re wondering if Google Play Music All Access in India is cheaper than Apple Music, we’ve covered you.

Idea Data Jackpot offers up to 10 GB of data at Rs. 100Reliance Jio’s competition continues to drive other telecom operators to provide their customers with better prices. The idea is the latest telco to do this with its new “Data Jackpot” offer. The company provides up to 10 GB of data per month at Rs. 100 monthly. This offer is valid for three months.

The Idea postpaid offer can only be used through the My Idea app and is like a raffle where customers who opt for the Data Jackpot get a minimum of 1 GB per month for three months, at Rs. 100 per month and up to a maximum of 10 GB per month. After the three months have passed, those who opt for the offer can still get 1 GB of extra data per month at Rs. 100. Idea notes that the Data Jackpot offer is only available for subscriptions for a limited time, adding that data benefits may vary from circle to circle.

Samsung Galaxy S8+ variant with 6GB RAM launched Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones a few days ago; a new Galaxy S8+ has already been made official in South Korea. This variant of the Galaxy S8+ has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ 6GB variant has the same specs as the Galaxy S8+ 4GB variant, except for the increase also launched in other markets GB RAM variant alscanrther expands its storage with a microSD card slot (up to 256 GB). The device is currently only listed in South Korea but was previously spotted on China FCC, meaning it could also launch in other markets.

MediaTek is testing a solution to address the ‘sub-standard’ chipset issue. Those with MediaTek processors – degrade network quality; the company said it is doing its best to address the concerns and situation.

“Since being notified of the dual SIM issue, MediaTek teams [has] devised a solution. The software optimization [that] will improve network performance and is now being tested by MediaTek with mobile operators. Once the solution is fully tested and approved, it will be shared with customers to resolve network issues,” MediaTek said. The devices that passed the tests were Lenovo A7000 and K4 Note, Xiaomi Redmi 3S and Note 3, Motorola Moto G4, Oppo A35, and Samsung Galaxy J7.

In related news, Xiaomi denied using “substandard” chipsets in its devices in India, saying that all of its smartphones in India run on Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, not MediaTek chipsets. It added that its smartphones are optimized for India-specific bands for the most efficient use of 4G/LTE.

Amazon India to set up seven new warehouses, create 1,200 new jobs Amazon. in said it has set up seven new warehouses (Fulfillment Centers) to cater exclusively to its category of large appliances and furniture, a move that will create 1,200 new jobs. The company, which has invested $5 billion (about Rs. 32,513 crores) in the Indian market, will also set up 33 delivery stations to meet the demand.

Amazon.  has 27 such warehouses across the country. With the addition of the new Fulfillment Centers, Amazon will have 34 Fulfillment Centers in 10 states. This means that Amazon India wants to speed up the delivery of customer orders and could even be a way to ensure fast shipping for Amazon Prime customers.

Windows 10 Creators Update is now available for manual download Windows 10 Creators Update will roll out on April 11. Microsoft mentioned last week that users with licensed Windows 10 software could manually download the update starting April 5.

According to Microsoft, Windows 10 users who don’t want to wait another week can download the Windows 10 Creators Update manually. The official rollout will begin next week, with priority being given to newer devices. Microsoft has also opened access for Creators Update SDK to developers.

Jeff Bezos sells $1 billion of Amazon stock per year to fund rocket venture founder Jeff Bezos revealed on Wednesday that he sells about $1 billion (about Rs. 6,503 crores) in shares of the internet vendor each year to support his Blue Origin rocket company. To fund. The company plans to launch paying passengers in 11-minute space flights next year. “My business model right now… for Blue Origin is that I sell about $1 billion worth of Amazon stock a year, and I use it to invest in Blue Origin,” Bezos said. Ultimately, he added that the goal is for Blue Origin to become a profitable, self-sustaining business.

Xiaomi Mi Panoramic 360 Degree Camera With Wi-Fi Connectivity Launched Xiaomi has launched its Mi Panoramic 360 Degree Camera with an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. As the name suggests, the Xiaomi camera can capture videos and images 360 degrees, and the company has priced the camera in China at CNY 1,699 (approximately Rs. 16,000). It features a 23.88-megapixel sensor and can record videos in 3.5K resolution. The camera has an f/2.0 aperture, is powered by an Anba A12 image processor, and features Sony’s IMX206 image sensor.

Nubia Z17 mini With 6 GB of RA ad dual rear cameras revrevealedrandd Nubia launched the Nubia Z17 mini in China on Thursday. The smartphone will cost CNY 1,699 (approximately Rs. 16,000) for the 4GB RAM variant and CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 18,800) for the 6GB RAM option. The phone will go on sale in China from April 13. There is no word yet on the launch in India.

The Nubia Z17 mini features a metal unibody design with extremely thin bezels on the left and right sides and a slim form factor of 7.45mm. The smartphone has a 5.2-inch (1080×1920 pixels) full-HD display with 2.5D curved glass. It runs Nubia UI 4.0 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Depending on the variant, the smartphone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 652 or 653 processor (depending on the memory variant) with Adreno 510 GPU and 4GB or 6GB RAM.

Xbox Scorpio Specifications and Features Announced If you’ve been waiting for Xbox Scorpio, Microsoft’s major upgrade to the Xbox One, here’s some good news. The company has revealed the specifications and features of the Xbox Scorpio. From a hardware standpoint, it seems pretty impressive, but the game’s launch will likely decide whether people buy the console. Other key factors are that the Xbox Scorpio may be more expensive than the PS4 Pro, and the Xbox Scorpio doesn’t require a 4K TV.


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