do the new!

seems every mobile operator in india is going the docomo way..the trend of 1ps per sec has caught up like the jaipur fire..its 69 in airtel, 65 in vodafone and aircel got the cheapest add on with 18 rupees for the next year fully..ask me what is this trying to show? well, think back a few months..we had call rates that wasn’t less than one rupee without rate cutters..even if it was less it would be 99 paise..big deal! and now all of a sudden, everyone is giving add ons as cheap as the addons for firefox ( its free actually 😉 ) get my point? so, all these days they have been making one hell of a profit with all of, an opertor comes in and gave 1sec pulse and everyone follow suit..( i wonder, when somethin comes cheap, why is it always from japan, china or korea ) everyone is turned to the 1sec pulse..the funny thing is they make profit even here..they don wanna give it out for, they charge a small fee for somethin they could give for free..jus like that..but then, there is the old lady..good ‘ol ( or is ol’) BSNL..what are they doing out there?? well, they are busy trying to make money out off the spectrum allocation so that few ppl can ensure the monetary safety of their forthcoming generations..shouldn’t the government provide services in par with the private ones or atleast half of it?? ( i agree, broadband is really good but what bout the rest..) a friend of mine send me a msg askin me where was i reached my mobile when i was with him the next bout service..guys even comment like at this rate soon the missed calls given in the morning ll reach the other end only in the afternoon..its not a joke..many are just waiting for the number transition plan to get rid of their troubling BSNL network..maybe none wanna use a BSNL number no might soon be happening..its time the government stood up for the people and set things right..rather than making money off it..will they? lets wait and watch..till then,happy calling people.. 😉

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