The announcement : Since 2016, Jio Has Been Providing Unlimited internet data as well as unlimited calls to any other sim. But today 9th October, the press has released that Jio will now charge for all the outgoing call except jio to jio.
Here Watch The Official Announcement of Jio iuc (as on 9th October,2019)
Check Out The Official Press Release About Jio IUC tariff
What is Jio iuc charges: IUC charges has not made by any special mobile sim company but it is controlled by TRAI itself, according to the rules, one company has to pay at the outgoing call of any company other than its own, and the average charge is 6 Paise per minute, earlier the charge was 14 Paise/Minute.
The JIO vs TRAI Conflict : Jio Was ready to pay for all outgoing calls to other companies out of its own pocket till January 2020, But other Companies have complained to TRAI that can’t accept this condition because they are being harmed. By compulsion, Jio has come to the conclusion that they will now directly pay other companies 6 paise per minute as outgoing iuc tariff.
Companies such as- Idea, airtel, Bsnl etc
Jio’s Plan :Jio, On the other hand, Jio has decided to give free Data with every IUC TOP UP to retain its customer. Although They have stated that this plan is temporal. The iuc tariff Plan is in the below chart..
In a nutshell :
1) From 10th October 2019, Jio will charge 6 paise per minute for all outgoing calls to other networks.
2)Jio has four IUC top-up plans on offer with extra data benefits. As shown on the Chart.
3)This Plan is temporal.
Jio iuc Tariff Idea- You can skip IUC TOPUP by using Whatsapp, Hike etc as a substitution for (JioToOther) Outgoing Calls.
Should you be worried?
Right now, NOT AT ALL! For the money jio is taking for IUC TOPUP, already they are giving away free data balance with it, Plus, its only 6 Paise per minutes, so this is not a reason to worry. But Seeing Jio, Other companies may change their plans in near future.
Samsung Galaxy M21 – Why You Should Buy It In 2020
WHY BUY SAMSUNG M21 IN 2021?
With tons of midrange smartphones flooding the mid-range segment from brands like Xiaomi, Realme, Samsung, Oppo, and Vivo the consumers are in a sea of chaos in choosing the ideal smartphone for themselves. This confusion has been aggravated by the anti-Chinese sentiment that is floating around the country to boycott Chinese goods. For the ones who are with the anti-China wave and looking to buy a smartphone that is not Chinese and is a very good midrange, Samsung M21 is the device for them. Let us explore its features and then I will give a quick review on it for you to decide according to your needs.
Samsung’s M series is an affordable range of mid-range smartphones that were introduced in the online market by Samsung to compete with its Chinese counterparts. From the very start, they have been bang on for the price you pay, moreover, the after-sales service you get is next to none. The M21 variant of this series has carried on the legacy as it comes with a ton of features. Looking at the specs its main highlight is its 6.40-inch Full HD+ (2340×1080) crisp AMOLED display that offers excellent viewing angles and dark blacks that would add take your media consumption experience to a whole new level. The next best thing that we get is fantastic battery life. The battery capacity of M21 is massive 6000mAH that would surely last a day and a half without charge even if you are a heavy user. But what annoys us is the time it takes to charge even with the 15-watt charger in the box. Coming to the SOC, it is powered by Samsung’s native Exynos 9611 that is capable of handling your day to day tasks very well without any lag or stutter. This chip along with Samsung’s own one UI together gives the user a buttery smooth experience. With the above primary features, other small necessary details like important sensors, sturdy build quality, a good selfie camera are kept in mind. This makes GalaxyM21 is a very good deal. Let us see how SamsungM21 fares with its Chinese counterparts.
The 4GB RAM, 64 GB storage base variant of Samsung M21 comes at a price tag of Rs.13, 999 and the higher 6GB RAM, 128GB storage comes at a price tag of Rs.15, 999. In this price range, Chinese brands have Poco M2 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro, and the recently launched Realme 7. The following table compares its various features.
||Samsung M21||Realme 7||Redmi Note 9 pro||Poco M2 pro|
|Display||6.4″ (16.26 cm) 1080×2340 px, 403 PPI||6.5″ (16.51 cm) 1080×2400 px, 405 PPI||
6.67″ (16.94 cm)
1080×2400 px, 395 PPI
6.67″ (16.94 cm)
1080×2400 px, 395 PPI
2.3 GHz + 1.7 GHz, 4 GB RAM
SoC: Mediatek Helio G95
2.05 GHz + 2 GHz, 6 GB RAM
|SoC:-Snapdragon 720G 2.3 GHz + 1.8 GHz, 4 GB RAM||SoC:-Snapdragon 720G 2.3 GHz + 1.8 GHz, 4 GB RAM|
|Storage||64 GB 512 GB (Expandable)||64 GB 256 GB (Expandable)||64 GB 512 GB (Expandable)||64 GB 512 GB (Expandable)|
|Camera||48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP (Primary) 20 MP(Front)||64 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP (Primary) 16 MP(Front)||48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP (Primary) 16 MP(Front)||48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP (Primary) 16 MP(Front)|
|Battery||6000 mAh||5000 mAh||5020 mAh||5000 mAh|
The Samsung M21 is a fantastic deal considering its price, the features it offers, and the brand value of Samsung.
If you are not a heavy gamer and need a smartphone with good performance and long-lasting battery for daily life uses, it is the best device you can have right now,