How to link Aadhaar with mobile number online / IVR?

  • Subscribers need to dial 14546 from their phones
  • They will receive an OTP, which is needed for verification to be complete
  • Corporate customers do not need to link mobile number and Aadhaar


Here’s how you can link Aadhaar to your mobile number using IVR

  1. call 14546, you will be asked to select whether you are an Indian national or an NRI by selecting the respective option
  2. Next, you will have to give consent to link Aadhaar with your phone number by pressing 1
  3. After that, you need to provide your Aadhaar number and press 1 to confirm
  4. This step generates the OTP, which you will receive on your mobile phone
  5. Now, you need to enter your phone number
  6. Here, you are asked to give consent to your operator to pick your name, photo and date of birth from UIDAI data base
  7. The IVR now mentions the last four digits of your number to confirm that you have keyed in the right number
  8. If the number is correct, you can enter the OTP you received on SMS
  9. You must press 1 to complete the Aadhaar-mobile number re-verification process
  10. If you hold another phone number, you can link that too by pressing 2 and following the steps provided by the IVR system. Keep your other mobile phone handy as you will receive the OTP on this number.

Reliance Jio set to launch DTH services, set-top box leaked online

Information circulating the Internet suggests that Reliance Jio Infocomm is working on a set top box service in cities like Mumbai, Pune and Chennai

Images of a Reliance Jio set top box has leaked online suggesting that the company will enter the set-top box space soon. The leaked set-top box has a rectangular design much like existing set top boxes and also has a USB port in the front.

Jio is rumoured to be adding a new feature called ‘catch up’ which will allow users to stream content from past seven days. The company may initially launch the service with 300 channels to be followed by more channels.

New leaked images suggest Jio might stick with a rectangular design for its set-top box after all. The pictures show a blue box with Reliance Jio branding on top as well as new set-top box. The device has a number of ports including a standard cable connector, HDMI, USB, as well as audio and video output. There’s also an Ethernet port, which will allow users to connect to a modem to offer broadband.

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The Aakash is a 7” Android 2.2 touch screen tablet that has a HD video co-processor for a high-quality multimedia experience and core graphics accelerator for faster application support.  The Aakash tablet is the only Android device in the market to offer DataWind’s UbiSurfer browser, based on 18 international patents.  The UbiSurfer browser accelerates web pages by factors of 10x to 30x, allowing for a web experience who’s speed is unrivalled.

Features of Ubislate 7+:
•Android 2.3 (Aakash: Android 2.2)
•7-inch touchscreen with 800×480 resolution
•Cortex A8 – 700 MHz CPU (Aakash: Arm11 – 366MHz)
•3 hours battery life – thanks to the new 3200 mAh battery (Aakash: 2100 mAh)
•Wi-Fi and GPRS connectivity (the Aakash was Wi-Fi only)
•HD video playback
•256 MB RAM
•One USB 2.0 port
•2GB internal storage, which can be expanded to 32GB via microSD

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Features – Explained
  • The added GPRS connectivity feature enables you to insert sim cards on your tab and use it as a mobile phone. This extension makes it easier to get connect without using usb 3G dongles. In the other hand, GPRS is very slow and the browsing experience without WiFi will be poor.
  • Since the microprocessor is  Cortex A8, It’ll surely support Adobe flash player which ensures high quality and fully functional internet browsing.
  • The HD video Co-processor enables you to steam/play full HD 1080p videos. You can store much movies in external memory which can be expanded up to 32GB.
  • The USB port enables you to connect ordinary pendrives or memory cards so that you can use it much like a PC or laptop.
  • Its more like an android phone. You can receive or make calls, access over 150000 apps in the android market.
  • You can connect extra USB keyboard makes typing easier.
  • Car charger
  • Keyboard case
  • Headphone/mic

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$200 Million National Broadband Map Shows Spotty Coverage

The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) posted the first public, searchable, and interactive nationwide map of broadband Internet availability on Thursday. It took about $200 million in funding to …

The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) posted the first public, searchable, and interactive nationwide map of broadband Internet availability on Thursday. It took about $200 million in funding to create the map, which serves up a database of over 25 million documents detailing the type, speed, provider, and location of broadband service across the U.S. You can see from the map that the further west you go, the more spotty the coverage.

“The National Broadband Map shows there are still too many people and community institutions lacking the level of broadband service needed to fully participate in the Internet economy,” said Lawrence Strickling, head of the NTIA.

Up to 10 percent of U.S. homes, most of which are in rural areas, don’t have access to basic broadband, the map reveals. At the same time, broadband adoption has increased to 68 percent of U.S. homes, up from 63.5 percent in 2009.

You can view the interactive map here.