Who doesn’t want to become rich? However, getting wealthy isn’t that easy. It begins with determined consciousness to get wealthy. We all know that to become rich you need to spend less than what you earn. That is because the less you spend, the more you will be able to save. You should save and invest what you have into investments (assets) that appreciate over time. Apart from these, here we are taking a look at a few really easy and ‘anyone can do it’ strategies or DIY tips that can make you a crorepati:
Vodafone is offering 90GB data to post-paid users at a monthly rental of Rs. 399. Vodafone has launched this plan for its prepaid users willing to shift to a post-paid plan. The company has been sending promotional messages to customers, informing them about this offer. Diwali is just a few days away and incumbent telecom operators, which are already reeling under the impact of new entrant Reliance Jio’s bumper offers, do not want to miss out on any chance to woo customers.
A few months back, Reliance Jio silently launched JioFi 3 in the Indian market just to replace its predecessor with some minor changes. We recently unboxed the device. The JioFi 3 now retails at Rs. 1,999 on official aJio website and is also available from Reliance Digital Xpress, Digital Xpress mini and other stores. Basically, this device comes handy when your family and friends want to online On-the-go and also saves your phone’s battery life.
PNB customers will have to shell out money beginning October if they carry out more than five transactions a month from the bank’s ATMs. At present, account holders of the country’s second largest public sector bank can make any number of transactions in a month, financial or non-financial, at the bank’s ATMs without attracting any charge. “The number of free transactions and the charges beyond these free transactions for PNB customers on PNB ATMs have been revised.
The intense competition in the Indian telecom sector moved a notch higher with Airtel, India’s biggest telecom operator launching a 4G smartphone at an effective price of Rs. 1,399 to counter new-comer Reliance Jio, which aims to grab a bigger pie of the 50 crore feature phone users market in India with its low-cost Jio Phone. Airtel has partnered with domestic handset manufacturer Karbonn to offer Karbon A40 4G smartphone at an effective price of Rs.
The intense competition in the telecom market is getting further heated up, thanks to incumbent operators and new entrant Reliance Jio. Telecom major Bharti Airtel is offering a whopping 50GB data in a special offer for postpaid customers, according to the official website of the company. The plan also offers unlimited local and STD calls, besides free roaming for incoming and outgoing calls. The data being offered is with 3G/4G speed and it can also be rolled over to the next month.
The linking of Aadhaar — the 12-digit unique identification number for Indian residents is about to become safer as new rules put the onus on government departments and agencies to safeguard personal data or information held by them. Departments handling the data will have to ensure that end-users are made aware of the data usage and collection and their consent is taken either in writing or electronically, according to new guidelines issued by the government for security of personal data.
Bharti Airtel, the country’s largest telecom service provider, is now offering 3GBs of 3G/4G data per day for Rs. 799. Besides this, customers will also get unlimited local and STD calls under the Rs. 799 recharge pack. The Rs. 799 plan, which is valid for a period of 28 days, is only for prepaid users, according to the Airtel website - airtel.in. With the arrival of billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio, incumbent telecom operators have ramped up offers to attract customers.
Aadhaar is now mandatory for carrying out a number of important tasks. These range from investment in the Public Provident Fund (PPF), National Savings Certificate (NSC) and Kisan Vikas Patra (KVP) schemes to opening of a Post Office account. Aadhaar number or Unique Identity Number (UID), the 12-digit identity number issued by the UIDAI or Unique Identification Authority of India, is based on your biometric data - collected through fingerprints and iris scans.
SBI or State Bank of India provides the widest network of ATMs in the country (more than 43,000 ATMs across India) to customers. SBI account holders can transact free of cost at the ATMs of State Bank group and its wholly-owned subsidiaries like SBI Commercial and International Bank Ltd using their ATM-cum-debit card. Customers are allowed withdrawals of up to Rs. 2 lakh per day (both national and international) and online purchases of up to Rs.