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COVID Response & Readyness

Covid 19 has forced people to stay indoor and perform thier regular duties. People are online at home 24x7 performing the following activities.
✓ Work from Home ✓ Webinars & Events ✓ Elearning ✓ OTT Entertainment ✓ Social Media Content ✓ Gaming ✓ Bill Pay ✓ Govt Complainces
We have aggregated technicians in your neighborhood and can connect you to them for your support. 
Our technicians can handle installation, maintenance and repairs of the following electronic devices:
✓ Mobilephone ✓ Tablet ✓ Laptop PC ✓ Desktop Computer ✓ Printer ✓ Network Equipments ✓ Cabling & Wifi Setup ✓ CCTV ✓ Smart TV ✓ IoT Devices
You can add all devices to our our web & mobile apps and trigger a support ticket whenever required. No Booking fee. Pay only for service availed.
Our technicians will arrive at your doorstep in minimum turnaround time. They have been advised to maintain hygiene and handle customer needs with maximum precautions. 
https://app.bigfix.in Ph: 7305575757
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Telecom News Watch - May 2 Week

- Indian smartphone maker Lava plans to shift production to India - Jeff Bezos could be world`s first trillionaire by 2026, Mukesh Ambani by 2033: Report - Handset makers dial aviation and shipping ministries to seek a full waiver of demurrage charges - Paytm Payments Bank to deliver cash at home for senior citizens in Delhi, NCR - Tamil Nadu government to bring blueprint for telecom infrastructure deployment: Top official - Facebook is buying online GIF platform GIPHY for $400 million - Foxconn`s first-quarter profit plunges on coronavirus fallout, sees better second quarter - Xiaomi to make IoT products in India once market is ready - Spotify signs content deals with aawaz.com, private FM channels - Amazon Prime Video announces direct-to-digital release of seven films - Facebook's 'Messenger Rooms' goes live globally - Spotify offers 3-month free trial period, re-introduces Rs.699 yearly plan - WhatsApp Business now allows users to sync account with their company Faceboo…

Telecom Sector News, May 1st Week.

- Govt lifts ban on online sales of smartphones, laptops and PCs but conditions apply - 5G signal now available on Mount Everest peak  - ZTE and Qualcomm achieve 5G VoNR in 700 MHz  - Aarogya Setu app mandatory for govt, private sector employees   - Mobile phone retailers set to reopen stores where allowed  - RIL confident of hitting zero net debt target by  - Voda Idea launches AI powered virtual assistant for subscribers on WhatsApp  - STL reopens China, Europe, India facilities; chases Rs 10,000 crore order book  - Global smartphone shipments fall 13 per cent in January-March  - Entry-level handset segments set to decline in emerging economies due to Coronavirus: Counterpoint  - Resumption of mobile phone production depends on state govts: ICEA  - Samsung may start mass production of 5nm chips in Q2  - Apple reports slight revenue growth in Q2 2020, iPhone revenues decline  - Airtel Xstream App registers 300 per cent surge in viewership

Telecom Sector, April News Roundup

✓ Airtel signs Rs.7,636 crore deal with Nokia to get ready for 5G era ✓ BSNL to revise Rs 9,000 crore worth tender for 4G gear purchase  ✓ India`s electronics manufacturing can gain from China`s loss, says Prasad  ✓ RIL doubles down on its debt reduction plan with proposed rights issue  ✓ JioMart and Whatsapp will empower 3 crore small Kirana shops: Mukesh Ambani  ✓ After Facebook deal, Jio's valuation higher than RIL's legacy business  ✓ Facebook deal to help RIL to be debt-free by March 2021: Credit Suisse  ✓ Facebook-Jio collaboration unlikely to help Whatsapp Pay rollout  ✓ Jio Platforms to use Rs.28,000 crore from Facebook to redeem RIL OCPS, cut debt ✓ WhatsApp looks at lending after payments nod  ✓ Airtel $1 billion India 4G deal brings respite to Nokia after China 5G defeat  ✓ Nokia quarterly revenue to get 5G boost before coronavirus impact felt  ✓ Entry level, refurbished smartphones to be in focus, once sales resume  ✓ After Zoom, research finds Microsoft Teams vulnerable to cy…

Electric Vehicles : Sensors and Programming

With the oil crisis of 1970s, which affected our day to day lives in unfathomable ways, the transport industry too took a toll. A steep increase in the fuel prices meant less use of personal vehicles and thus lesser profits for the automotive industry. With no end in sight to the continuous and exponential rise in fuel prices, it was only in the definite interest of the companies to shift from oil as a fuel to better alternatives.
Even though the idea of electric vehicles was prominent then, with some prototypes in existence, the major issue was mileage. With the meager coverage it gave, those cars were pretty useless other than for going shopping inside the city. Long drives and top speeds, the very component of thrill and adventure that car enthusiasts love about a drive was missing. There was no adrenaline rush in Battery Electric Vehicles compared to the traditional Internal Combustion Engine counterparts. 
That is until, the TESLA ROADSTER unveiled in 2008. This car caused a rev…

Electric Vehicle maintenance tips

Key factors to look out for if you own an EV

EV’s are the need of the hour and the future of automobile industry. Not only do they save the environment, they also save you lot on the maintenance department. Current combustible engine vehicles are a major pollutant. Vehicles are said to contribute to 27% of air pollution and are responsible for 75% of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere. These alarming numbers can be reduced if we replace ICE vehicles with EV’s.

EV’s, although expensive, guarantees savings in the maintenance front as they have less moving parts compared to an ICE and the cost of electricity is pennies when compared to the cost of fuel. Reduced moving components mean that there is a lesser chance of things going wrong in an EV. So what are the factors that one should really look out for in an EV? Here I have debriefed on the 4 major points to look out for:


1) Monitor the battery

In an EV, the battery takes up the majority chunk of space under the hood. A car battery is ver…

Bigfix Presents “No Contact” Repairs!

Bigfix presents “No Contact” Repairs
As the COVID-19/ Corona Virus is on the prowl, people are in an eternal state of paranoia to touch anything and everything for the fear of getting infected with the corona virus, even the minimal physical contact, has deprived them of free access to all the products and services they need to survive. We at Bigfix have figured out a way to offer absolutely “no contact” repair services to customers & partners while engaging in a transaction.

Collaboration APPs
So, the mission “no contact” repair starts with a customer’s online repair order. Bigfix’s web/ mobile apps (https://app.bigfix.in) offers advanced features to search, identify, connect, engage, book, track and pay for repair orders.

Once a customer books repair appointment, a repair lead notification appears in Bigfix Partner App (https://app.bigfix.in/partner). Partner can confirm the customer appointment by accepting the lead. Partner can inspect the device and generate job card and updat…