- Government to Block Anti-Islamic Websites, SMS
- Pakistan Exchanged 151 Billion SMS in 2009: Report
- Ufone Offers Prizes for Uth Customers
- Must Have iPhone Apps for Students
Posted: 13 Jan 2011 08:58 AM PST
Mr. Rahman Malik, Interior Minister has ordered the blockage of all anti-Islamic websites with-in 24 hours.
He has said that text messages will be monitored as well to make sure that no anti-Islamic text message is exchanged between mobile subscribers.
There are reports that interior ministry has been told to file cases against Pakistan-based persons who are part of anti-Islamic agenda. Minister said that a committee has been set up with representation from the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority, Federal Investigation Agency and Interior Ministry to monitor anti-Islam propaganda on internet and SMSs.
Mr. Rehman has appealed to the youth to report websites posting material against Islam and Pakistan.
A senior journalist while speaking with ProPakistani that minister’s orders are insignificant and useless. He said that there is already a committee and procedures in place at Ministry of IT that watches and decides on blockage of all the websites with anti-Islamic content.
He said that already available committee at IT Ministry is the one which had blocked thousands of blasphemous websites in May 2010. He opined that MoIT has the proper mandate to watch the cyber space.
It merits mentioning here that anyone can report anti-Islamic website at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800-55055.
Mr. Malik’s recent most order came after reports of anti-Islam content being published and spread via internet and SMSs in the wake of the assassination of Punjab Governor Salman Taseer.
It merits mentioning here that Mr. Malik has issued similar orders in the past regarding the SMSs, which were never materialized, either because of incompetency or otherwise due to no policy framework.
Posted: 13 Jan 2011 02:53 AM PST
Pakistan Exchanged 151 Billion SMS in 2009: Report is a post from: ProPakistani
In a report published by PTA, on SMS traffic trends in local and global markets, says that a total of 151.6385 billion text messages were exchanged by Pakistani cellular subscribers in fiscal year 2009-10, generating a revenue of Rs. 40.76 billion.
This figure translates into 1532 SMS per subscriber in an year or 128 SMS per subscriber in one month. Average price of one SMS is said to be at 27 paisas.
Report says that four billion mobile subscribers use SMS service around the world, who sent five trillion messages in 2009 i.e. approximately 105 sms per person per month.
Pakistan is ranked Number four for average number of SMS sent per subscriber in a month.
By 2013 the volume of messages will double to 10 trillion, according to Portio Research. That is, the SMS traffic will grow double in coming four years. The forward prediction can be seen in following figure:
According to ITU, SMS traffic is generating an estimated revenue of USD 812,000 every minute (or around USD 14,000 every second) for the cellular companies from 5.3Billion users.
In 2009, SMS revenue accounted for 12% of China's largest mobile operator's total revenue. The Philippines and the United States combined accounted for 35% of all SMS sent in 2009.
SMS Traffic in Recent Years:
In Pakistan, SMS traffic over past few years is reported as following:
Report says that SMS traffic in Pakistan was exchanged at an average rate of 27 Paisa (Rs. 027) per SMS in the year 2009.
Report said that 80 percent of SMS traffic utilized SMS bundles offered by cellular companies, while rest of 20 percent SMS were sent using flat rate of Rs.1/sms.
An average bundled package of 700-SMS/ Month is approximately for Rs. 60. According to these two rates, the revenue for SMS-traffic is calculated to be approximately 40.76 Billion.
Operator Wise Details:
Zong and Mobilink has more outgoing traffic than the incoming traffic. Ufone has the highest SMS traffic on the network. The out and incoming traffic of Mobilink is almost balanced in each month respectively. Telenor has quite high incoming than its outgoing.
Following is the dissection of the traffic of all the operators network.
According to Mobilink, it has highest difference in exchange of traffic with Ufone. Incoming traffic from Ufone is more than the sent traffic. Similarly its receiving more SMS messages from Zong than the sent messages. Where as its sending more messages to Telenor and Warid.
Ufone SMS traffic is the highest landing traffic at the Telenor network. Zong is also sending more traffic to Telenor than is receiving from it. It is interesting to note here that he incoming traffic to telenor from all other networks, except warid, is more than its outgoing to all the networks.
Zong is sending more SMS to all the operators than receiving The difference in exchange of traffic is highest with Warid, followed by Mobilink then Telenor and Ufone.
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Posted: 12 Jan 2011 08:10 PM PST
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Ufone says that Every 6 calls (of any duration) that Uth customers will make in a day will count as ONE entry into lucky draw.
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Posted: 12 Jan 2011 08:09 PM PST
There's no doubt that the largest number of mobile phone applications are being developed for the iPhone – this brilliant gadget from Apple has revolutionized the way we use a mobile phone.
While the BlackBerry may have the highest worldwide sales, but when it comes to students, the iPhone rules!
If a student can afford a smartphone, you can bet that he or she is going to buy iPhone, if not for its cool looks and utility value, then at least for the many mobile applications that are designed exclusively to make a student's life more exciting and productive.
Lets take a look at a few iPhone mobile applications for students:
Jott: This mobile application allows you to voice record your lectures and then transcribe them to your notepad. This is surely a great way to take note. You can email these files to yourself, in order to have a whole set of notes ready to study when the examination time is near.
Stay Organized with 'iStudiez Pro': A college student's life is haphazard with all that's going on with them, they find it hard to stay organized. This smashing mobile application allows you to organize your classes, homework, exam schedules, assignment due dates and your social calendar in one place – now you don't have to carry all this information in your head and kick yourself for forgetting that important date or having to rush to meet that assignment deadline.
Wikipanion: Wikipedia on the web is brought to your mobile phone. This mobile application makes a quick reference that much easier when you're on the go. This mobile application is free; however, if you want one with more features, you can buy it for $4.99.
Dictionary.com: With this mobile application you don't have to worry about finding the right spelling or meaning of a word anymore – it provides access to more than 275,000 definitions and 80,000 synonyms.
eTextbooks for iPhone: Buying textbooks when you're in college is not a joke – you seem to be shelling out all your money for the huge tomes that you must have. With your iPhone you have the chance to buy eTextbooks – which are not only easy to carry around on your mobile phone, but you can also read them wherever you are and raise your productivity.
iTalk Recorder: This app will let you record notes or anything else you want to remember.
Margins: This iphone application is an ideal tool for students or researchers. It allows users to jot down notes about books, indicating the page and quote as well as your note.
Assignments: Assignments is an application that, as the name implies, allows you to keep track of your assignments and classes. This is perfect for both teachers and students that need to keep track of assignments in each class. Not only can you add an assignment with a due date/time and importance, but you can also add recordings.
Being able to make a voice recording of your assignment is a quick way to make a reminder, etc. The "Overview" tab allows you to see anything upcoming or due. You can sort by "All" or "Due Soon." You can also search through your assignments.
In the "Assignments" tab, you can view all assignments sorted by class. The "Notes" section allows you to quickly jot a note, add a title, and add a date/time. Overall, this mobile application performs smoothly and works well when adding/deleting assignments and classes. Assignments sells for $5.99 (US) at the iTunes App Store.
ezMemorize: Improve your memorization skills with this app that allows you to make and store class notes.
iBlueSky: This mind-mapping tool can help you get your thoughts organize and decide what to do next.
SnapTell: This is a very useful mobile application when it comes to finding cheap and affordable textbooks (or any other book or CD or DVD) – just take a photo of the cover and it provides a list of prices and sellers along with their location.
Accela Study Vocab Builder: Students studying for the GRE or GMAT will appreciate this tool that allows them to study anywhere and anytime.
Sugar Sync: With this application you'll be able to sync up your files on your computer and your iPhone.
Wi-Fi Finder: This free mobile application enables you to find Wi-Fi hotspots, thus saving you money on your data plan and allowing you to browse the internet for free.
Instapaper: Many students run out of time when they have to browse the internet in search of some information for their assignment or examination. This mobile application allows you to save websites in a format that is easy to read on your mobile phone. This mobile application also facilitates offline browsing and bookmarking.
WordPress: With this mobile app you'll be able to blog from anywhere, share your ideas and make sure your site stays updated. Great for students and web workers alike.
Urban-spoon: This mobile application helps you find cost-effective food outlets within a half-mile radius of your college/university campus. So now, with this mobile application you can eat to your heart's content without the worry of your wallet getting lighter!
Melodies Voice Dialer: Using this application you won't need to dial your phone anymore, just say the name of the person you want to call and you're good to go.
VoiceNotes: VoiceNotes is a plain and simple way to quickly record a quick note, or even a lecture (just make sure you have enough space on your iPhone). Tapping on "Quick Voice Note" will start recording immediately, but is limited as to the length of the recording.
If you tap on the + button at the top, you will be given more recording length. Voice-notes allows you to sync notes back to your computer using some additional software provided by the developer. Overall, this is a solid app and can definitely be used for the quick "remember to bring these books to class tomorrow" voice notes. You can download Voice-notes for free from the iTunes App Store.
A2ZPro: A2ZPro is a super-converter of an application, perfect for anyone in the math or science fields- or just anyone who needs to figure out how many cups are in a quart after all. There are 154 things between which you can convert, and you can add any one that's not already included. You can customize the list to your liking, and all the converting you could need is right in front of you.
iClckr: PowerPoint Remote: Whether you're presenting for school or work, this tool can help make the process seamless with slide changing capabilities right on your iPhone.
LockBox: Don't let your personal information get out to identity thieves. This mobile application helps make sure info like passwords and credit card numbers stays secure.
Remember The Milk: This iPhone application lets you add, edit, and manage your tasks either on or offline. The best part, particularly for students, is the "Nearby" feature- you can view all the tasks, errands, etc. that take place near wherever you currently are. It's perfect for anyone who's mobile, but still needs to be able to get things done.
Stanza: With Stanza, you'll have an e-book reader available right on your iPhone. You can download books, either for a fraction of their print price or often nothing at all, and read them at your leisure, right from your iPhone. There is a huge, and growing, list of books to read- both school-like and otherwise. With Stanza, you might not need a Kindle, an eReader, or anything else!
More Apps: Studenstcan get the apps from here too http://www.apple.com/iphone/apps-for-everything/students.html
Besides these mobile applications, there are many other mobile applications for the iPhone which are specially designed for students. So of you want more mobile applications for your iPhoneyou can browse the iTunes store or even www.getjar.com to find what you need.
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