1. When was the last time you tried something new?
2. What makes you want to do better?
3. What do you love to do? Do you do it often? If the answer is no, why not?
4. What can you do today that you could not do a year ago?
5. Where do you see yourself in one year? five years? ten years?
6. Do you like your job?
7. What would you do different if you were reborn?
8. Have you done anything lately worth remembering?
9. What are you excited about?
10. What’s your biggest problem?
11. When was the last time you traveled somewhere new?
12. What would you regret not doing?
13. What makes you smile?
14. If the average lifespan was 50 years, would you do anything differently?
15. What do you want most out of life?
16. What impact do you want to leave in the world?
17. What do you want to be remembered by?
18. If all came back around to you, would it help you or hurt you?
19. If you had the chance to go back in time and change one thing, what would you change?
20. What stands between you and happiness?
21. If a doctor gave you one year to live, what would you try to accomplish?
22. What do you like most about yourself?
23. What do you have that you cannot live without?
24. When you close your eyes what do you dream of?
25. If you could as one person, dead or alive, one question, who would you ask and what would you ask?
26. If your life was a movie, what would be the title?
27. What does success mean to you?
28. If you could ask for one wish, what would it be?
29. What do you owe yourself?
30. When you think of “home” what do you think of?
31. How could you describe yourself in 5 words?
32. How do you spend most of your free time?
33. What did you want to be when you where younger?
34. What are you doing to pursue your dreams right now?
35. What are you most scared of?
36. What are you looking forward to?
37. What has been the greatest adventure of your life?
38. What are you most proud of?
39. Where would you like to live? Why haven’t you moved?
40. If you left your current life in order to pursue your dreams, what would you lose?
41. What is your greatest strength? What is your greatest weakness?
42. What did life teach you yesterday?
43. Whose life have you had the greatest impact on?
44. What makes you special?
45. What do you want most?
46. How many people do you love? What are you doing for them?
47. If you had 24 hours to live, who would you be with 23 hours from now?
48. What bad habits do you want to break?
49. When did you not speak up when you should have?
50. How would you describe the next 5 years of your life in a sentence?
Vodafone has launched its official 4G roll out from surit in gujarat .The firm,in the pric war for data packs and free talk time,GB.Earlier,Reliance had announced data packs for Jio charged at Rs 50/- for 1GB,to Rs 1000 for 20GB. Sunil Sood,MD & CEO of vodafone India said apart from price war,competitiveness is a success factor.
A day after Reliance Industries boss Mukesh Ambani attempted to redraft the rules for 4G play in the country by announcing the ‘world’s cheapest’ data packs, one of the oldest and largest telecom players, Vodafone, on Friday announced its official 4G roll-out from Surat in Gujarat. Jumping into the price war for data packs and free talk time, Vodafone announced a special data pack at Rs 998 for 20 GB.
At the Reliance AGM on Thursday, Ambani had announced data packs for Jio starting at Rs 50 for 1 GB, working out to Rs 1,000 for 20 GB
However, Sunil Sood, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Vodafone India, maintained that in the telecom battle, it is competitiveness and not the price war that will be the determining factor for the success of a service provider.
Pricing is the easiest thing to change. It is not a barrier to entry. It is not a differentiator for any player. We will look to remain competitive. Our services are going to be superior with a wider presence,” said Sood.
Surat is Vodafone’s first 4G location in Gujarat. “We have launched this service symbolically from Surat. This year 206 towns will be covered in Gujarat, while nationally we plan to cover over 1,000 towns with our 4G network,” he said after the launch.
Vodafone has set its eyes on data revenues from 4G services, which it has already launched in Kerala, Karnataka, Kolkata, Delhi – NCR, Mumbai, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh (East) and now Gujarat
About 70 per cent of Vodafone India’s data revenues come from nine circles. For the first quarter of the current fiscal, the total service revenue stood at Rs 11,412 crore, 6.4 per cent growth over the same period last year.
The company invested about Rs 8,000 crore towards capex last year. In Gujarat, the company had invested about Rs 541 crore. “We will invest a similar amount this year towards network expansion,” Sood said, adding that the company has so far invested Rs 1,15,500 crore.
Commenting on the roll-out in other towns in the state, Jayesh Gadia, Business Head–Gujarat, Vodafone India, said, “Beginning with the key business and residential corridors of Surat, we will soon expand our Vodafone SuperNetTM 4G services across the entire state in a phased manner.”
Vodafone offers 4G services on its 1800 MHz band for faster connectivity. However, the company is also gearing up for the next round of bidding for the spectrum auctions later this month. “We will participate in the auction. That’s all I can say at this moment,” said Sood.
Reliance Jio 4G launch: Mukesh Ambani says all voice calls will be free on Jio, data at Rs 50 per GB
The following is the full text of RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani’s speech delivered today at Reliance Industries’ annual general meeting in Mumbai.
I start with the newest and youngest member of the Reliance family – Jio. Let me begin my words with a dedication. In the journey of time, there comes a few life changing movements. Our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s inspiring vision of a “Digital India” is one such movement. Jio is dedicated to realizing our Prime Minister’s vision for 1.2 billion Indians. Jio will give the “power of data” to each Indian to fulfil every dream and to collectively take India to Global Digital Leadership.
With these words, I want to dedicate the commencement of Jio to the Digital India Vision of our Prime Minister, 1.2 billion Indians and India. Esteemed Shareowners Why did we call our venture “Jio”? Why is our motto JIO – DIGITAL LIFE? Permit me to articulate the philosophy that has given birth to Jio. The world is at the beginning of a digital revolution. Anything and everything that can go digital is going digital – at an exponential rate. Faster than you and I can imagine. Whether it is manufacturing, commerce, healthcare, education, entertainment – life is going Digital.
Through the ages, information and knowledge have driven humanity’s progress. When you put the power of data connectivity, computing, software and information together, the price/performance of everything changes drastically. Everything gets disrupted. I believe, in the next 20 years as human civilization, we will collectively achieve more than what has been achieved in the last 300 years. We are at the beginning of a new era for humanity. In this era, if you are not digital, and if you don’t have globally competitive digital tools and skills, you simply will not survive.
You will get disrupted. You will be outcompeted. You will be left behind. You will become irrelevant. India and Indians cannot afford to be left behind. Today, India is ranked 155th in the world for mobile broadband Internet access, out of 230 countries. Jio is conceived to change this. I have no doubt that with the launch of Jio, India’s rank will go up to among the top ten. 1.2 Billion Indians cannot be left behind as the world enters a new era. We have the youngest population in the world.
Give them affordable digital tools. Give them the skills. Give them the environment. They will surprise us. It is this opportunity to transform India, and transform the lives of our 1.2 Billion Indians that motivated Reliance to invest in this space. And Jio is the result. We have called it Jio because Jio means to live. There is nothing more precious in this world for the rich or the poor than Life.
I believe it is the fundamental right of every Indian to live a life of freedom, a life of fulfilment and to realize their fullest potential. Digital Technologies open the doors to this Life- the Digital Life. However, Life cannot survive without oxygen. Data is the oxygen of Digital Life, and oxygen must never be in short supply. Worse still, the supply of oxygen for digital life must never be unaffordable to any user. Doing so shows disrespect for Life. Jio respects Life.
Which is why Reliance created Jio. Jio is more than just business for us. Jio is our solemn commitment to enrich the life of every Indian. Jio means TO LIVE and to BE ALIVE. To every opportunity and realize the potential of every Indian. Dear Shareowners, The world’s demand for Digital oxygen, that is data, is growing explosively. Jio’s mission is to meet this exploding need for India, and to take our nation from data shortage to data abundance. And to enable a Digital Life for a Digital India.
A Digital India – where the Digital Life of no Indian is ever threatened by scarcity, poor quality or unaffordability of data. Where access to information knows no barriers. Where quality education reaches the most inaccessible corners of the country driven by digital learning. Where quality healthcare percolates right up to the remotest regions powered by e-Healthcare. Where farmers are empowered with real-time Information to be connected with global markets. Where mobile and e-banking ensures financial Inclusion. Where connected Indians drive innovation and the world looks to India for the next big idea.
This is our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s Digital India vision. And Jio’s mission is to realize this Digital India vision, and to ensure that Indians have the highest quality and the highest quantity data access anywhere in the world, at the most affordable prices. Ladies and gentlemen, Jio is an entire ecosystem that will allow Indians to live Digital Life to the fullest.
The Jio ecosystem stands tall on FIVE fundamental pillars: 1. The best quality broadband network with the highest capacity 2. A world of affordable, 4G smartphones and wireless IP devices 3. Compelling applications and content 4. Superior digital service experiences, and 5. Affordable and simple tariffs.
Let me start with the first pillar – the network. All communication on the Internet is done using a digital language called the Internet Protocol – or IP for short. All smartphones, all computers, all servers – in fact – each and every participant on the Internet speaks IP.
In the ensuing future, even household items like Televisions, refrigerators, air-conditioners, washing machines and even light-bulbs will talk IP. Industrial equipment, instrumentation systems and control systems will speak IP. Public infrastructure like traffic lights and safety cameras will speak IP.
This is called the Internet of things. Most legacy telecom providers have not built their networks for data or the Internet. They have built their network to support voice and SMS. As the Internet revolution caught on, they have had to retrofit their legacy networks to deal with data and IP as an afterthought.
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