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Blackberry data usage monitor free

Since the launch of Reliance Jio last week, the company's various plans have been slowly getting clarified, though as of now there is still an element of doubt and confusion on some of the details. At the Reliance Jio launch announcement that took place at the Reliance Industries AGM, Chairman Mukesh Ambani said that Reliance Jio will be offering free voice calls to all users, to any network, with no roaming charges.

However, he also noted that Jio is a 4G-only network , and all voice calls take place using VoLTE . This has caused some confusion as people rightly worried that Reliance is still charging for calls - by deducting from the data quota when you make a call, or by charging your for data when you exhaust your bundled data for the month. However, a Jio spokesperson has confirmed to Gadgets 360 that this is not the case, and that not only are voice calls completely free, but they do not count against your data plan either. The spokesperson also added that the voice calls will remain free for the lifetime of your subscription to Jio.

Aside from voice calling, Jio also offers video calling - this is also free for local and STD calls, in home and national roaming; however, unlike voice calls, the data usage for video calls will be charged to you, the spokesperson added.

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Good, albeit very familiar, design
Lots of useful software features
Security is a big priority
MicroSD card slot

Lackluster camera
Disappointing gaming performance
less than average battery life
Only 16 GB of internal storage

The Blackberry claims that the DTEK50 is the world’s most secure smartphone, and if security is your number one priority, Blackberry’s second attempt at Android won’t let you down. However, it falls short in a lot areas that prevent it from being a great smartphone.