Dingtone Makes Quick Strides in India as Most Cell Phone Plans Get Costlier

San Jose, CA, December 11, 2019 –(– All major mobile phone operators in India have recently hiked the tariff of their service plans by up to 40%. In this changing market scenario in a country that has been a wonderland for cell phone users; Dingtone calling and texting app has recorded a significant increase in the number of users.

The Indian telecom industry is currently abuzz with the recent announcement by its leading players to increase the cost of their service plans. Some of the new mobile plans from Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio are up to 42% more expensive compared to their previous service plans. The world’s second largest country in terms of population, India, has a mobile subscriber base of more than 1.1 billion users. This action undoubtedly put millions of Indian people into a dilemma.

Following the recent market developments, popular low cost calling and texting app, Dingtone has experienced a sharp increase in the number of Indians signing up and using Dingtone. Official sources reveal that Dingtone’s user base has increased by 3w+/per day since the hiked tariffs were announced. Using this app, more and more Indian consumers are now enjoying cheaper or even free phone calls as well as sending texts. This is why Dingtone looks all set to make a serious impact in the evolving Indian telecom market.

Over 30 million users around the world have already voted Dingtone as the best mobile app for calling. Interestingly, Dingtone users don’t spend any money whatsoever for making calls or sending texts. Instead, credits are used for both calls and texts. Users are offered plenty of opportunities to earn free credits, such as daily check in, watching videos, playing games, completing offers, inviting friends, lottery and many others.

Some of the top benefits enjoyed by Dingtone users include, but is not limited to
– Low-cost phone calls to any mobile and landline, no cell minutes needed
– Low-cost SMS to anyone and receive texts from any number all over the world
– Unlimited free calls and texts between Dingtone friends
– Multiple phone numbers to choose from, if a 2nd line needed
– Ultra-clear voice quality with dedicated VoIP network
– Other awesome features such as caller ID, call block, call forwarding, voicemail, Walkie Talkie, etc.

“Following the recent developments in the Indian telecom market, millions of cellphone users are currently in a fix. Dingtone can be an excellent alternative for all of them because it allows them to make cheap even free calls to any mobile or landline phone number in over 200 countries,” says a spokesperson from Dingtone. “All they have to do is spend a little time doing things they love to do.”

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About Dingtone: Dingtone is a calling and texting app that allows users to make unlimited free phone calls, send free text messages, and instantly share pictures, videos, and your location with friends, family members and other Dingtone users. The app also provides a free second phone number for calling, texting, and picture messaging in everyday situations.

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Can You Stop Technology from Becoming Disposable?

Keeping up with the rate at which technology is evolving is not an easy task.

It is becoming impossible to own the latest phone, laptop or MacBook because a newer version is always just around the corner. Technology is therefore fast approaching the point of becoming disposable. Because of this, people are taking less care of their technology, safe in the knowledge that they can just replace it with a newer model.

Even quick and easy fixes have become too much hassle; something as simple as replacing a worn hard drive and recovering the data on it will be too hard for some people who will swiftly decide to abandon the perfectly serviceable machine in favor of purchasing a new one. This is a costly and wasteful solution.

If you have a quick trigger finger when it comes to abandoning your tech, follow these 3 steps to hopefully stop you from throwing out another laptop this year:

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Malware and viruses are not new, but as technology evolves, so do they. Simple changes in the way you protect your sensitive data can stop your computer from getting hacked and destroyed from within. Change your passwords regularly: having the same password for everything might be a helpful way for you to remember, it but it also puts your security at risk. Be sure to include numbers, upper and lower case letters and make it a minimum of 9-letters long.

  • Make Do and Mend

No longer just a phrase for darning your holey socks, mending your technology is the best way to stop you from having to shell out for something new. Is your laptop two years old and the hard drive has started making unusual noises? Don’t automatically assume the worst. Firstly, hard drives have a longer life than most tech users assume, and secondly, there are services such as Secure Data Recovery Services that can assist you in solving the Disposal

Technology doesn’t have to become disposable. In a climate that is currently focused on becoming — and remaining — sustainable, the rate at which you use and dispose of anything, including tech, will become crucial. Is it vital for you to have the latest phone model when yours still performs perfectly well? Have you protected your laptop from anyone snooping on the public Wi-Fi? Simple and basic prevention can go a long way.