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Huge Discounts On iPhone 12, iPhone 13 From Apple iStore, Reliance Digital – Don’t Miss the Deal

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Huge Discounts On iPhone 12, iPhone 13 From Apple iStore, Relience Digital, And Vijay Sales; Don't Miss the Deal

Today when someone says “Apple“, the American-tech giant Apple’s logo comes first in mind, not the Apple fruit. Even if you just search “Apple” on Google, you’ll get the results about Apple Inc. Founded by Steve Jobs, and Steve Wozniak, the California-based electronic device maker ranks top in terms of “Most Valuable Brands Worldwide”.

Be it innovation, cameras, or super smooth functioning, apple’s devices are consistently ruling the tech market across the world. In the handset market, the company’s iPhones have a separate fan base.

So if you are planning to buy a new iPhone, then this time can prove to be right for you. Apple iStore India, Reliance Digital, and Vijay Sales are offering huge discounts and lucrative deals on iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.

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iPhone 12 For Just ₹39,900

Under Apple iStore’s limited-time offer iPhone 12 can be yours for just ₹39,900. Launched in 2018, iPhone 12 with 4GB RAM + 64 GB ROM is currently priced at ₹65,900 on Apple iStore, however, there’s a ₹5,000 flat discount available which makes the price ₹61,900. You can get ₹4,000 more cashback if you order the phone with HDFC Debit or Credit card.

Apple iStore India’s exchange offer can help you make this price even lower. As per the official apple website, iPhone XR with 4GB RAM + 64G GB ROM can help you get a ₹18,000 more discounts, which can make the price of the iPhone even lower than ₹39,900.

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Affordable iPhone 13

Electronics retail companies Reliance Digital And Vijay Sales are offering an instant discount of Rs 6,000 on the purchase of Apple’s most recently launched smartphone iPhone 13 priced at ₹73,900. One can also grab more discounts with cashback and discounts on HDFC bank cards. There is an ₹1500 instant discount on non-EMI transactions while EMI transactions offer ₹3,000 off. The store also has an exchange offer depending on the condition of the phone being exchanged.

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Vijay Shekhar Sharma quits as Paytm Payments Bank Chairman, Board member (Lead)

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Vijay Shekhar Sharma quits as Paytm Payments Bank Chairman, Board member (Lead)

New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANS) Leading financial services company Paytm announced that its founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma has stepped down as Non-Executive Chairman and Board Member of Paytm Payments Bank Ltd (PPBL) as the RBI ban on the bank’s operations nears. PPBL has reconstituted the Board with new members from various backgrounds such as Central Bank of India and Bank of Baroda.

The newly appointed Board members, including Central Bank of India’s former Chairman Srinivasan Sridhar, retired IAS officers Debendranath Sarangi and Rajni Sekhri Sibal, and Bank of Baroda’s former Executive Director Ashok Kumar Garg, will lead PPBL’s future business following the RBI ban on bank operations from March 15. They have joined as Independent Directors after One 97 Communications Ltd withdrew its nominee from the Board.

“The company supports PPBL’s decision to have a board with only Independent and Executive Directors by removing its nominee. Vijay Shekhar Sharma has also resigned from the Board to enable this transition,” said the company in a filing. The central bank extended the deadline for PPBL to stop accepting deposits to March 15, from the previous date of February 29.

Despite the changes, Paytm reassured its users that its mobile app, QR code, Soundbox, and Card Machine will remain operational even after March 15. Surinder Chawla, MD and CEO at Paytm Payments Bank, welcomed the new Board members, calling it a significant step forward in PPBL’s journey.

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New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANS) Financial services company Paytm announced on Monday that Vijay Shekhar Sharma has resigned as the Non-Executive Chairman and Board Member of Paytm Payments Bank Ltd (PPBL). The company reconstituted the Board with new members due to Central Bank of India’s former Chairman Srinivasan Sridhar replacing Sharma.

The PPBL’s new Board members include retired IAS officers Debendranath Sarangi and Rajni Sekhri Sibal, along with Bank of Baroda’s former Executive Director Ashok Kumar Garg. Paytm stated, “OCL withdraws its nominee from the Paytm Payments Bank Board and Vijay Shekhar Sharma steps down as Part-Time non-executive Chairman and Board member,” in a BSE filing.

With the RBI ban on PPBL’s operations starting from March 15, the future business operations of the bank will be governed by the reconstituted Board of One 97 Communications Ltd (OCL). The restructuring of the Board aims to ensure smooth operations and compliance with regulatory requirements in the future.

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SK Telecom, global telcos to form AI language model joint venture

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SK Telecom, global telcos to form AI language model joint venture

Seoul, Feb 26 (IANS) SK Telecom, South Korea’s leading mobile carrier, announced plans to establish a joint venture with global mobile carriers to develop large language models (LLMs) for telecommunications companies. The joint venture will include SK Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, e& Group, Singtel, and Softbank, aimed at improving customer interactions through digital assistants and chatbots.

During the Global Telco AI Alliance’s inaugural meeting at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2024, SK Telecom revealed its strategy to collaborate on developing LLMs tailored for telcos. The joint venture will focus on creating multilingual LLMs optimized for Korean, English, German, Arabic, and Japanese, with the potential to expand to more languages in the future.

With an estimated global customer base of 1.3 billion across 50 countries, including SK Telecom’s 31 million subscribers and Deutsche Telekom’s 250 million subscriptions, the joint venture aims to enhance efficiency in telco operations. SK Telecom’s CEO Ryu Young-sang stated, “Our ultimate goal is to discover new business models by redefining relationships with customers,” highlighting the significance of tailored LLMs for the telecommunications industry.

The joint venture’s mission aligns with the increasing demand for personalized customer interactions in the telco sector. By leveraging the expertise of multiple global mobile carriers, the collaboration seeks to revolutionize customer service through advanced language models. Stay tuned for further developments on this groundbreaking initiative in the telecommunications industry.

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