Vodafone launches unlimited calling plan starting Rs 1,699

Telecom operator Vodafone today launched unlimited mobile phone calling plan on 3G and 4G post-paid customers at starting price of Rs 1,699 per month.

"The postpaid customer's usage behaviour has evolved significantly with higher usage of roaming and data. With the new Vodafone RED, we are offering our postpaid customers an all-in-one plan that addresses their roaming, data, and voice needs comprehensively," Vodafone India Director-Commercial Sandeep Kataria said in a statement.

Under the Rs 1,699 plan, Vodafone customers will get free incoming calls while roaming, unlimited voice calling and 6 GB of 3G or 4G data.               

Rooftop solar plants to help save water evaporation:Assocham Canal and dam-based rooftop solar plants can help in producing power and save 25 per cent of water evaporation losses in India, an Assocham-EY study today said.

Besides, higher maintenance cost comes with less or no cost of land and water and energy security are addressed simultaneously, it said.

These measures will lead to the development of a market where 100 per cent solar power can potentially be sold at the exchange, it added.                NCR Corp to move its R&D facility to new location in Hyd Omni-solutions provider NCR Corporation will move its R&D facility to a new location in Raheja Mindspace in Hyderabad by early 2017.

This new facility will be a global centre of excellence for NCR Corporation as part of its transformational journey towards leadership in the omni-channel evolution, a company statement said today.

"As we continue to build out our innovative, omni-channel architecture, the Hyderabad facility will play an important role as a strategic global centre for software development," 

Said Eli Rosner, company's senior vice president and chief technology officer for software solutions.

NCR's Hyderabad R&D center is one of NCR's largest software development centres and will remain a critical hub focused on developing innovative solutions for global markets.