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[U-Blog] Mobile USSD Codes

 

Mobile USSD Codes – 2018 Complete Updated List to Check Balance, Plan and more

 

1) AIRTEL - Common and Daily Used USSD Codes

*123# - Airtel Balance & Validity Check

*121*1# OR Call on 12131 - Airtel Balance & Validity Check

*282# - Find Airtel Phone number

*121*2# OR Dial *121# and Enter 5 and Proceed - Airtel Data Balance Check

*121*7# and Proceed to 3 - Airtel Voice Calls Details Check

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[U-Blog] Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone vs Idea: The best recharge packs you can get this Republic Day

Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone vs Idea: The best recharge packs you can get this Republic Day

JIO vs Airtel

Network
Recharge Plan
Data Per day
Validity

JIO 
RC 149
1.5 GB
28 Days

Airtel
RC 149
1 GB 
28 Days

JIO 
RC 198
2 GB
28 Days

Airtel
RC 199
1.4 GB
28 Days

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[U-Blog] My Understanding About Data Entry Jobs In India

Information about Data Entry field and how the data entry jobs work?

The people who are not getting jobs in their core and seeking job from long time, it will be very helpful.

 

What is Data Entry?

Data entry is the process of entering specific data or information into an application or software hosted on a computer.

 

Or simply, it’s your work to update and maintenance of information on company databases and computer systems.

 

Data entry jobs are nothing but Non-Voice jobs.

 

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[U-Blog] My Experience with Data Entry Jobs in India

Hello all, my name is Rajasekhar and I am from Andhra Pradesh. Here I am sharing my job experience in Data Entry field or Non-Core.

 

I have done B.tech (CSE) in 2014, and went to Bangalore for job seeking. Days are going on but I am unable to get my core/right job. Basically I am from poor background, my parents will go to work on daily basis. So I don’t want to be a burden for them. Then I have decided to do part time job. Started searching part time jobs on social websites.

 

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Does Facebook give donations for sharing posts?

I get a lot of posts telling facebook will donate dollars if we share that post. But is it true? Will they really give? My experience is that if there is some contribution needed, they will declare it and even check with you if you would like to contribute as in the recent Nepal earthquake. 

I still don't know the answer for sure, so please comment if you know it for sure.

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