Airtel Freedom Plan – 1p per sec

110 mn people across India use Airtel, making it the largest network in the country.
Airtel now introduces the Freedom Pack – Call any Airtel number anywhere in the country, local or STD at just 1p/ Sec and enjoy the advantage of being on Airtel
Pay per second plan available for all existing & New customers. Tariff details –
» All A2A local and STD calls at – 1p / sec
» All Airtel to other calls at – 1.2p / sec
» ILD / SMS / Roaming charges will continue at current tariffs and 60 sec pulse
» 1 year tariff validity

Freedom Plan has following constraints :

Freedom Plan cannot be combined with any other SVV. You can recharge with Freedom plan, however the benefit of your existing SVV will stop. Similarly, if you recharge with any SVV after taking the Freedom plan, the benefit of freedom plan will stop.

Freedom Plan cannot be combined with any other DA pack. In case you have free minutes in any DA account the same will continue till the free minutes get exhausted or the validity of free minutes is over.

If you are an existing Special 5 customer, for calls made to numbers added in your Special 5 group you will be charged at the Special 5 plan tariff (i.e A2A local@20p/min and A2A STD@50p/min). For all other calls you will be charged at theFreedom Plan tariff.

Circle Name Existing Customers New Customers
Himachal Pradesh
64 66
Delhi 94 99
Chennai 64 69
Andhra Pradesh
66 67
Karnataka 64 66
Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh
64 69
Punjab 94 97
Haryana 64 65
Mumbai 64 69
Uttar Pradesh W 64 69
Gujarat 76 82
Maharashtra 64 69
Kerala 64 67
Tamil Nadu
64 69
Kolkata 64 67
Uttar Pradesh E
64 69
West Bengal
64 67
Bihar and Jharkhand
73 74
Orissa 68 69
Rajasthan 70 71
Assam 75 77
North East
75 77
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Celebrate Diwali 2009

Cityrockz wishes you very happy దీపావళి(Diwali).

Diwali is one of the biggest festival of Hindus, celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness in India. The festival is celebrated for five continuous days, where the third days is celebrated as the main Diwali festival or ‘Festival of lights’. Different colorful varieties of fireworks are always associated with this festival. On this auspicious day, people light up diyas and candles all around their house. They perform Laxmi Puja in the evening and seek divine blessings of Goddess of Wealth. The festival od Diwali is never complete without exchange of gifts. People present diwali gifts to all near and dear ones.

Diwali means “Festival of Lights” it means “celebration of light over darkness, victory of good over evil, the burying of old ways and rekindling hope, joy, peace in the home and in the hearts of others.”

When Lord Rama went into exile for fourteen years and emerged victorious. The city was lit up with diyas to vanquish the bad and celebrate the victory of “man’s own ability to vanquish evil”.

We do Dhanteras or Diwali Pujan to Maa Laxmi in a quiet and peaceful way and prayer that she will bless us with peace and prosperity.
Lord Ganesha is worshipped as prayers to Lord Ganesha removes difficulties of any kind and restores dharma and right way of conduct once more. Lord Rama is also worshipped as he is the one who destroyed Ravana and restored victory of “Good over Evil”.

Diwali means many things to many persons.
It’s meaning to all is to “Live in Light” and to learn to love all and try to live in peace and harmony with all.

Lets Fire your crackers

Team CityRockz

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Bhanu Prakash Celebrating his birthday

Mr. Guttikonda Bhanu Prakash is celebrating his birthday.

Bhanu Celebrating his birthday
Bhanu Celebrating his birthday

Wish him a Very Happy birthday from CityRockz.

Hope he celebrate his wonderful movements of this life.

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Special Day 09-09-09 09:09:09

Celebrate the special Day at 09-09-09 09:09:09.

This day will appear once every 1000 years.

Have special plans this 09/09/09?

Everyone from brides and grooms to movie studio execs are celebrating the upcoming calendrical anomaly in their own way.

In Florida, at least one county clerk’s office is offering a one-day wedding special for $99.99. The rarity of this Sept. 9 hasn’t been lost on the creators of the iPod, who have moved their traditional Tuesday release day to Wednesday to take advantage of the special date. Focus Features is releasing their new film “9,” an animated tale about the apocalypse, on the 9th.

Not only does the date look good in marketing promotions, but it also represents the last set of repeating, single-digit dates that we’ll see for almost a century (until January 1, 2101), or a millennium (mark your calendars for January 1, 3001), depending on how you want to count it.

Though technically there’s nothing special about the symmetrical date, some concerned with the history and meaning of numbers ascribe powerful significance to 09/09/09.

For cultures in which the number nine is lucky, Sept. 9 is anticipated – while others might see the date as an ominous warning.

Math magic

Modern numerologists – who operate outside the realm of real science – believe that mystical significance or vibrations can be assigned to each numeral one through nine, and different combinations of the digits produce tangible results in life depending on their application.

As the final numeral, the number nine holds special rank. It is associated with forgiveness, compassion and success on the positive side as well as arrogance and self-righteousness on the negative, according to numerologists.

Though usually discredited as bogus, numerologists do have a famous predecessor to look to. Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and father of the famous theorem, is also credited with popularizing numerology in ancient times.

“Pythagoras most of all seems to have honored and advanced the study concerned with numbers, having taken it away from the use of merchants and likening all things to numbers,” wrote Aristoxenus, an ancient Greek historian, in the 4th century B.C.

As part of his obsession with numbers both mathematically and divine, and like many mathematicians before and since, Pythagoras noted that nine in particular had many unique properties.

Any grade-schooler could tell you, for example, that the sum of the two-digits resulting from nine multiplied by any other single-digit number will equal nine. So 9×3=27, and 2+7=9.

Multiply nine by any two, three or four-digit number and the sums of those will also break down to nine. For example: 9×62 = 558; 5+5+8=18; 1+8=9.

Sept. 9 also happens to be the 252nd day of the year (2 + 5 +2)…

Loving 9

Both China and Japan have strong feelings about the number nine. Those feelings just happen to be on opposite ends of the spectrum.

The Chinese pulled out all the stops to celebrate their lucky number eight during last year’s Summer Olympics, ringing the games in at 8 p.m. on 08/08/08. What many might not realize is that nine comes in second on their list of auspicious digits and is associated with long life, due to how similar its pronunciation is to the local word for long-lasting (eight sounds like wealth).

Historically, ancient Chinese emperors associated themselves closely with the number nine, which appeared prominently in architecture and royal dress, often in the form of nine fearsome dragons. The imperial dynasties were so convinced of the power of the number nine that the palace complex at Beijing’s Forbidden City is rumored to have been built with 9,999 rooms.

Japanese emperors would have never worn a robe with nine dragons, however.

In Japanese, the word for nine is a homophone for the word for suffering, so the number is considered highly unlucky – second only to four, which sounds like death.

Many Japanese will go so far as to avoid room numbers including nine at hotels or hospitals, if the building planners haven’t already eliminated them altogether.

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