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Airtel SmartRecharge Gives You 10x More For Voice Calls and Data

It’s very difficult not to fall into this temptation right now because it is so enticing…everyone loves awoof most especially if there is no any limitation to it. The awoof stuffs have been seeing of late is majorly for new customers but this offer, is for old and new customers.

Airtel smartRecharge is a new offer from the Airtel NG that gives you 10 times more on your recharge for voice and data. Unlike Airtelsmart connect 2.0 that gives 6x more on the amount you are recharging.

For instance, if you recharge N100, you’ll get N500 for calls and N500 for data. A recharge of N200 will give you N1000 for calls and N1000 for data.
N500 recharge give N2000 for calls, N3000 for data plus extra N3000 for data. While N1000 recharge will give you a whooping N2500 for calls, N7500 for data plus extra N7500 for data. The more you load the more bonuses you get for calls and data.

Now you understand what I’m saying that this smartRecharge is absolutely enticing and the good part of it is that it…

Chinese scientists make breakthrough in replacing WiFi with LiFi

Chinese scientists have made a breakthrough in creating full-color emissive carbon dots (F-CDs), which brings them one step closer to developing a faster wireless communication channel that could be available in just six years.

According to Wikipedia, Li-Fi is a bidirectional, high-speed and fully networked wireless communication technology similar to Wi-Fi.

Light Fidelity, known as LiFi, uses visible light from LED bulbs to transfer data much faster than radio wave-based WiFi.

While most current research uses rare earth materials to provide the light for LiFi to transmit data, a team of Chinese scientists have created an alternative -- F-CDs, a fluorescent carbon nanomaterial that proves to be safer and faster.

"Many researchers around the world are still working on this. We were the first to successfully create it using cost-effective raw materials such as urea with simple processing," said Qu Songnan, an associate researcher at Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics an…