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Create Unlimited Amazon ID Without any Phone No. 100% Working

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Hey Guys Welcome to TechFlamez All About Technology and deals.Today i am gonna to show you how to make unlimited Amazon Id without any phone no.

Steps:-

1.first of all click on this  Link

2.Now Enter any Email Id or Phone No. and Check I am New User
   (use new email id that has never been used in amazon you can also use this link to get fake email id)
3.Then click on sign in using our secure server

4.
Fill you Name, Email-Id and Set a password as shown in In above Image
5.Then Click On Create Account
after that this page will open
But you don't need to fill anything just close this window .
6.Open Amazon and Sign in Using the Id Password that you used to sign up in Web Services.
that's it your Amazon account will be created and You can create more amazon id without any phone no. or email id.

Proof:-




Win a Redmi 4A, Dell Wireless Mouse, JBL Headphones, 20 Mobile recharges | Participate in MySmartPrice Contest

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Win a Redmi 4A, Dell Wireless Mouse, JBL Headphones, 20 Mobile recharges | Participate in MySmartPrice Contest:

Steps To Participate In Contest:-
1.First Of all Click On This Link 

2.Then Scroll Down and Click on Add To Chrome like This:
3.A Pop up will Appear then click on Add to chrome and then add extension.

4.Then Open Main Page Of Mysmarprice Contest And Click On refresh Page.

5.After Refreshing the page it look like this
6.Click On Buy now Button

7.A pop up will appear  then click on Grab The Deal.

8.Then Enter Your Name and Email Address and tick notify me then click on continue.

9.Login With Facebook Account  and Click on Enter Via Facebook

Do this to particiapte in 3 remaining contests.
If any questions about this leave comment





Amazon Prime Day Sale Tips for the Best Shopping Experience

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Amazon Prime Day sale is almost upon us and we pounce on the opportunity to talk about the best deals people can expect from Amazon India’s sale. This sale is only for Amazon Prime members, so now might be the best time to get a membership if you haven’t already. To discuss what you should buy and what you can skip during the Amazon sale, Gadgets 360’s online shopping enthusiasts Akhil AroraGagan Gupta, and Rishi Alwanijoin host Pranay Parab on this episode of Orbital. We start by talking about Amazon Prime Day - what it is and who it is for. Obviously this is a sale targeted solely at Amazon Prime members, but how is the service different in India compared with the US? We answer the question on the podcast. There are plenty of sceptics on Gadgets 360, and this group looks at Amazon Prime Day in the US in the years past and whether many of the deals on offer were actually good. For those of you too excited about this Amazon sale, this is the part of the podcast that urges you to tem…

20 New WhatsApp Features Introduced and Spotted in 2017

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WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the world, used by over 1.2 billion people worldwide and 200 million in India alone. Despite its success, the Facebook-owned company has not become complacent and always keeps the competition on its toes by releasing new features every few weeks. 2017, of course, saw the overhauled WhatsApp Status (an aping of Snapchat), but there have been many other small updates this year that didn't get as much attention.  From increased media sharing limit to video streaming, we take a look at all the new WhatsApp features released this year alone. While going down this memory lane, we’ve ranked features in the order that we feel made the most impact (or will make, if in beta) in user experience. 1. New revamped Snapchat-like Status feature Perhaps, one of the most important updates this year, the new Status feature was rolled out to all users globally in February. The new WhatsApp Status feature replaced the old text form of status to allow users…

LG Tone Active+ Review

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LG’s Tone Bluetooth headsets have been quite popular over the years, and with every new iteration, we’ve seen a slight refinement. The company announced its latest version called the Tone Active+, during IFA 2016 and it is now available in India at an MRP of Rs. 12,000. The Tone Active+ boasts of external stereo speakers, fitness monitoring, and dual microphones as its highlight features. It’s time to put them to the test. LG Tone Active+ design and features The LG Tone Active+, which bears model number HBS-A100, continues to use the same neckband design with retractable earbuds, which is still convenient for travelling. The device is supposed to be available in black or silver, but our unit was blue even though the box said black. The entire neckband is built from plastic, and the fit and finish around the joints is good. The buttons and switches also feel solid. The rear portion of the LG Tone Active+ uses a heavy rubber lining so it flexes easily when put it on or take it off your …

Moto E4 Plus vs Nokia 3 vs Xiaomi Redmi 4 vs Lenovo K6 Power

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Moto continues its smartphone launching spree as it gears up to release the Moto E4 Plus in India on July 12, its sixth handset in the country since March this year. The Moto E4 Plus is a budget smartphone with a 5000mAh battery, 3GB RAM option, and 13-megapixel rear camera, features that make it an attractive choice for those looking for a low-cost handset. However, considering how competitive the Indian smartphone market is, especially in the budget segment, the upcoming Moto handset will not have it easy, especially since it will go up against popular models such as Nokia 3, Xiaomi Redmi 4, and Lenovo K6 Power. If you are confused between the four, we take a look at their prices, best features, and the other key specifications to help you figure out which one to buy. Moto E4 Plus vs Nokia 3 vs Xiaomi Redmi 4 vs Lenovo K6 Power price The official Moto E4 Plus price in India will be announced at the July 12 launch event, but it is expected to fall in the Rs. 9,000-12,000 bracket for …

Popular Fitness Tracker Manufacturer Jawbone Shuts Down, CEO Launches New Start-Up

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The Indian government’s move to impose duty on mobiles could make it tougher for international brands competing in the country’s jam-packed smartphone market. The government announced its decision to levy 10 percent basic customs duty on imported smartphones, other unspecified electronics, and accessories last week, on the same day that Goods and Services Tax rolled out. The move is meant to foster growth of Indian companies and local ecosystem as part of the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, which has seen an increasing number of brands assemble their mobile phones and other electronics in the country. "The government seems to be in a 'walk the talk' mode, they have been fostering a local manufacturing environment in the country and have been mindful of the early investments that have been made into manufacturing in India by many corporate houses already," Rajesh Aggarwal, co-founder of Micromax said in a statement to Gadgets 360. "This also ensures tha…