In a recent survey conducted by research firm Superbrands , UK voted Google as the top brand in the country. Google pushed out the BBC to claim the top spot. Google is the only brand in the top 50 which was established post 1990 while the average age in this segment is close to 90 years.
Microsoft was second followed by the BBC and BP (3rd & 4th) , In 5th came Glaxo, followed by Roll Royce in 6th. The others were :-
7th – Financial Times
8th – British Airlines
9th – fedex
10th – Hertz
A friend of mine told and then subsequently showed me that the IRCTC site allows users upto a maximum of 10 active transactions a month. By active, it means 10 tickets which have been purchased are are “active”…or to put it in another way..confirmed. In order to do more transactions one needs to cancel some of the existing tickets. Hence if you are at 10 and want to book 2 more, then you need to cancel 2.
The canceled tickets need to reflect in your account under the “Booked ticket” section of the site. This was proven by a simple test of canceling one yesterday, today it got reflected in the section and one was able to book another ticket…
While individual consumers would not really be hassled , 10 is a pretty high limit,unless you live on a train, what does this mean for travel/tour operators who probably do transactions in multiple of this number daily…?