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In the past decade, India has seen a veritable telecommunications revolution, which is the result of an effective regulatory and policy environment, coupled with an enterprising telecom industry. In ...
Enhancing their organisation’s telecom infrastructure to ensure flexible, transparent and always-on connectivity kept most enterprises busy in 2011. Enhancing their organisation’s telecom infrastructure ...
The past year was a challenging one for the Indian telecom sector. The past year was a challenging one for the Indian telecom sector. While declining profits, high debt burdens, regulatory uncertainty ...
The past year witnessed several significant developments in the Indian telecom sector, including the launch of 3G services, framing of the draft National Telecom Policy (NTP) and the regulator taking steps ...
In 2011, telecom equipment vendors focused on facilitating 3G network rollouts for operators and signed key managed service contracts. In 2011, telecom equipment vendors focused on facilitating 3G ...
The Indian telecom sector witnessed significant investments in the past year, both from domestic as well as foreign players. The Indian telecom sector witnessed significant investments in the past ...
7. Handsets and services launched in January 2012
Sales & Marketing - January 31, 2012
Mobile Devices Mobile Devices SICT Mobile has launched the SICT iV180 dual-SIM handset, priced at Rs 1,675. The handset supports several audio and video formats, and has 16 GB of external memory, ...
8. Industry Rewind: Will the new year bring new hope?
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
The 2G spectrum controversy notwithstanding, the Indian telecom sector achieved some significant milestones during 2011. The 2G spectrum controversy notwithstanding, the Indian telecom sector achieved ...
9. Strong Headwinds: A challenging year for key telecom operators
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
As the year 2011 drew to a close, the country’s teledensity crossed 75 per cent, as compared to below 5 per cent a decade ago. As the year 2011 drew to a close, the country’s teledensity crossed ...
10. Tough Times: New players wait for the tide to turn
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
The past year has been a turbulent one for telecom operators in India. The past year has been a turbulent one for telecom operators in India. For fledgling operators like Uninor, Sistema Shyam TeleServices ...
11. Stepping Up the Pace: Major regulatory initiatives in 2011
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
From a tussle with the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on the appropriateness of cancelling licences over non-fulfilment of norms to laying down the law for telemarketers, the Telecom Regulatory ...
As the Indian telecom sector moves away from the dominance of the voice segment and the urban market to explore the growth potential in the data segment and the rural sector, there has emerged a need for ...
13. Slow Start: 3G service uptake below expectations
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
It has been over a year since 3G services were launched in the country. It has been over a year since 3G services were launched in the country. The segment has progressed despite a slow service uptake. ...
14. Broadband Push: Aiming for higher speeds, greater momentum
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
With a broadband user base of 13.13 million as of November 2011, India now ranks thirteenth in the world in terms of overall subscriber numbers. With a broadband user base of 13.13 million as of ...
15. Tower Power: Focus on increasing tenancies
Trends and Developments - January 31, 2012
The telecom infrastructure industry has played a vital role in the fast-paced growth of wireless telephony. The telecom infrastructure industry has played a vital role in the fast-paced growth of ...
A few years ago, when operators started planning for an all-IP network transformation, it was widely believed that large IT companies would take over the role of the traditional vendors in maintaining ...
Growth between November and December 2011 Circle Operator Nov-11 Dec-11 Absolute change % change Metros Vodafone India 20,938,759 21,056,603 117,844 0.56 ...
January 2012 Unified Telecom Operators Subscriber base as on December 31, 2011 Operator/Circle Wireline Digital mobile Total Bharti ...
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