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Telecom industry in India has undergone a revolution during the past few years with tremendous growth in the telecom subscriber base. Additionally, the country’s telecom industry is one of the fastest growing and one of the largest telecommunication networks in the world. With the ongoing investments into infrastructure deployment, the country is projected to witness high penetration of Internet, broadband, and mobile subscribers in near future.
According to our new analytical study on the sector “Indian Telecom Analysis (2008-2012)”, mobile telephony continues to fuel growth in the Indian telecom sector with mobile subscriber base projected to grow at a CAGR of around 6.6% during 2011-12 - 2014-15. Other segments of the industry, like Internet are also anticipated to witness strong growth in terms of both subscriber addition and network infrastructure deployment during the forecast period. Moreover, with the launch of 3G services, the country is expected to witness rapid surge in the broadband subscribers’ base during the coming years.
Tele-density in India has significantly improved during the past few years and has covered large portion of the country’s population owing to the improving network infrastructure. Further, launch of advanced telecom services, such as 3G and IPTV will also drive growth in the Indian telecom subscriber base during the forecast period. Moreover, mobile handset market is expected to register robust growth in near future. In this regard, our report provides rational analysis of the factors, which are driving the growth of mobile handset market in India. Additionally, various factors driving the overall telecom market have been thoroughly analyzed in the report.
Our report “Indian Telecom Analysis (2008-2012)” is an outcome of an extensive research and conceptual analysis of the telecom industry in India. The report provides a detail study of the Indian telecom sector and presents an analysis of the competitive environment prevailing in the industry. The report thoroughly studies fixed, mobile, Internet, and broadband markets in terms of both players as well as number of subscribers. It also presents the future outlook of the Indian telecom sector to help clients identify the growth opportunities in the market. Besides, the report covers the information of the key players in the Indian telecom industry along with their strengths and weaknesses.
Table of Contents :1. Analyst View2. Indian Telecommunication Market - An Overview3. India Telecom - Growth Drivers3.1 Foreign Direct Investment3.2 Declining Mobile Tariffs3.3 Government Initiatives3.4 Growing Handset Manufacturing Base3.5 Value-added Services4. Industry Performance and Future Outlook4.1 Fixed-line Telephone Market4.1.1 By Subscribers4.1.2 By Service Provider4.1.3 By Region (Rural and Urban)4.2 Mobile Telephone Market4.2.1 By Subscribers4.2.2 By Region (Rural and Urban)4.2.3 By Circle4.2.4 By Technology4.2.5 By Service Providers220.127.116.11 CDMA18.104.22.168 GSM4.2.6 Recent Developments4.3 Internet Services Market4.3.1 By Subscribers4.3.2 By Service Provider4.3.3 Recent Developments4.4 Broadband Services Market4.4.1 By Subscribers4.4.2 By Technology4.4.3 Recent Developments5. Areas of Opportunity5.1 IPTV Market5.2 Network Infrastructure5.3 3G5.4 WiMAX5.5 Semiconductor Industry5.6 Mobile Handset Market5.7 Mobile Number Portability6. Key Players6.1 Bharti Airtel Ltd.6.2 BSNL6.3 Vodafone Essar Ltd.6.4 MTNL6.5 Reliance Communications Ltd.6.6 Tata Teleservices Ltd.6.7 Idea Cellular Ltd.6.8 Aircel
List of Figures:
Figure 2-1: Telecom Subscriber Base (Million), 2007-08 to 2010-11Figure 2-2: Rural and Urban Tele-density (%), 2008-09 to 2010-11Figure 2-3: Telecom Revenue (Billion Rs), 2008-09 to 2010-11Figure 3-1: FDI Inflow in Telecom Sector (Billion Rs), 2007-08 to 2009-10Figure 3-2: Number of Village Public Telephones (‘000), 2008-09 & 2009-10Figure 3-3: Mobile Value-added Services Revenue (Billion Rs), 2008-2010Figure 3-4: MVAS Revenue by Modes of Access (%), 2010Figure 4-1: Fixed-line Subscriber Base (Million), 2008-09 to 2014-15Figure 4-2: Fixed-line Subscriber Base in Rural and Urban Areas (Million), 2008-09 to 2010-11Figure 4-3: Mobile Subscribers Base (Million), 2008-09 to 2014-15Figure 4-4: Share of Mobile Subscribers in Rural and Urban Areas (2010-11)Figure 4-5: Mobile Subscriber Base by Circle (%), 2009-10Figure 4-6: Mobile Subscriber Base by Technology (%), 2010-11Figure 4-7: CDMA Subscriber Base by Service Provider (%), 2009-10Figure 4-8: GSM Subscriber Base by Service Provider (%), 2009-10Figure 4-9: Internet Subscriber Base (Million), 2008-09 to 2014-15Figure 4-10: Internet Subscriber Base by PSU and Private ISP (Million), 2007-08 to 2010-11Figure 4-11: Broadband Subscriber Base (Million), 2008-09 to 2014-15Figure 4-12: Broadband Subscriber Base by Technology (%), 2010Figure 5-1: Forecast for Telecom Network Towers (‘000), 2011-2013Figure 5-2: Telecom Network Towers by Vendors (%)Figure 5-3: Forecast for Semiconductor Consumption by Industry (%), 2011Figure 5-4: Semiconductor Market (Billion US$), 2008-2011Figure 5-5: Mobile Handset Sales (Million), 2009-10 & 2014-15Figure 5-6: Share of Major Players in Mobile Handset Market (2009-10)
List of Tables:
Table 3-1: Reduction in Tariffs for Long Distance Services (%), 1st May 1999 to 31st Mar 2010Table 3-2: Mobile Device Usage (%), 2010Table 4-1: Fixed-line Subscriber Base by Service Provider (Million), 2008-09 & 2009-10Table 4-2: Market Share of Major Internet Service Providers (2010)Table 6-1: Bharti Airtel Ltd. - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-2: BSNL - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-3: Vodafone Essar Ltd. - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-4: MTNL - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-5: Reliance Communications Ltd. - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-6: Tata Teleservices Ltd. - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-7: Idea Cellular Ltd. - Strength and WeaknessTable 6-8: Aircel - Strength and Weakness
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