DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mgglwl/kinetics_of) has announced the addition of the "Kinetics of Indian Telecom Industry-2014" report to their offering.
This report presents the dynamics of Indian Telecom Industry compiled exhaustively titled Kinetics of Indian Telecom Industry-2014. The telecommunications sector plays an increasingly important role in the Indian economy. It contributes to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), generates revenue for the government and creates employment.
Demand side factors - ultra low cost of handsets, low tariffs and ultimately the ease of using a phone as well as supply side factors have made mobiles popular in India. The number of Internet subscribers has increased but the number of data subscribers far exceeds the former. The Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is the most favoured technology to access the Internet through the personal computer (PC). Other services like Village Public Telephones (VPTs), Public Call Offices (PCOs), and Public Mobile Radio Trunk Service(PMRTS) and Very Small Aperture Terminal Services(VSAT) show slower growth.
The data show that private providers dominate the four services including wireless subscriptions, data services, PMRTS and VSAT, while public service provi dominate the other sectors. Usage statistics also show that Indians talk more on the phone than their international counterparts. The revenue statistics show that service providers are earning 50 per cent of their revenue from calls and 8.3 per cent from Short Message Service (SMS). Ringtones form the dominant category of value-added services (VAS). The size of the VAS market is also growing over time.
Teledensity shows wide regional variations across states. There is widespread variation in broadband availability across regions too. However, the states are making efforts to improve their ICT abilities over time. The roles of three main agencies in the telecommunications sector - DoT (Department of Telecommunications), TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) and TDSAT (Telecommunications Dispute Settlement and Appellate Tribunal) - are an important aspect of the policy making and regulatory processes.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. India's Growth Story
3. Current Status of India's Telecom Sector
4. Trends in the Telecommunication Sector
5. Segments of Indian Telecom Sector
6. Policy and Regulatory Environment
7. Investment in the Indian Telecom Sector
8. Economic Impact of Indian Telecom Sector
9. SWOT Analysis of Important Players in Indian Telecom Sector
- Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)
- Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL
- Tata Indicom
- Reliance Communications
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