New Topical eprobe Research Reports on Indian Telecommunications Markets Published by

01 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New Topical eprobe Research Reports on Indian Telecommunications Markets Published by

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand eprobe Research reports on Indian telecommunications markets have been added to its catalogue.

India Mobile Value Added Services Market. Currently, India’s mobile value added services (MVAS) market is dominated by text messages (SMS) as enterprises use this channel to promote their products and reach out to the maximum possible target customers. Further, mobile music, with its two applications – ringtones and caller ring back tones – provides lucrative opportunities to content providers. The mobile music market is so attractive that handset manufacturers are introducing phones specifically meant for music buffs. The report provides true insights into India’s MVAS market, covering major players, market size and share, revenue analysis, future trends and key market opportunities …

Telecommunications Services Market in India. India’s teledensity, or telecom penetration, of 47.6% in FY10 is amongst the lowest in the world, with the urban teledensity being over 100% and rural teledensity standing at 21.2%. The Indian government has taken certain policy initiatives, expected to improve the rural teledensity and bridge the rural-urban gap in teledensity. The creation of the Universal Service Obligation Fund is one of these measures. The report features the Indian telecom industry dividing it into two major segments – wireline and wireless cellular services, also touching upon internet and broadband services. SWOT and PEST analyses, future outlook are also provided …

Indian Mobile Phone Industry Foreign Players vs Indian Players. The Indian telecommunications market ranks third highest for the amount of FDI attracted, and the amount invested in the telecommunications sector broadly has been more than double each consecutive year. Presently, barring a few like Nokia, LG and Samsung, not many handset companies manufacture in India, even though there are about 12 million new subscribers being added every month. However, several Indian handset companies, like Spice, Micromax, Lava, HTC, etc., have already announced their plans to establish manufacturing bases in the country. The study gives a full coverage of the Indian mobile phone industry, covering top foreign and Indian market players, competitive landscape, key market drivers and challenges, SWOT and PEST analyses …

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