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India is the world’s second-largest telecommunications market, with 898 million subscribers as on March 2013. The sector's revenue grew by 13.4 per cent to reach US$ 64.1 billion in FY12.
The Indian mobile phone market is highly competitive with more than 150 device manufacturers trying to attract the consumers with their schemes and offers. Most of these producers focus their efforts on the low-cost feature phone market, which constitutes over 91 per cent of overall mobile phone sales, offering a huge scope for growth.
The GSM incumbents—Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular—have jointly crossed 70 per cent in revenue market share and had a 99.6 per cent share of the incremental revenues during the June 2013 quarter, as per the latest figures released by TRAI.
The Government of India's decision to allow 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in telecommunication sector will enable foreign telecommunication companies to buy out their Indian partners. At present, India permits up to 74 per cent FDI in the sector - 49 per cent through the automatic route and the rest after Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) approval.
The Government has recently given its nod to 74 per cent of FDI in DTH, IPTV, and mobile TV
Mobile tariffs in India are the second lowest in the world after Bangladesh. The share of telecom services (excluding postal and miscellaneous services), as a percentage of the total GDP of the country, has increased from 0.96 in 2000–01 to 3.78 in 2009–10.
Urban teledensity is approximately 4.4 times higher than rural, showing the digital divide that exists in India In a wide-ranging report covering the growth of the telecom sector in the country, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has credited the ultra-low cost of handsets and low tariffs for the boom in the telecom…...

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