-Indian-Telecom-Industry

Views:
 
Category: Entertainment
     
 

Presentation Description

No description available.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Slide 1: 

Telecom Industry in India Aniket Bushal IPER PGDM

Contents : 

Contents Introduction Major Players Subscriber & Market Share Subscriber Growth Growth of Telecom Industry Wireline Wireless Internet Prospects and Problems Conclusion

Slide 3: 

The total wireless subscriber base {GSM, CDMA} stood at 391.76 million at the end of financial year. Wire line subscribers on 31st March 2009 was 37.96 million. More than 10 million subscribers were added every month. There were 13.54 million internet subscribers on 31st March 2009 as compared to 11.09 million on 31st March 2008. The number of broad-band connections on 31st March 2009 was 6.22 million compared to 3.87 million for the same period during previous year. *Source : http://www.trai.gov.in/ Annual Report Introduction to Indian Telecom Industry – Recent facts & figures

Slide 4: 

Basic Services Operators BSNL MTNL Major Players in different segments of Indian telecom industry Reliance TTSL GSM Services Operators Airtel Vodafone Idea Reliance TTSL BSNL CDMA Services Operators Reliance Internet Services Operators BSNL MTNL Reliance TTSL BSNL Airtel TTSL – Tata Teleservices Ltd. MOBILE SERVICES BSNL – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. MTNL – Mahanagar Telecom Nigam Ltd.

Subscribers (Rural & Urban) & Market share (GSM & CDMA) - 2009 : 

Subscribers (Rural & Urban) & Market share (GSM & CDMA) - 2009

Growth of Subscriber base from 1999 to 2009 : 

Growth of Subscriber base from 1999 to 2009

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector : 

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector Wirelline Subscriber in Million

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector : 

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector Wireless Subscriber in Million

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector : 

Growth of Indian Telecom Sector Internet Subscriber in Million

Slide 10: 

Fifth largest telecom network in the world; second largest among the emerging economies after China On an average, about 6–7 million new users added per month FDI limit increased. Problems: Lowest call tariffs in the world Market strongly regulated by Government body – Governing both ISP and Telecom sectors Low cost service providers – no possibility of breaking even in short term Prospects and problems of Indian Telecom sector

Conclusion : 

Conclusion World fastest growing wireless market Rural market is untapped market Decline in wireline subscribers Low cost market

Thank You : 

Thank You

authorStream Live Help