Delhi, India (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- Indian government has almost finalized its policy on issuance of 3G spectrum and the auction is expected to take place in the next fiscal 2009-10. Once allocated, India will see huge investment in its telecom market for commercial rollout of 3G telecom services in the country. At present, only two PSUs, BSNL and MTNL, have been allowed by the government to rollout 3G services across the country.
The move of Indian government to allow foreign operators to directly bid for 3G frequencies is likely to intensify the competition in the market. Operators are mulling their strategies to get a chunk of the market which is still in its deployment stage. 3G spectrum has four-five times higher voice capacity than 2G spectrum, which could play a critical role in overcoming the limited availability of 2G spectrum.
According to our new research report, âIndian 3G Mobile Forecast to 2012â, Indian 3G subscriber base is forecasted to reach over 50 Million by 2012. The total number of mobile subscribers crossed 340 Million mark in 2008 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 14% till 2012 to reach 650-660 Million subscribers. 3G will account for around 7-10% of the total mobile subscriber base.
â3G services have an immense growth potential but one really has to look at the factors which are critical to the projected growth in near futureâ, says a Research Analyst at RNCOS.
The report further says that the growth will be mainly driven by developing the right mix of price plans, services, content and devices available for the mass market, along with seamless integration between device, service and applications.
âIndian 3G Mobile Forecast to 2012â comprises of extensive research and thorough analysis on the burgeoning 3G market in India. It discusses the current performance of Indian telecom market and helps clients to identify areas of opportunity. The report also gives future projection on number of mobile subscribers, internet subscribers, broadband subscribers, 3G-enabled mobile subscribers, 3G broadband subscribers, 3G enabled handsets and 3G-enabled modems/data cards.
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