Indian Mobile Industry

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Text Preview announces, a new market research report is available in its vast collection: Indian Mobile Phone Industry Foreign Players vs Indian Players

Telecommunications is considered the “key driver for development and growth” in the Indian economy as it has grown in leaps and bounds as a significant component of foreign direct investment inflows. The telecommunications sector 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.

At present, barring a few like Nokia, LG and Samsung, not many handset companies manufacture in India, even though there are close to 12 million new subscribers being added every month. However, several Indian handset companies have already announced their plans to establish manufacturing bases in the country. Some of these ambitious players are Spice, Micromax, Lava, HTC, Zen, Pine, Wynn Telecom and Karbonn.

Table of Contents :
Executive Summary
Emergence of Karbonn, Micromax, Lava, Zen, Maxx and Spice (Local Players) Industry Overview
Usage segment
Indian City Uses Social Networking maximum through its mobile phones Social networking site is most favoured by Indian Urban Mobile Subscribers Usage behavior trend
Trend 4: Multi-Sim Usage Is Hitting The Industry
Market Size
Mobile Subscriber Market Share as of 31.10.10
Wireline Segment Growth
Broadband Subscriber Growth
Market Structure & Segmentation
New, Emerging Vendors
Open Versus Closed
Types of Products /Services /Solutions
Market share
Key Players
Competition situation
Key Drivers
Key Challenges / Barriers
Special Industry Problems and Issues
Distribution System & structure
Key Distributors
Supply system – supply situation
Key Opportunities
Market Entry Strategy
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