Indian mobile market has undergone a revolutionary change during the past few years to become one of the leading mobile markets on the global map. Wireless teledensity has also risen to the level of around 68% at the end of FY 2011, however still there is a vast scope for further improvement due to a wide gap in teledensity between urban and rural areas. Our research anticipates that, the deployment of 3G services on a national scale will play a vital role in bridging this huge gap. According to our new research report “India 3G Market Forecast to 2014”
, the number of 3G mobile subscribers is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 88% during 2011 - 2014.
According to our research, the country will witness a growing market for 3G services amongst all categories of users in the existing subscriber base. It will also prove to be revolutionary for increasing broadband penetration in the country, especially in rural areas, which is restricted due to inadequate infrastructure.
Further, our report discusses the direction, in which, the 3G services market in India is likely to move in near term. The report also features forecast for 3G revenue, 3G mobile subscribers, 3G broadband subscribers, 3G enabled handsets, and 3G enabled modems and several other factors crucial to the future developments of the industry. Besides, our report provides a detail analysis on market potential of content development & management, and benefits of infrastructure sharing amongst market players.
“India 3G Market Forecast to 2014”
, provides latest developments in the 3G services market of India. Besides, the report analyzes the market opportunities critical to further growth and their impact on the tourism sector. Additionally, the report features business description of key players along with their recent developments to provide balanced research outlook of the 3G services market. It also sheds light on the emerging market trends, which are expected to decide the future of the 3G services in the country.
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