Indian Telecommunication – connecting you, to anywhere, anytime.

In what could be considered as a transformational year for the Indian telecom sector, 2017 saw telcos consolidate like never before, with artificial Intelligence, drones and robots promising to fuel future demand for high-speed data. It may just be a matter of time before the industry moves forward by leaps and bounds.
1. Available international comparisons show that India has the second largest number of telephone subscribers in the world (among 222 countries). It is also one of the fastest growing in terms of telecom subscribers.

2. 1.2 billion or 92% of the population, is now a telecom user.

3. As per the data shared by TRAI, as on May 31, 2017, there are a total of 1204.98 million telecom users in India, out of which 1180.80 million.

4. Mobile tariffs in India are the second lowest in the world after Bangladesh.

5. 48.26 per cent of total wireless subscribers are capable of accessing data services/Internet on their mobile phones.

6. The telecom sector has received on average 8.2 per cent of total inward FDI between 2000–01 and 2010–11.

7. The share of telecom 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.

8. From 2001 to 2011, the total number of telephone subscribers has grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35 per cent.

9. Indian Telecom Industry will create 40 Lakh new jobs In 5 Years as per Randstad India.

10. Urban tele-density is approximately 4.4 times higher than rural.

Faster, smaller, and integrated is the essence of upcoming technological developments with go green being the target in the telecom infrastructure segment. In terms of speed, the next tech revolution which is being talked about among masses and experts is 5G.