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Why falling mobile subscriber base is good for Indian telcos

Sep 17, 2012

Why falling mobile subscriber base is good for Indian telcos

The recent approach by operators to boost ARPUs is a deviation from the approach they have so long taken of adding subscribers to their network. Industry experts say that this approach can only be beneficial for the operators as well as for subscribers. #WhyNow #Average revenue per user #telecom operators #Mobile users #Mobile subscriber base #Cellphone Operators Association of India
Mobile subscriber base likely to touch 696 million in 2012

Mar 27, 2012

Mobile subscriber base likely to touch 696 million in 2012

Total mobile services revenue in India is projected to reach $ 30 billion in 2016. The Average Revenue Per User began to stabilise in 2011. #Vodafone #NewsTracker #Communications in India #Communication #Average revenue per user #Mobile broadband
For telcos, consolidation looks to be the way to go

Jul 28, 2011

For telcos, consolidation looks to be the way to go

CRISIL, the credit rating agency, expects smaller players in the telecom space to find it hard to continue putting funds into expanding and building a better network. This might push them to the merger route instead. #Bharti Airtel #Vodafone #3G #inthespotlight #CRISIL #Bharti Enterprises #IDEA Cellular Limited #Average revenue per user

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For telcos, consolidation looks to be the way to go

Aug 24, 2014

Majority Of Smartphone Owners Download No Apps During The Average Month

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online If you haven’t downloaded a smartphone app in a while, you’re not alone, as new research from internet analytics firm comScore indicates nearly two-thirds of mobile device users download zero piece...
For telcos, consolidation looks to be the way to go

Aug 08, 2014

Runaway hit - 'Love/Hate' DVDs boost RTE's profits

The latest 'Love/Hate' DVD is flying off the shelves and sending profits at RTE's commercial arm soaring to €4.4m. In Ireland, last year, overall revenues from DVD sales fell by 30pc. However, people could not get enough of 'Love/Hate' gangster Nidge...