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Bharti Airtel chairman Sunil Mittal says telecom tariff hike needed as pricing is 'unsustainable'
Business

Bharti Airtel chairman Sunil Mittal says telecom tariff hike needed as pricing is 'unsustainable'

Mittal, who has time and again drawn attention to the high taxes and levies in the sector, said it is important for the telecom industry to be sustainable as it is "high capital-intensive"

Bharti Airtel to gain at cost of Vodafone Idea as it has better balance sheet strength, say brokerages
Business

Bharti Airtel to gain at cost of Vodafone Idea as it has better balance sheet strength, say brokerages

Bharti Airtel expects industry revenues to start growing again due to recent tariff hikes, and expects industry revenues to surpass $50 billion (timeline unspecified) as opposed $30 billion at present, per company.

Bharti Airtel's Q2 mobile services revenue up 7% to Rs 10,981 cr y-o-y; ARPU slips in September quarter
Business

Bharti Airtel's Q2 mobile services revenue up 7% to Rs 10,981 cr y-o-y; ARPU slips in September quarter

Airtel's average revenue per user (ARPU) for mobile services—a key metrics for telecom companies—slipped marginally to Rs 128 against Rs 129 in the previous sequential quarter

Why falling mobile subscriber base is good for Indian telcos
Business

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.

Mobile subscriber base likely to touch 696 million in 2012
Economy

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.

Technology's Response To Reducing ARPU
Biztech

Technology's Response To Reducing ARPU

Nitin Bhat, Partner And Head Of Consulting, APAC- Frost & Sullivan explains how technology can help telcos improve on the revenue from data services.

For telcos, consolidation looks to be the way to go
Business

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.