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The Indian telecom industry could finally come down to four players."
are effectively facing ban and imports from other countries will further escalate the equipment costs for the Indian telecom industry.<br /><br />Hopes are still abound that the companies may go for consolidation or share their networks in 3G spectrum when the mobile number portability (MNP) is implemented in near future.&nbsp; Aided with 3G spectrum, the real telecom war will unleash another wave of poaching subscribers from rivals while smaller players may be pushed to enter into network alliances.&nbsp; <br /><br />Otherwise, two invisible but real winners have emerged from the bid process.
Quippo Telecom Infrastructure Ltd (QTIL) enjoys a significant presence in Indian telecom industry as 1st independent tower rental company.
The cellular telephony segment has emerged as the fastest growing segment in the Indian telecom industry. In fact, the segment achieved a landmark in FY03, when for the first time, more cellular subscribers were added than fixed line subscribers.
Ericsson India has been offering a complete spectrum of solutions to the Indian telecom industry for close to 100 years and contributed to its growth and development.
"The year gone by saw unprecedented consolidation in the Indian telecom industry with five operators ceasing to exist either on account of mergers or outright shut down of operations.
In reality, the disruption by Jio has caused severe damage to the stalwarts of the Indian telecom industry - Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular.
9 -- The Indian telecom industry has been one of the fastest growing sectors in the country.
"With the Indian telecom industry now heading for a phase of consolidation, with smaller operators shutting down or scaling down their operations and easing off hyper-competitive pressures, this will help pricing power move back to serious, long-term and pan-India scale operators and positively impact profitability."
The government taxes on local telecom industry are 52 percent higher than the Indian telecom industry. If Pakistan takes measures to decrease this difference then the telecom sector growth will reach new heights in a couple years.
The Indian telecom industry registered the highest number of subscriber additions at 15.84 million in March 2009, setting a global record.