Slowly, yet steadily, 3G is starting to work in India. Here are three reasons we believe 3G will pick up.
India’s telecom regulator has reduced the ceiling price that a provide can charge consumers while they are in roaming. With this, roaming charges are set to come down.
The recent demand, by Indian internet service providers that foreign tech companies like Facebook and Google must set up servers in India in the guise of protecting the Indian citizen’s privacy is such a sham!
The Mukesh Ambani led group is making its second coming into the Indian telecom sector and is the only provider to have pan India lisence for 4G service.
Tax authorities have dismissed the company’s appeals against an income tax bill of Rs 2,080 crore
Telecom Regulator Tells Spammers to Take A Hike [Blacklist Spammers; Imposes SMS Termination Charges]
The idea is to tighten the regulations to control Unsolicited COmmercial Communications. The subscriber sending such messages will be blacklisted.
3G service subscriber consumes about 434 MB of data at an average per month and 2G service subscribes consume 115 MB per month.
Basically to get a new connection, you don’t have to submit any papers to the operator. All you need to do is to walk into a retail shop which sells reliance connections and provide them with your Aadhaar details.
Increasing data consumption is a good sign for the Internet economy in India. This means more consumption and more opportunities to sell goods and services to the Internet enabled consumer.
The company 3G user base grew by 16.6% during the quarter compared to the third quarter of FY 2012-13.