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  • 1. TELECOM INDUSTRY IN INDIA
  • 2. Pre liberalization
    • Historically telecom network in India was owned and managed by Government as it is considered as a strategic service. At that time the Telecom industry was monopoly in nature.
  • 3. Current Scenario in Telecom Industry
    •  India is 4 th largest market in Asia after China, Japan and South Korea.
    •  India is the 5 th largest in the world and 2 nd largest among emerging economies of Asia.
    • Contribution of telecom sector in terms of revenue is 2.1 % of GDP as compared to 2.8% in developed economies.
    • Lowest tariff charges in the world.
  • 4. REFORMS IN TELECOM SECTOR
    • Reforms in telecom sector began in 1980 with telecom manufacturing being opened for private sector followed by national telecom policy(NTP) in 1994 and 1999.
    • In 1990 telecom revolution in many countries which resulted in better quality of service with lower tariff rates force Indian policy makers to open up telecom sector for private players.
  • 5. POLICY REFORM PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3
  • 6. Phase-1
    •  The decade of 1980's saw private sector being allowed in telecommunications equipment manufacturing.
    • Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) and Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL) were formed.
    •  A telecom commission was set up to give focus to telecommunications policy formation
  • 7. Phase-2
    •  In 1990s, telecommunications sector also benefited from the general opening up of the economy.
    • NTP 1994 was the first attempt to give a comprehensive roadmap for the Indian telecommunications sector.
        • Availability of telephones on demand (targeted by 1997)
        • Universal service covering all villages and one pco per 500 persons in urban areas at the earliest (targeted to be achieved by 1997)
        • Telecom services at affordable and reasonable prices
  • 8. Phase- 3
    •  NTP 1999 brought in the third generations of reforms in the Indian Telecommunications sector.
    •  FDI increase from 49% to 74%.
    •  Internet telephony in 2002.
    •  Launch of cdma technology.
    •  3-6 operator in each circle.
    •  Intra circle merger guidelines.
    •  Broadband policy 2004.
  • 9. Declinging Tariff – Rising Revenue
  • 10. MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM SECTOR- 2010 Service provider No of subscribers CDMA No of subscribers GSM Reliance 1.5CR 11.35CR Tata 2.35CR 7.25CR Airtel 14.45CR MTNL 24.98LAC Bsnl 7.98CR Vodafone 10.35CR Idea 6.58CR Aircel 2.35CR
  • 11. MARKET SHARE MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM SECTOR
  • 12. Net Sales(₹Cr)- 2010
  • 13.
    • TRAI is the regulatory authority for telecom sector in India.
    • The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India was established on 20 February 1997 by an act of parliament called "Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act 1997".
    • The mission of TRAI is to create and nurture an environment which will the enable quick growth of the telecommunication sector in the country
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    •  Airtel was Established in 1985, Bharti (Airtel) has been a pioneering force in the Telecom Sector.
    •  Bharti Airtel is one of India's leading private sector providers of telecommunications services
    •  An aggregate of 15,00,00,000 customers in that 13,00,00,000 are under GSM (Global System for
    •  MobileCommunications) mobile and 1,656,031
    • broadband & telephone Customers.
    •  Bharti airtel is planning to invest about $14 billion by the year 2013.
  • 16.
    • Wireless Services
      • 2G/3G
      • Rural Market
      • Telemedia Services
      • Fixed Line
      • Broadband
      • DTH
      • Enterprise Services
      • Carrier
      • Corporate
      • Passive Infrastructure
      • Bharti Infratel
      • Indus Tower
    Different services available at airtel
  • 17. Chairman and Managing Director of Bharti Airtel, Sunil Bharti Mittal.
  • 18. Industry Analysis
  • 19. Challenges
    • India centric – Major revenues from India
    • Falling ARPU(Average Revenue Per User)
    • Intense Competition & Shortage of Bandwidth
    • New Players coming in India
    • Uncertain Economic conditions
    • Mobile Number Portability - upcoming Challenge.
  • 20. FUTURE PROSPECT OF TELECOM SECTOR
    • Telecom sector targets announced by Government of India
    •  650 million subscribers by 2013
    • 64.5 million broadband subscribers by 2013
    • Usage of internet based mobile services in More than 11,000 remote villages by 2015.
  • 21. THANK YOU