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COMPILED BY :- KUMAR  RAMA SHANKAR     HRD-09-6134
 Fourth largest telecom market in Asia after China, Japan    and south Korea.   Eighth largest in the world.   Market s...
Three types of players in telecom    services:   State owned companies    (BSNL and MTNL)   Private Indian owned compani...
   GPRS- enabled multimedia messaging, internet surfing and    mobile commerce.   3G mobile technology   There will be ...
   Indias largest telecommunications company by subscriber base,    which stood at 85.7 million in December 2008.   The ...
I-PHONE AND BLACKBERRY SERVICES
DIGITAL TV
Ad’s are focused mainly on selling their product andservice, no social message as such is conveyedthrough the ad’s
   Embarking on a multi-pronged strategy, including a    comprehensive customer retention programme.   Partnerships with...
    Decreasing ARPU and net profit margin offset by increasing    subscriber additions.   Regulatory charges are between...
STRENGTHS:                            WEAKNESESS:   Largest cellular provider       Airtel did not had its own    in Ind...
OPPORTUNITIES                                 THREATS   Airtel have done a tie-up with        Airtel and Vodafone seem  ...
RELIANCE COMMUNICATIONS:India’s second-largest wireless operator by subscriber base.Different services, viz.▫ Wireless▫ Gl...
VODAFONE:    The second largest telecom company in India in terms of    subscriber base    The company Vodafone Essar ha...
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  1. 1. COMPILED BY :- KUMAR RAMA SHANKAR HRD-09-6134
  2. 2.  Fourth largest telecom market in Asia after China, Japan and south Korea. Eighth largest in the world. Market size of over US $8 billion is expected to increase three fold by 2012. Broadly classified into a) Fixed line telephony and b) Mobile telephony.
  3. 3. Three types of players in telecom services: State owned companies (BSNL and MTNL) Private Indian owned companies (Reliance Infocomm, Tata Teleservices, Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular) Foreign invested companies (Vodafone, Escotel)
  4. 4.  GPRS- enabled multimedia messaging, internet surfing and mobile commerce. 3G mobile technology There will be a reduction in tariffs according to the Financial budget.
  5. 5.  Indias largest telecommunications company by subscriber base, which stood at 85.7 million in December 2008. The company has a 34.5% share of the wireless services market. VISION: By 2010, Airtel will be the most admired brand in India: a) Loved by more customers. b) Targeted by top talent. c) Benchmarked by more businesses
  6. 6. I-PHONE AND BLACKBERRY SERVICES
  7. 7. DIGITAL TV
  8. 8. Ad’s are focused mainly on selling their product andservice, no social message as such is conveyedthrough the ad’s
  9. 9.  Embarking on a multi-pronged strategy, including a comprehensive customer retention programme. Partnerships with companies that offer mobile entertainment and commerce services, domestic acquisitions. Customer life-cycle management system
  10. 10.  Decreasing ARPU and net profit margin offset by increasing subscriber additions. Regulatory charges are between 17% and 26% of total . Falling handset prices could increase wireless penetration rate in rural India. Rollout of 3G spectrum.
  11. 11. STRENGTHS: WEAKNESESS: Largest cellular provider  Airtel did not had its own in India, with 110 towers earlier which was a million customers particular strength of some overall. of its competitors such as Hutchison Essar, but now it has 100,000 towers. Supplies broadband and telephone services to both domestic and corporate customers. It has 1.5 million outlets in the world. Strategic alliances with- Sony-Ericsson, Nokia - and SingTel
  12. 12. OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Airtel have done a tie-up with  Airtel and Vodafone seem Google. to be having an on/off relationship. Global telecommunications and new technology brands: a) launch of Apple I-phone b) Partnership with  Bharti Airtel could also be Blackberry. the target for the takeover vision of other global Bharti Airtel is embarking on another joint venture with telecommunications players Vodafone Essar and Idea Cellular that wish to move into the to create a new independent Indian market. tower company called Indus Towers have control on 70% towers in India.
  13. 13. RELIANCE COMMUNICATIONS:India’s second-largest wireless operator by subscriber base.Different services, viz.▫ Wireless▫ Global▫ Broadband▫ InfrastructureRecorded 5 million subscribers in January 2009.BSNL/ MTNL: Third-largest wireless operator by subscriber base and along with government-owned MTNL provides wireless services in all 23 circles of India.
  14. 14. VODAFONE: The second largest telecom company in India in terms of subscriber base The company Vodafone Essar has its operations in 16 telecom circles of the country, which covers around 86% of the customer mobile base in India Economical and Value based services provided to the users as well as it has a good network range. IDEA CELLULAR: Operates in 11 circles. Customer base of over 17 million, covering approximately 45% of Indias population and over 50% of the potential telecom-market
  15. 15. •4G Technology:•Cloud Computing
  16. 16. THANK YOU!
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