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  1. 1. 4 Pi – Pioneer Business HoldingsWELCOME TO AREVOLUTIONARY WORLD
  2. 2. 2Presentation Plan15Telecom Industry OverviewProduct & Business Plan3 About The Company4India – Prepaid Vs Postpaid Story2Live Story Board6 Technical Details and Support7 The Way Forward
  3. 3. 3Presentation Plan15Telecom Industry Overview34267
  4. 4. 4Indian Telecom Industry – A Lucrative OptionThe Indian telecommunications industry is one of the fastest growing in theworld. The industry has witnessed consistent growth during the last year onthe back of rollout of newer circles by operators, successful auction of third-generation (3G) and broadband wireless access (BWA) spectrum, networkrollout in semi-rural areas and increased focus on the value added services(VAS) market.Indian Telecom Industry
  5. 5.  One of the fastest growing cellularmarkets in the world in terms ofnumber of subscriber additions –58.35 million (2011) Crossed total subscriber base ofabout 500 million by 2010 (i.e., morethan one phone for every household) Annual growth rate of the telecomsubscribers – 47 percent (2006–11) More GSM subscribers than fixed-linesubscribers Maximum Prepaid Users. Total telecom subscribers – 826.5million (June 2011) Tele density – 67.67 percent (June2011) from 19% in 2007 Number of new mobile subscribersadded every month – 13 million (June2011) ARPU for GSM – USD 6 per month Telecom equipment market – USD35,100 million (2010–11) Handset market – Rs 30,000Crore(2010–11)Indian Telecom Industry – Facts
  6. 6. 6Mobile telecom services provide an unprecedented growthopportunity for companiesMinutes of Usage per Month – Mobile ServicesMobile services have led to a spectacular growth in the Indian telecom industry. Currently, 12players are active in this segment.India has the second highest minutes of usageper month. This offers huge growth opportunityto telecom companies.
  7. 7. Facts and FigureThe Industry LandscapeMobile connections in India 583.234 millionPrepaid connections (90%) 524.901 millionAverage recharge permonth per personRs. 200Average recharge annuallyper personRs. 2400Total Recharge Industry Rs. 125978crore (1259 Billion)
  8. 8. 8Go-ahead tothe CDMAtechnologyINDIAPrivate playerswere allowed inValue AddedServicesNationalTelecom Policy(NTP) wasformulated199219941997Independentregulator, TRAI,was establishedNTP-99 led tomigration from high-cost fixed licensefee to low-costrevenue sharingregime199920002002BSNL wasestablishedby DoTILD services wasopened tocompetitionInternettelephonyinitiatedReduction oflicence fees2003Calling Party Pays(CPP) wasimplementedUnified AccessLicensing(UASL) regimewas introducedReferenceInterconnectorder wasissued2004Intra-circle mergerguidelines wereestablishedBroadbandpolicy 2004wasformulated—targeting 20millionsubscribers by20102005FDI limit wasincreased from49 to 74 percentAttempted toboost Ruraltelephony2006Number portabilitywas proposed(pending)Decision on 3Gservices (awaited)2007Department of Telecommunication (DoT) is the main body formulating lawsand various regulations for the Indian telecom industry.Various important regulations and laws have been passed inthe Indian telecom industry post-liberalisation eraILD – International Long Distance
  9. 9. 9Basic Services OperatorsBSNLMTNLMajor Players in different segments of Indian telecom industryRelianceTTSLGSM Services OperatorsAirtelVodafoneIdeaRelianceTTSLBSNLCDMA Services OperatorsRelianceInternet Services OperatorsBSNLMTNLRelianceTTSLBSNLAirtelMOBILE SERVICES
  10. 10. Major Players contribution-wise in Indian telecom industry
  11. 11. Urban Vs Rural India : Mobile phone connections
  12. 12. The declining ARPU implies that India Inc. is tapping a large market at the bottom of the pyramid byreducing tariffs; thereby, enhancing affordability.
  13. 13. 14Presentation Plan1534India – Prepaid Vs Postpaid Story267
  14. 14. Postpaid Vs Prepaid Market of Indian telecom industry
  15. 15. Prepaid Vs Postpaid demographics of Indian telecom industry
  16. 16. DTH Market share
  17. 17. DTH Vs Analog
  18. 18. 21Presentation Plan153 About The Company4267
  19. 19. Creating History Continuously.
  20. 20. First of all congratulations and warm welcome to thePBH. You are joining the company, which is going tocreate history in Telecom Industry.Do you know people all over the world are earningsubstantial amounts of money through sms from thecomforts of their homes.We have brought about a revolutionary concept thathas the power to radically change your life.Come lets join and see the History in making. Comeand Join PBH.History in Making……
  21. 21. The CompanyVISIONPBH’s Vision is to be theworlds best microtransaction servicecompany. Being the bestmeans providingoutstanding quality, service,and value, so that we makeevery customer smile.MISSIONPBH’s Mission is toorganize the worldsmost unorganizedbusinesses of handlingmicro transactions andmake it universallyaccessible and useful.
  22. 22. ABOUT-US4Pi Want To Activate 10 Lakh Shops Across India With in 2013.4Pi Has Enabled Each & Every Corner Shop To Get Into RechargeBusiness4Pi Maintains the Balance And Also Purchases in Bulk Quantities ToGive Its Network The Cost Advantages4Pi Places Purchase Order For All Mobile Recharge And DTH RechargeWith The Respective Service Providers
  23. 23. OVERVIEWThe retailer will witness a growth in sales as a result of and increased footfall in hisstoreReduce logistic and administrative issues and costs with easy and automaticreporting and reconciliationSingle point of contact for India wide distributionImprove use experience, in terms of availability of the TELCO’s offeringRelease new prepaid schemes “Offers” and reduce the “Time to Market”Reduces the potential for pilferage
  24. 24.  Low Commission and Heavy Investment making it nonlucrative for retailers to go in for this businessexclusively.(Almost all shops offering recharge facilities deal inhandsets accessories and others).An average investment of40000/- with a return of 3% on average monthly volume of45000/- making the pay back period over 3 years. Here comes the opportunity of this One MOBILE RECHARGEBUSINESS which requires an Investment of max. 2000/- (Rs1000/- for Kit, Rs 1000/- for minimum recharge balance .Market Opportunities
  25. 25. 28Basic Services OperatorsBSNLMTNLMajor Players in different segments that Star Network Caters :RelianceTTSLGSM Services OperatorsAirtelVodafoneIdeaRelianceBSNLDTHTTSL – Tata Teleservices Ltd.MOBILE SERVICESBSNL – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.MTNL – Mahanagar Telecom Nigam Ltd.TTSLVirginMTSAIRCEL
  26. 26. 29Presentation Plan15Product & Business Plan34267
  27. 27. Product Portfolio:
  28. 28. SMS Recharge Agent Send a specific SMS Format to Incoming Server. Just by sending sms recharge can happen. Server process the SMS and Send it to Recharge Server. Agent and Client receive Success / Failure Message from OutgoingServer.Recharge Method :
  29. 29. MOBILE RECHARGE DTH RECHARGECOMPANY NAME CODE COMPANY NAME CODEAIRTEL RA DISH TV DAAIRCEL RC TATA SKY DTVODAFONE RV BIG TV DBBSNL TOPUP( FOR BALANCE) TB SUN DIRECT DSBSNL RECHARGE(FOR VALIDITY) RB AIRTEL DTH RGMTS TM VIDEOCON(7 DIGIT) DVVIDEOCON(RECHARGE NORMAL) RE VIDEOCON(8 DIGIT) DHVIDEOCON(SPL RECHARGE) TERELIANCE( GSM & CDMA) RRIDEA RITATA DOCOMO TDTATA INDICOM RDVIRGIN(GSM) TDVIRGIN(CDMA) RDUNINOR(NORMAL RECHARGE) RUUNINOR(SPL RECHARGE) TURecharge Procedure :Sms : RAmobilenoAamt to Server Number
  30. 30. Easy and Simple Management:
  31. 31. 34Presentation Plan15342Live Story Board67
  32. 32. Mr. NarayananAn acute businessman withgreat depth and conceptualclarity. Has a passion aboutmaking things happen.Date of Joining 4Pi : 8th Jan2012Achievements : HighestRecharge in KAR Region( Hoskote).Live Story 1
  33. 33. Live Story 1 - PERFORMANCE GRAPH010000200003000040000500008th 10th 12th 14th 16th 18th 20th 22nd 24th 26thAxisTitleAxis TitleRecharge Value
  34. 34. Mr. Venkata SubbarayaduDecades on experience intravelling across Indiarepresenting various corporate.Date of Joining 4Pi : 22ndDec’2011Achievements : Highest Numberof Outlet Activation.( Shivamogga)Live Story 2
  35. 35. Live Story 2 - PERFORMANCE GRAPH05101520253035404521st23rd25th27th29th31st2nd4th6th8th10th12th14th16th18th20th22nd24th26thActivations41AxisTitleAxis TitleActivations
  36. 36. Mr. Basavaraj HudageDirector of Credit Co-Operative Bank, Bhalki.Also engaged in SocialNetworking Activities.Date of Joining 4Pi : 22th Jan2012Achievements : HighestOpening Day Activation( Bhalki)Live Story 3
  37. 37. Live Story 3- PERFORMANCE GRAPH024681012141st Day 5th DayActivationsActivations
  38. 38. Mr. Zahiruddin PashaWorked in SeveralCorporate Companies, nowrunning multiple businessesat Devadurga.Date of Joining 4Pi : 8th Jan2012Achievements : BestConsistent Performer inRecharge and Activation.Live Story 4
  39. 39. Live Story 4 - PERFORMANCE GRAPH05101520253025th28th31st3rd6th9th12th15th18th21st24thActivationsActivations02000400060008000100001200014000160001800025th1st8th15th22ndRecharge ValueRechargeValue
  40. 40. Total D in 40 Days Only in KARDBR Place DBR PlaceAnil Hassan Joshi HospetSubbaiah Shivamogga Basavaraj Hudage BhalkiKiran Chitradurga Swamy ChallakereNarendra Davanagere Basavaraj Wagmode GulbargaChannanagowda Bellary Veeranjaneya HadagaliMallikarjuna Gowda Koppal Venkatesh KoppalSanjay Jagirdar Bidar Sharan BidarIqbal Khan Gulbarga Amrutha Rao SedamMohd Haneef Kembavi Prasad SindhanoorMantrappa Manvi Zaheeruddin Pasha DevadurgaNarayan Hosakote Anil RamanagarPrashanth H B Halli Satish HumnabadGundappa Chincholi
  41. 41. Total Recharge Growth Day by Day in past 45 Days in Karnataka02000004000006000001 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27
  42. 42. Current Scenario – Multiple Mobile Phones for Multiple Brands
  43. 43. Current Scenario – Multiple Balances with Multiple Service ProviderMr. Sad
  44. 44. Current Scenario – Multiple Times Multiple S.P. Balance CheckMr. Sad
  45. 45. Current Scenario –Individual Mobile Battery CheckMr. Sad
  46. 46. Lets All Make More Money out of LessOne MobileOne BalanceMr. Happy
  47. 47. 62Presentation Plan153426 Technical Details and Support7
  48. 48. Our Server :Our Server is Connected to Several Local Server’s and these localservers are connected to the Distributor / Retailer’s Mobile’s
  49. 49. Recharge Flow Diagram
  50. 50. Our Software:
  51. 51.  Daily Service Provider-wise Sales Tracking Daily Purchase Tracking Daily Retailer-wise Sales Tracking Daily Distributor-wise Purchase Tracking Daily Number of PIN’s activated Daily Status Report Daily Suspense A/c Report Search RechargeOur Reports
  52. 52.  Service Provider-wise Sales Tracking In His Area Purchase Tracking In His Area Distributor-wise Purchase Tracking In His Area Distributor-wise Purchase Tracking In His Area Number of PIN’s activated by D His Purchase Report and StatusSDBR can Monitor :
  53. 53.  Service Provider-wise Sales Tracking Purchase Tracking Retailer-wise Sales Tracking Retailer-wise Purchase Tracking His Purchase Report and Status Number of PIN’s activated & Available Daily Status Report Daily Suspense A/c Report Search RechargeDBR can Monitor :
  54. 54.  Service Provider-wise Sales Tracking Purchase Tracking Search RechargeRetailer Can Monitor :
  55. 55. 70Presentation Plan1534267 The Way Forward
  56. 56.  All In One Mobile Recharge System Micro Finance Tablet PC Micro SD CardsPBH Existing Product Portfolio

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