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Enabling the next wave oftelecom growth in India
Industry inputs forNational Telecom Policy 2011
 
Enabling the next wave of telecom growth in India
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Enabling the next wave of telecom growth in India
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Foreword
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Ernst & Younghave collaborated on this deep review of the telecoms sector in India.The National Telecom Policy 1999 (NTP 1999) has served the sector in India for well
over a decade, in which time we have witnessed signicant changes in the socioeconomic
environment, technological advancements and business dynamics. The telecom industryin India is ready to take the next leap forward with new developments such as launch ofthird generation (3G) services by private operators, 3G and broadband wireless access(BWA) auctions, launch of mobile number portability (MNP), and the emergence of mobilecommerce (m-commerce). In the future, rural and semi-rural markets are expected todrive growth, especially in the wireless segment.The Ministry of Communications & Information Technology has released the100-day agenda for the Indian telecom sector, and announced formulation of anew and comprehensive National Telecom Policy 2011 (NTP’11). Therefore, thetime is ripe for a comprehensive review to build a forward looking and transparent policythat will be the backbone to achieve the ”India telecom vision 2020.”
This report focuses on specic areas where the Government of India (GoI) needs to
intervene and move the policy to the next generation of reforms. It aims to capturedevelopments witnessed in the telecom sector in the last decade and analyze historicalperformance to estimate growth over the next ten years. It includes inputs fromstakeholders in the telecom industry, encompassing operators, telecom equipmentmanufacturers, infrastructure providers, industry associations and industry practitioners.We would like to extend our gratitude to the industry leaders who participated in thereport and helped us to present the industry’s perspective.Amit Mitra Virat Bhatia Prashant SinghalSecretary General Chairman Telecom Industry LeaderFICCI, India FICCI Committee on Ernst & Young, IndiaCommunications andDigital Economy

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