Answer 1: Indian telecom sector has been adding more than 6 million subscriber per month, and it will

increase mobile tendensity. The telecom infrastructure is not good enough to bear that tendency. Hence ,there is a growing need for additional facilities and towers. With the introduction of new technologies especially 3G and wimax, which require increase in infrastructure to support telecom sector. As telecom sector is turning towards rural areas, but the main problem they are facing is, rural teledensity is still in single digit, wireless services coverage is not available in most rural parts, they have to keep in mind to provide low cost service. So I think sharing infrastructure among two or more operator is one of the best way to tackle these issues. Benefits as follows:1 it will definitely help the telecom sector in cost cutting, as they have to provide them less cost dervice. 2 it will help to distribute the risk among operator. 3 it will lead to a saving in capital expenditure. 4 when there is a decrease in expenditure it will lead to reduction in depreciation and interest, as a result net margins of wireless operator which increase.

Answer 2: MNP enables mobile telephone user to retain their number when changing from one network operator to another. This technology for India is a gift as there are 45 crore mobile subscribers. It also likely to help new entrants into the Indian mobile services market such as Indian joint venture of telenor and Etisalat. It will also have a impact on network quality. Presently MNP already exists in many developed and developing nation across the world. There could be benefit due to the churn and could get better revenue share from operator for exclusive content that drive revenues. Operators who are having existing pool of strong customer base will be able to retain customer by providing competitive services. New telecom service provider can survive in the market by providing competitive tariffs and VAS. ARPU is likely to improve as customers reduce number of active connection of several operators. There are some negative points also like, competition of telecom service provider is increasing. Profit margins are likely to erode. Complex task to find out subscribers own by operator as it can change service providers when one found better value for money. Key takeaway are as follows:1 Satisfaction level 2 Loyalty to operators - Loyalty to operators is seen to be higher among lower socioeconomic

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