Telecommunication plays a vital role in India and this has been growing rapidly across the world. If I talk about India, India is currently the world’s second-largest mobile phones user country. India has registered strong growth in the past decade and a half; we can see how mobile phones have been necessary for everyone as it saves time and efforts.
The more mobile phones are being released every day the more this industry is growing in terms of economy. It also helps to India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Smartphone sales are still strong, with access up 10 percent year over year, and the highest growth percentages coming in the 45-54 and 55+ age demographics–groups that have previously lagged behind younger consumers.
|Country Of Regions||Number of Mobile Phones||Population||Connections/100 Citizens||Date Of Evaluation|
- India is currently the 2nd largest telecommunication market and has the 3rd highest number of internet users in the world
- India’s telephone subscriber base expanded at a CAGR of 19.16 percent, reaching 1188.5 million
- Tele-density (defined as the number of telephone connections for every 100 individuals) in India, increased from 17.9
Some More Statics
- 1 billion Mobile users are worldwide. By the end of 2020, the number of users will increase in huge numbers.
- Across the world, mobile users are expected to increase to over 6.9 billion.
|Worldwide Mobile Users (M) 6,101 6,318 6,539 6,765 6,918|
|Total Mobile Devices* (M) 11,062 12,543 13,717 14,949 16,168|
|Mobile Devices Per Business User 1.81 1.99 2.10 2.21 2.34|
In 2018, we may see a huge growth toward areas with a higher growth potential that goes well beyond carriers’ core connectivity business.
Mobile phones are helping for all forms of data communication, such as SMS/Text, chat, email, and social media. All smartphones now come with larger screens that
It makes easier to use when sending and receiving data. The number of worldwide users is expected to grow at an annual rate of 12% over the next four years.