With the Indian middle class growing rapidly to more than 250 million persons, the country’s Telecom sector has seen an unprecedented growth, both in terms of the number of subscribers added and the growth of the Value Added Services market. India is now the world’s second largest telecom market in the world by number of subscribers, as one of the fastest growing markets. This represents a large opportunity for Swedish companies to support Indian operators in the expansion of their telecom networks as well as in their efforts to introduce new Value Added Services (VAS) to the market and increase the Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) for the operators. The ICT delegation to India will have a clear match-making focus and will aim to organize meetings with the key operators and telecom players in India. Participating companies will get an opportunity to meet with the relevant decision makers for them at the operators and other telecom players, through customized break-out sessions in the delegation programme.
Areas of special interest for the Indian operators and telecom players:
Value Added Services (Infotainment apps, games, mobile TV, mobile payment solutions, etc.)
Network Management Systems
Spectrum Management Systems
Service delivery platforms
Last registration date is 13th of December. For further information please contact:
Björn Savlid at Business Sweden in IndiaT: +91 11 4606 7111M: +91 99019 77026E: email@example.com
Irené Enström, T: +46 8 588 660 30M: +46 708 838611E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Second Largest Telephone Network: India is the second largest telephone network in the world, after china with a current subscriber base of around 893 million (mobile + landline).
Growing Telecom Services Market: The telecom service market likely to be worth USD 20 billion in 2013, thereby registering growth of 8% over 2012. The market for Mobile Value Added Services (MVAS) is expected to grow from the current USD 2.7 billion to around USD 20 billion by 2015.
Rising Internet Traffic: Internet traffic in India is expected to reach from 393 petabytes per month in 2012 to 2.5 exabytes per month in 2017.
Large Investments Planned: Considerable investments planned by the Indian government as well as mobile operators to roll-out all India broadband network covering 8000 towns / cities and over 500 000 villages and launch of 4g services.