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India’s Telecom Usage
Product ID : SDG09TK001
Published on 20 May, 2019
Content: India’s telecom usage analysis (2015-18)
This is a detailed telecom usage study designed to provide actionable insights on:
- Regions of high and low teledensity
- Regions of high and low internet density
- Trends in data usage
- Data cost trends
- Gender split in connection ownership
This data guide is an essential tool if you are a:
- CSR practitioner working on creating effective programmes.
- Non-profit organisation / social enterprise looking to understand reach and usage of phones and internet.
- Policy maker/ researcher studying telecom usage trends.
With most of its urban population using more than one phone connection per person and rural teledensity shooting up, India’s wireless telecom story has been remarkable. Before the wireline phones could reach the hinterlands of India, wireless took over in a big way.
Today, an Indian internet user is consuming nearly 9 GB data every month. The cost of this data has crashed. More and more people are now reachable via a mobile phone and internet. This has a significant impact on how business can be conducted and social impact programmes can be designed and delivered to reach maximum number of people in a cost-effective and timely manner.
This telecom data guide covers:
– Subscriber numbers: Wireline, wireless, rural and urban.
– Teledensity: Rural and urban, service area-wise.
– Internet users: Wireline, wireless, rural and urban.
– Internet density: Rural and urban.
– Data usage trends.