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Title: Growth of mobile services across regions of India
Authors: Sridhar, Varadharajan
Keywords: Growth models
Mobile communication
Issue Date: Apr-2007
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Penetration of mobile services is not uniform across the country. While some areas of the country have experienced exponential growth, the other areas, especially economically disadvantaged, have very low mobile density. This mobile divide is a serious concern for government, policy makers and telecom operators. Predicting growth of subscriber base across regions of the country is critical for all stakeholders. The study aims to better forecast the penetration of mobile services across regions of the country so that their effect on economic development can be further explored and policies can be formulated to reduce the mobile divide.
Page(s): 281-289
ISSN: 0022-4456
Source:JSIR Vol.66(04) [April 2007]

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