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Research and Markets: Mobile Penetration & Usage in India 2013; Mobile Fact Book

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p3c5td/mobile) has announced the addition of the "Mobile Penetration & Usage in India 2013; Mobile Fact Book" report to their offering.

This report provides a quantitative presentation of data sets on the Mobile Users Penetration and Usage demographics in India for the year 2013. This report is a Mobile Fact Book ready to be used as a go-to-market source by marketers and vendors alike.

The report has been divided into three key sections viz., Mobile Users Penetration & Demographics,

Mobile Internet Users and lastly Mobile Data Consumption. The report also presents data sets and forecasts on Mobile Subscribers and Mobile ARPUs going forward to the year-end 2014. The calculations and data analysis in the report draws inputs from proprietary model on Internet & E-commerce along with quantitative inputs from other sources and research agencies.

The forecasted data sets are based on 2013 as base numbers and also take into account the trend analysis of previous years. The base numbers for population, gender classification, BPL population, urban vs. rural are from the latest Census 2011 figures provided by Government of India.

This Mobile Fact Book is a ready referral source for the Mobile Industry stakeholders and Mobile marketers both in India as well as worldwide.

Key Topics Covered:

Table 1: Mobile- Subscribers Data and Forecasts (000)

Figure 1: Mobile Users Share by Region and by Telecom Users 2013 (Total 3G Users=44 million)

Table 2: Mobile- ARPU Data and Forecasts, (INR)

Table 3: India's Population & Mobile Subscribers by Age Group, 2013 (000)

Table 4: Active Population & Mobile Subscribers in the Active Population 2013 (000)

Table 5: Youth Population & Mobile Subscribers 2013 (000)

Table 6: BPL Population & Mobile Subscribers 2013 (millions)

Table 7: India's Rural and Urban Population Splits 2013 (000)

Table 8: Urban and Rural Mobile Subscribers 2013 (000)

Table 9: Gender Composition of Population by Residence & Mobile Subscribers-India 2013 (000)

Table 10: Dual SIM Users in India 2013; Total Live SIMs & Unique (Active) SIMs Users;Year End 2013

Table 11: Mobile Internet Users (2.5G & 3G) 2013 (millions)

Table 12: 3G Access Devices Smartphone and Tablets (millions)

Table 13: Smartphone Subscribers 2013

Table 14: Mobile Internet Users (millions) Active on 3G Access Devices(Smartphone and Tablets)

Table 15: Mobile Internet Users Splits (Urban and Rural) 2013 (millions)

Table 16: Mobile Internet Users Splits (Males vs. Females) 2013 (millions)

Table 17: Mobile Internet Users Youth (15 to 44 Years) 2013 (millions)

Table 18: Mobile Internet Users BPL 2013 (millions)

Table 19: Total Number of Villages Uncovered (Dark Areas) in India 2013

Table 20: Mobile Users Generated Significantly More Traffic after introduction of tiered pricing;Growth Rate Did Not Slow

Table 21: One Percent of Mobile Data Users Consume 5 GB per Month

Companies Mentioned

- Avendus

- Business Monitor International (BMI)

- Cisco

- coai.com

- CyberMedia Research

- eStatsIndia.com

- IDC India

- ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database and Pew Research Centre

- KPCB

- National Commission on Population India

- Nokia Siemens Networks

- Planning Commission India

- TRAI

- UN

- UNCTAD

- World Bank

- Yankee Group

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p3c5td/mobile

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