Indian Mobile Companies To Produce Cheaper Handsets

By 2007, Indian mobile users can look to get a color mobile phone for just US $45. With increasing number of mobile companies setting up their units of manufacture in India, it is anticipated that the mobile handsets costs may fall as low as US $20.

Customers of mobile services might finally witness the 3G-rollout. They have been waiting for this mobile service market for years now. Companies, situated in China, Taiwan and Korea, have got deals to make low-cost mobiles for India.

In 2007, the government of India is hoping to get new investments of about US $2 Billion in telecommunication manufacturing. India got Nokia entering into this sector trailed by Flextronics, Motorola and a number of other companies.

Followed by China, India is the fastest developing market for mobiles in Asia. Indian mobile market is being viewed as a place where performance of GSM and CDMA segments submerge, and indicate towards their futures.

RNCOS' "Mobile Handset Market In India (2006)", report provides extensive research and objective analysis on the growing marketplace for Indian Mobile Handset Industry, its technologies, and impact on the market. It helps in examining the regulatory issues and telecom policies for Mobile Handset Industry in India.

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