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Indian Mobile Industry Stats [Infographic]

Recently, I have been coming across some interesting infographics and presentations on Indian Mobile Industry. We published one such infographic earlier this week – And here is the second one which the readers will find quite interesting as well.

Eyedea Lab, a Web and Graphics Design Studio at Kolkata recently published an informational Infographic which gives you a nice overview of Indian Mobile Industry.

Did you know that first mobile phone call in India was made by Late Mr. Jyoti Basu to Mr. Sukh Ram on 30th July 1995. so it can be officially said that Indian Mobile Industry has just finished its 16th year – and is still a teenager so to say!

Indian Mobile Industry Infographic

Indian Mobile industry infographic

[Click on the image to zoom]

Yeah, the call rates back then were Rs. 32 per minute and incoming & outgoing both used to be charged !

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4 comments

  1. abhishek jaiswal

    please tell me when the incoming call charge was abolished completely in india

  2. Suryakanta Sahu

    plese post the resent report.

  3. Sharad Gondaliya

    Respected Sir/Madam I am Sharad Gondaliya researching in Cell Phone and its usages which is under process of Patent.So, I want to get clarification about. Average Revenue per User (ARPU) or Average Usage per User (AUPU).This information are very very important for researches and implements. Please Send me this Details. Thank You. Sharad Gondaliya.

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