INDIAN IT IN NUMBERS
(Updated May 20 2013)
Total no. of subscriptions: 890 million
Mobiles 860 million
Landlines: 30 million
Total no. of PCs: 80 million
Internet accounts: 70 million (fixed); 25 million (on mobile phones)
Broadband: 15 million
Active Internet users: 200 million fixed + mobile Internet 40 millionTV owning houses: 116 million ( digital: 30 million)
NEW! Global and Indian smartphone market -- IDC numbers March-April 2013
Gartner study: Usageof semiconductors in India 2012... LCD rules
CISCO-IAMAI study on Mobile VAS market in India
BCG-CII Report on IT ENABLEMENT OF INDIAN BUSINESS March 2013
The FICCI-KPMG Indian Media and Entertainment - Industry Report 2013 *India Tablet market in 2012... CyberMedia Research report
*Top IT spenders in India: Gartner study
*India Online buying trends from Google study India highlights
*India highlights from Akamai State of Internet report Q3 2012.
*India market for Electronics, semicionductor: ISA study
*Indian Mobile Internet usage: Dec 2012 report
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