New Entrant Challenger, Uninor, a subsidiary of Telenor had declined to throw its hat in the 3G data war and wanst to focus on the Plain Vanilla Voice market in 6 circles where it has won licenses. Uninor Management believes the 3G ecosystem is not adequately evolved to invest in 3g spectrum purchase. It highlighted investment of large companies is restricted to only a few major geographies and 3g mobile penetration is at meagre levels. Telenor is currently selling data offerings on 2G platform and believes it is serving well for basic data services like emails and internet access. Continue reading Telenor India / Uninor say No to 3G; ARPU Grows 2.7% to Rs100
In a Conference Call CEO of Telenor India (Uninor), Mr Yogesh Malik said that India is still an attractive market though they are the 8th operator in India with operations in 6 out of the 22 circles covering half of the Indian Population concentrated in North and the West of India.
Here are the main takeaways from the Call, Continue reading Why India Matters to Telenor ? Yogesh Mallik,CEO, Uninor