Yet To Pick Pace

Malini, N.
July 2012
Voice & Data;Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p86
The article reports on the efforts of telecommunication companies to improve broadband services in India. It notes that companies are looking for data broadband to improve voice market with support from the government. It mentions that broadband telephony in the country has a great opportunity. It cites that wireless data services led to the growth of Internet customers in the country in 2012.


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