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Driven by wireless revolution, the Indian telecommunications industry is one of the fastest growing in the world.
India has the second largest number of telephone subscribers in the world accounting for 12% of the world's total telephone subscribers.
The country's mobile subscriber base has reached 951.3 million wherein the operators added 8 million subscribers in March 2012.
Total broadband subscriber base increased from 13.54 million in February 2012 to 13.79 million in March 2012, registering a growth of 1.86%.
Total mobile handset shipments in India reached about 166 million units during the first eleven months of 2011, wherein Finnish handset maker Nokia accounted for 30.7% share of the market, followed by Samsung with 14.9% and Micromax with 5%. The overall shipments included 14.4 million feature phones and 1.07 million smartphones.
The segment is poised to witness a substantial growth at 63.4% from 2011-15 and is forecasted to achieve a shipment of 77.5 million by 2015 in the Indian market.