Quiz on the Indian Telecom Industry
Posted on: January 25, 2019. Comments ( 1 )

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‘Engage’ with our “Quiz on the Indian Telecom Industry”.

Registering strong growth over the past 15 years, India is currently the world’s second-largest telecommunications market with __________ crore subscribers.





Which of the following factors has made the Indian telecom sector one of the fastest-growing and a top five employment opportunity generator in the country?
I. Strong consumer demand
II. Easy market access to telecom equipment
III. Affordable prices
IV. Deregulation of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)





India is the world’s second-largest market in terms of total internet users, with __________ crore internet subscribers, as of June 2018.





Over the next five years, which two factors will bring in 50 crore new users into the Indian internet subscriber base, helping it cross the 100-crore mark and creating opportunities for new businesses?
I. Rise in mobile phone penetration
II. Decrease in mobile phone penetration
III. Rise in data costs
IV. Decline in data costs





Which two telecom service providers have merged to become India’s largest telecom company, with a combined subscriber base of 43.4 crore users as of September 2018?





As reported in June 2018, which Indian telecom company is expected to launch its 5G services by 2020?





At the end of Q3 2018, India became the world’s fastest-growing market for mobile applications and Google Play downloads, with __________ crore downloads in 2018 and __________ crore by 2022.





‘Tarang Sanchar’ is a web portal launched by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) which shares information on __________ and EMF emission compliances.





Which of the following are milestones achieved by the Government of India and the Indian telecom industry during 2014-18?
I. Over 75 per cent increase in internet coverage from 25.1 crore users to 44.6 crore users
II. Country-wide Optical Fibre Cable (OFC) coverage doubled from 700,000 km to 1.4 million km
III. Five-fold jump in FDI inflows from US$ 1.3 Billion in 2015-16 to US$ 6.1 billion in 2017-18
IV. Six-fold increase in Government spending on telecommunications from 9,900 crore during 2009-14 to 60,000 crore during 2014-19





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    Samuel Kevin Alva says:

    Good Quiz!!

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