The world’s largest mobile market, India is one of the most populous countries.
It is also one of India’s most mobile-friendly.
In terms of mobile-only data usage, the country leads the pack.
According to a new study by IDC India, India has nearly 4.5 million SIMs per person.
The report estimates that a typical Indian can consume about 300GB of data a month.
However, this figure is dwarfed by the 1.3 million smartphones in India.
In the past year, Indian smartphone users have increased by 2.2 million to 2.9 million.
India’s mobile phone market is expected to reach US$1.5 billion by 2019, up from $1.1 billion in 2016.
It has also seen an increase in sales.
The smartphone market in India has grown from $8.4 billion in 2014 to $9.2 billion in 2020, the report estimates.
IDC estimates that the market in 2016 was worth $8 billion, up 14% from the previous year.
In 2016, the top three smartphone vendors in India were Samsung Electronics and Micromax.
While the smartphone market is expanding, India’s telecom operators are facing challenges.
India Telecom, the national operator of India, has to compete with Reliance Communications and Vodafone India for network coverage.
It also competes with two telecom operators in the country, BSNL and Airtel.
In 2019, the two telecom companies in India are also facing merger bids.
BSNl has been facing criticism over its aggressive pricing policy, which it says is necessary for the country to become a fully mobile-based nation.
Meanwhile, Reliance is facing criticism for not being able to compete on the mobile-first model, which would help the country be a world leader in the area of connectivity.
India has been one of Asia’s most wired countries.
In fact, more than one-third of the country is covered by fiber optic networks, according to the report.
In 2020, India was ranked the third most wired country in the world behind China and South Korea.