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India adds 7.34 million new mobile phone subscribers in June 2007

The monthly additions were the highest ever for the country, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)

Gartner Inc. has forecasted  that India would have more than 462 million mobile connections by 2011. New demand will come from rural areas, where service providers have started to offer low tariffs and handsets priced below US$25, it said. Mobile phones are also filling gaps in the country's poorly developed fixed-line infrastructure.

 

Please provide your views on how the development will impact the working and lifestyle of rural India?

Lifestyle of rural India....on dvelopment

Posted by kasinavrao at 2007-08-22 03:36

The rural population adopts the technology in their own taste but not to folllow the urban India lifestyle. The development definitely impact changes their lifestyle. Since, development gives opportunities to the people, awareness, knowledge and most important the growth peospects taking place in other regions. This will lead to colloborative development, enterpreneur development etc in a new style which will suite rural living conditions.

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