India is undergoing significant change as far as its telecommunications system goes.
It is now considered one of the fastest growing markets in the world for telecommunications services thanks to recent telecom deregulation and liberalization.
According to the CIA World Fact Book, India's teledensity is about 75 percent as of 2011 with over 900 million telephone subscribers. Each month, over 20 million new subscribers are added. Urban areas have reached 100 percent teledensity, and rural areas continue to increase their teledensity.
Like many developing countries, mobile cellular phones outnumber landline phones dramatically in India. Of the over 900 million telephone subscribers reported in 2011, over 893 million were mobile subscribers and just over 32 million were landline subscribers.
India hosts the largest domestic satellite system in the world: INSAT (the Indian National Satellite system). It is connected internationally via several international submarine cable systems (such as Sea-Me-We-3, Sea-Me-We-4, SAFE, FLAG, Tata Indicom, and the i2i cable network) and numerous satellite earth stations (including Inmarsat and Intelsat), and various gateway exchanges in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Ernakulam, Chennai, Jalandhar, and Gandhinagar.
Over a dozen telecom service providers serve the country with the largest players being Bharti, Reliance, Vodaphone, and Idea.
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