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Mobile phone subscribers to exceed 50 million by 2005

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Mobile phone subscribers to exceed 50 million by 2005

According to Cellular operators association of India, the number of mobile subscribers in the country would exceed 50 million by the year 2005 and cross 300 million by 2010. "The fixed-mobile crossover could be expected to take place in India by year 2008, when the number of cellular subscribers will exceed the number of fixed-line subscriber," says T V Ramachandran, director general, COAI.


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