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Mariam Poghosyan

By estimating the impact of real imports of innovative technologies and non-innovative equipment on the real revenue of the telecommunications operators; and the impact of real imports of non-innovative equipment and the real revenue of the telecommunications operators on the real revenue of the telecommunications operators in Armenia from the second half of 2014 till the end of 2020, we have identified which factors will mainly lead to the growth of the sector and force them to invest in innovative technology. According to the analysis of the econometric model #1, it can be said that companies increase the cost of importing innovative technologies and equipment by 6.11%, on average, as soon as revenue decreases by 1%. Secondly, import of non-innovative equipment, like phones, once every 24 months, could lead to an increase in import of innovative equipment. According to the model #2 the costs of importing non-innovative equipment have a statistically significant impact on the revenue of telecom companies, however, the import of new generation phones does not lead to a huge increase in the use of services offered by operators. 11 months after the introduction of innovative technologies, their impact on the revenue of the telecom companies becomes statistically significant and negative. We conclude that the decrease of telecoms revenue leads to the growth of real imports of innovative technologies. The model results will enable telecoms to overcome the situations that would decrease companies’ revenue, to revise the periods set for importing equipment and innovative technology.  

2022 ◽  
Vol 20 (1) ◽  
pp. 1
Nishant Dabhade

Virtually all the sectors of economy such as finance, banking, hospitality and other businesses have grown up substantially in the past few years due to the growth of mobile service sector. From the inception of Reliance Jio in Madhya Pradesh, It has occupied a large number of customers in terms of no. of subscribers. This creates unrest among the telecom service operators operating in Madhya Pradesh. As the market moves forward, customer satisfaction becomes imperative for service firms to remain combative at marketplace. To study customer satisfaction, it is mandatory to study socio demographics of customers. Hence efforts have been made in this research paper to study the satisfaction level of customers from several demographic variables. This is a hypothetical research study in which primary data is collected from 500 active mobile users of Bhopal (MP), India. One way ANOVA and T-test were used to analyze the data through SPSS 21.0 software. Specific variables of American customer satisfaction index (ACSI) and European customer satisfaction index (ECSI) were being studied with different socio demographic variable of customers to move ahead in present research study. Significant difference was found in level of customer satisfaction with the age group and type of connection in telecom sector.

Marco Araújo ◽  
Love Ekenberg ◽  
Mats Danielson ◽  
João Confraria

AbstractA new European Union regulatory framework for the telecom sector has been under a process of transposition to national laws by its member states that should have been completed by the end of 2020, notwithstanding some delays. A core purpose of the regulatory framework is to guarantee that most citizens will have access to very fast Internet connections, capable of 100 Mbps download link speed, regardless of where they live. According to this new framework, in areas where the market does not deliver, governments are to launch public tenders for the deployment, maintenance, and operations of network infrastructure as well as services, and public funds should be used to support the deployment of these broadband networks in less densely populated areas. Needless to say, public tenders of this nature are subject to different criteria when it comes to candidate evaluation. In this paper, we present a decision model for the selection of operators to deploy and maintain broadband networks in scarcely populated areas, taking into consideration infrastructure costs, the technical quality offered by the solutions, and the credibility of the candidates. We suggest an integrated multi-stakeholder multi-criteria approach and demonstrate how it can be used in this complex area and find that in the example provided, taking a relevant set of criteria into the analysis, optical fibre networks hold much higher chances to be used in these public tenders compared to networks based on the broadly favoured 5G technology.

2022 ◽  
pp. 126-132
Sudhir Naib

2021 ◽  
Vol 24 (1) ◽  
pp. 31-60
Mohammad Suleiman Awwad ◽  
Abdullah Aref Abu-Karaki

The Telecom sector in Jordan is highly competitive in a way that affects the performance of firms working in this sector, many solutions were provided to enhance performance, but corporate entrepreneurship as a solution to significantly improve performance still not have fully adopted, that is why this research was carried to highlight the importance of such concept to improve performance. This research was aimed at determining the impact of corporate entrepreneurship dimensions (innovation, risk-taking, proactiveness, competitive aggressiveness, and autonomy) on the performance of Jordanian telecom corporates in Jordan. Data were collected from 39 telecom corporates in Jordan. The questionnaires entail assessing the degree of corporate entrepreneurship in relation to the performance of telecom corporates in Jordan. SmartPLS 2.0 Statistical program was used to conduct descriptive and inferential statistics. The findings of the research indicated that corporate entrepreneurship dimensions (innovation, risk-taking, proactiveness, and competitive aggressiveness) positively affect the performance of Jordanian telecom corporates except for the autonomy dimension.

Sumanta Bhattacharya ◽  
Bhavneet Kaur Sachdev

The Telecom Sector of India has grown over the years and emerged as the second largest today. The reliance Jio has planned to launch 5G in the second half of the 2021. since the launch of Jio we have seen a rapid penetration of Internet services in India. India has the 2nd largest telecom industry in India and the cheapest net provider to its people. There are 500 million active data users and by 2024 it is estimated to have more than 800 million active users and manufacture of 1 billion smart phones in the upcoming years. India is also working towards its objective to empower people digitally. We have seen a rise in the use of digital platform during the pandemic period and also India is taking it steps ahead towards digital economy. The sad reality behind this is even where India is about to launch 5G service in India 90% of the population in India are digitally illiterate with only 8% of the population have access to a laptop or a computer. India also has a poor cyber security system and the data is vulnerable of every user. We also have poor tower connection in many areas with only 25 % of the net is connected by fiber. India needs to upgrade its telecom industry and provide net facilitates to all its people as the Internet is going to dominate the future. India’s Telecom industry contributes to 6.5% of the GDP.

Laveena C. Crasta ◽  
Shailashri V. T.

Background/Purpose: Telecommunication is a principal element in the current technology-driven world. The impact of mobile phone services over traditional services is the key to India witnessing the Digital revolution. This paper highlights the mobile phone services that have impacted the traditional services and the digital penetration that has been observed in almost every sector. Design/Methodology/Approach: This study is mainly based on the data collected from secondary sources of information. The secondary data sources are from annual reports of the telecom sector and websites. It is an explorative research case study that shows the emergence of mobile phone services over traditional telephone services and performs PESTLE analysis. Findings/Result: Based on the study, India has moved into a digital population to a great extent through the advancements in technology and internet services through data packs and broadband connections. The mobile phone services along with the Telecom sector in India have played a crucial role in this transformation with connectivity, affordability, and technological change. Originality/Value: This paper analyzes and interprets the data collected from the past 10 years with respect to telecommunications services and mobile services in India. Based on the findings and their interpretation, new knowledge in the form of recommendations/suggestions is presented. Paper Type: Industry Analysis as a Research Case Study.

2021 ◽  
Vol 9 (10) ◽  
pp. 163-176
Reshma T.P ◽  
K.P Muraleedharan ◽  
Arathi Sivaram ◽  
Satheesh E.K ◽  

In the corporate world, the importance of corporate governance is gearing up day by day. As per the new regulations in India every company has the responsibility to disclose required information to the stakeholders whenever they want. The seven pillars of good corporate governance include Accountability, fairness, transparency, assurance, leadership, and stakeholder management. Among the seven pillars, disclosure practices are related to corporate transparency. Governance disclosure practices are one of the important pillars of good corporate governance which add value to the governance. Since the fiscal deficit faced by the Indian economy in 1991 Indian companies also urge good corporate governance. This paper aims to study the corporate governance disclosure practices in the top five companies in the Indian telecom sector. For the study, five year’s annual reports of the selected five companies have been analyzed and for evaluating the corporate governance disclosure practices an assessment model has been adopted. The company having the highest average score of corporate governance disclosure is considered as the company has good corporate governance and vice versa.

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