by January 28, 2011 0 comments



‘People like me who bought a mobile connection almost a decade ago with the only choice of that time of BPL Mobile, will definitely switch to an operator who has wider coverage. It’s the day I was waiting for!’

‘No, I don’t think people will change, as their is no operator in India who’s really providing the best QOE and QoS to subscribers. MNP would have been more effective if the Govt mandated the operators to provide the best QoS and QoE.’

‘It is a bubble which will be cleared soon. Nothing much will really happen. My wishes to all operators.’

-(in response to the above comment): You’re probably right, and the most likely subscribers who’ll benefit are those who want a remedy to the CUG gap, viz people who want to switch operators so that they can benefit from being part of a CUG and the associated reduced rates. The free market takes care of most everything else.

-(in response to the comment about the bubble): Not sure it is a bubble. I suspect there is a latent demand here and that will be fulfilled in the beginning. Over a period of time, it will stabilize as probably all devils will be equally good or bad.

HT says that BSNL (GSM), Reliance (both GSM and CDMA) and Tata Indicom are likely to lose the most. The results for Haryana show, which has a head start, Vodafone, Airtel and Aircel as the maximum gainers. With BSNL, Reliance and Tata as the maximum losers, in that order.

Most definitely, all those who can spend money and desire upmarket phones will migrate out… no doubt.

Not yet 🙂 Wait for the 3G rollout and then choose the correct option!

Nopes….am happy with the current operator..

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