Referring to my earlier discussion on Future of Indian Telecom Industry, I did put my opposable thumb and said that the future lies in mobile value added services (MVAS) for ever growing Indian telecom industry to survive.

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..and today read this BS article which captures similar thought. It says

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…Telecom operators in India appear to be gung-ho over the prospects of value-added services (VAS) which help them to differentiate, add substantially to their margins while simultaneously be a precusor to third generation or 3G regime. The recent creative campaigns of majors like Vodafone (ZooZoos), Airtel (R Madhavan and Vidya Balan), Virgin Mobile (music download) and Aircel’s (Internet applications) are a case in point.

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If you look at the current campaigns of telcos, there’s focus on VAS. Strategically, it’s VAS where telcos can differentiate themselves.

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As you add more and more subscribers and take into account the number of players entering the market, moving towards VAS is the only way.

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One of the many reasons cited was “given the declining average revenue per user (Arpu) and increasing competition among operators as new players join in, there will be more focus on VAS.

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Also, The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) predicts that the VAS industry will touch Rs 9,760 crore (~US$2 Bn) by end of June 2009, growing at 70 per cent. Surprising, not much effect of the recession which did its rounds of action in almost all the tangible sectors.

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