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Mobile Industry About a decade back in India cell phones were considered to be aspirational products. Today India's mobile telecommunication business is the fastest growing market in the world and the considerable underclass are almost as well connected as the rich. Over the last ten years the liberalization of the mobile handset industry together with the availability of devices in low cost range, reduction in tariffs on handsets, betterment of networkservices and reduction in costs of teleservices helped the industry undergo a major process of change. Now we can see see almost every Indian in a big city on their mobile phone, whether they are executives, businessman, shop owners, students, housewives, drivers or even rickshaw pullers. As a country India has accepted the mobile culture readily which has also given the country prosperous financial rewards. According to the World Bank reports every 10 mobile phones per 100 people in a typical developing country can increase GDP growth by 0.8% points. India is predicted to reach 893 million users by 2015 which will be 64.69% of the population. Handset companies in India: Apple Celkon mobile G Five HTC Karbonn mobiles Lava mobiles LG Micromax mobile Motorola Nokia Onida Panasonic Samsung Spice Sony About Nokia: Nokiais a Finnish communications and information technology multinational corporation that is headquartered in Espoo, Finland. Its Nokia Solutions and Networkscompany provides telecommunications network equipment and services,whilst Internet services, including applications, games, music, media and messaging, and free-of-charge digital map information and navigation solutions, are delivered through its wholly owned subsidiary. As of 2013, Nokia had a total workforce o.. .