India quick review : GSMA & spectrum reserve prices, property portals

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GSMA calls for reduction in spectrum reserve prices /, India's no 1 property portal

GSMA calls for reduction in spectrum reserve prices

The GSM Association, through the voice of its director general, Anne Bouverot, has something to say abouth the spectrum auction in India: "The absence of bidders for the 1800 and 900 MHz and a lone bidder in 800MHz for the spectrum auction earlier this month, which is a clear signal that mobile operators are not willing to pay unreasonably high prices for spectrum”. The GSMA wants the Indian Government to significantly reduce the proposed reserve prices for the upcoming auction. The GSMA likes the local authority to focus on the longer term and reminds that, according to a study, a 10 % expansion in mobile penetration increases productivity by 4.2 percentage points. The association says the benefits will be particularly felt in a country like India, which has a significant and largely unconnected rural population., India's no 1 property portal

According to a ComScore Report supposed to have been published in February 2013, would be the No 1 Property Portal on all traffic metrics of audience measurement. had held the No 1 position in rankings for unique visitors, visits and daily visitors, but lagged behind competition (99acres, IndianProperty and Commonfloor) on PageViews. Now the service claims that is also the first on PageViews as well as total time spent. has 39% of the Total Unique Visitors (The No. 2 is at 35%), 57% of Total Visits (the No.2 is at 25%), 48% of the Total Minutes (The No. 2, 99acres has 36% with 20 millions minutes), and 37% of Total PageViews (The No.2, 99acres is at 35%). In term of average visits per visitor, MagicBrick is at 4,1, followed by Indianproperty with 2,8, 99acres with 2,1 and commonfloor with1,5.


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