The stage is set for Friday. With the iPhone 3G’s release drawing nearer it is no doubt that companies would be pressurizing the government to roll out 3G policy soon. But for the record, there are many other 3G devices available in the market than iPhone. But it can be the popularity of the phone which has increased the 3G policy momentum.
Anyways, it is expected that there will be 10 players battling out in the 3G arena and the price set for pan-India license is Rs. 2,200 crore which we think only BSNL, Airtel and Vodafone will be eyeing on. Apart from that, WiMax and Mobile Number Portability policies are also rumored to be announced. We’ll let ya know as more details emerge.
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