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  • Ensures that the industry is given ‘Key Infrastructure’ status.
  • Promotes formulation of National Telecom Infrastructure Policy mandating the sharing of towers.
  • Ensures ‘No Charges’ being put on IP-1s in terms of License Fee, etc for providing cost-optimized services.

The key players for Telecom Infrastructure providers have come together to form a representative industry body known as Towers and Infrastructure Providers Association (TAIPA). It forms a critical component of the wireless telecom ecosystem.

The telecom infrastructure providers offer an Integrated Neutral Host Platform that is used by diverse and often competing operators resulting in the rapid deployment of networks supporting over 600 million mobile subscribers. The new and upcoming technologies such as 3G and BWA services will be highly successful since the easy availability and accessibility of shared towers, a key input for the growth of this sector.

All leading independent telecom infrastructure providers like Bharti Infratel, Viom Networks, Indus Towers, ATC India Tower Corp., GTL Infrastructures, India Telecom Infra and Tower Vision are the founding members of the Society which visualizes itself to be the official voice for the Telecom Infrastructure industry.


TAIPA: Critical member of the wireless telecom ecosystem


TAIPA appointed TR Dua as its Director General.


End-to-end energy solution workshop was held on November 2014.


India is one of the biggest consumer of data worldwide. As per TRAI, average wireless data usage per wireless data subscriber was 11 GB per month in FY20. It is expected to reach to 18 GB by 2024.