Hathway Cable and Datacom CEO, K Jayramn said,
No, I think as far as 4G is concerned that is going to be on the broadband side, where you need the wireless CP and the wireless modems. I still think large majority of people will continue to watch television in the current way which is linear television.
And there are many people who have a PC at home who would continue to avail the broadband services. So, I don't think that 4G will at any stage compete with linear television given the universe and the distribution of TV sets and others and things. So 4G is really going to be expensive as far as the consumer is concerned.