Google, Twitter and Facebook have been in talks for a year to launch their services in India, as the government seeks to ensure that their users have access to the services.
A report in The Times of India, however, has revealed that the companies have not yet reached an agreement with the Indian government on a formal contract.
The report claimed that Google has already signed agreements with the telecom regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) and the Department of Telecommunications and Information Technology of India to offer Indian mobile apps and mobile services to subscribers.
Google, however has yet to come up with an official contract with Trai, it said.
In a separate report, the Times of China said that Facebook has agreed to launch the Facebook Messenger app in India.
Facebook will be the first social media company to offer India an official Facebook Messenger, said the report.
Earlier this month, the Government of India set a target of getting 1.5 billion Indian users on Facebook in one year, a feat that was not matched by any other country.