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Reliance Jio becomes second-largest player in terms of mobile subscriber market share on a standalone basis
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Reliance Jio becomes second-largest player in terms of mobile subscriber market share on a standalone basis

India Ratings said, in July 2018, Reliance Jio added 11.8 million mobile subscribers, led by the relaunch of RJio’s 4G feature phone, while other telcos reported flat subscriber growth.

Telecom subscriber base dips to 117.5 cr in January; Reliance Jio adds 83 lakh customers: Trai
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Telecom subscriber base dips to 117.5 cr in January; Reliance Jio adds 83 lakh customers: Trai

India's telecom subscriber base dipped to 117.5 crore at the end of January with smaller operators losing bulk of their customers, as per monthly Trai report

India's telecom landscape: From subscriber base to teledensity captured in 6 charts
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India's telecom landscape: From subscriber base to teledensity captured in 6 charts

Tele-density in urban area stands at 172.28 and that in rural at 57.55. In other words, most urban residents possess more than one phone while nearly half of the rural population doesn't have a phone yet

Reliance Jio trounces Bharti Airtel, Vodafone by adding 4.8 million subscribers in May, says Trai report
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Reliance Jio trounces Bharti Airtel, Vodafone by adding 4.8 million subscribers in May, says Trai report

Aggressive high pitch advertisements by Reliance Jio during IPL-10 would have increased visibility and partially led to such strong net additions

MNP requests increased from 142.98mn at the end of Dec 2014 to 146.54mn at the end of Jan 2015: Trai
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MNP requests increased from 142.98mn at the end of Dec 2014 to 146.54mn at the end of Jan 2015: Trai

The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 970.97 million at the end of December 2014 to 979.21 million at the end of January 2015

Internet subscription rose to 25.33 million at the end of 2012: TRAI
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Internet subscription rose to 25.33 million at the end of 2012: TRAI

As per the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s “Indian Telecom Services Performance Indicator Report”, the number of Internet

Broadband adoption rate in India continues its climb: Report
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Broadband adoption rate in India continues its climb: Report

Broadband adoption rate in India has continued to grow, registering a year-on-year growth in excess of 100 percent.

TDSAT rejects DoT's bid to tax ISPs for Internet services
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TDSAT rejects DoT's bid to tax ISPs for Internet services

The government’s attempt at charging ISPs a fee of 8 percent of their annual revenue from April 2013 met with failure after the TDSAT rejected it.

Telecom subscriber base declines again, finds TRAI
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Telecom subscriber base declines again, finds TRAI

The telecom subscriber base in India has declined to 939.57 million subscribers at the end of August...

CMIE projects over 1 billion telecom subscribers by March
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CMIE projects over 1 billion telecom subscribers by March

The Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) has, in its monthly report, projected the telecom...

Telephone subscriber base in India declines
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Telephone subscriber base in India declines

The number of telephone subscribers in India fell to 944.81 million at the end of July 2012...

MNP triumphs again; 50.16 million requests till May '12
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MNP triumphs again; 50.16 million requests till May '12

Mobile Number Portability became popular with the masses upon its grand launch because it gave subscribers ...

MNP gets a thumbs up; 45 million subscribers till April '12
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MNP gets a thumbs up; 45 million subscribers till April '12

Mobile Number Portability has been on most readily lapped up mobile services in recent times. Mobile ...

'National e-Governance Plan Focuses On Building e-Readiness'
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'National e-Governance Plan Focuses On Building e-Readiness'

The Government of India sees 'mobile Internet' as the next exponential growth platform.