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Breaking Reliance Jio Fiber becomes the leading Fixed Broadband provider

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Amazing achievement and service for wired broadband.
 
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you broadband with codafone still lags much behind.

Only player to watch is tata re-entry either with 5g/MVNO/wired-FTTX(excluding tata sky boradband)/SatCom.

 

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In a month or two, Airtel will be at the second place in wired broadband pushing BSNL to the 3rd spot in a segment where it once had unchallenged supremacy.
As of November-end, the top five wired broadband service providers in the country are:
  • Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd (4.34 million)
  • BSNL (4.20 million)
  • Bharti Airtel (4.08 million)
  • Atria Convergence Technologies or ACT (1.98 million)
  • Hathway Cable & Datacom (1.07 million)
BSNL lost some 4.7 Lakh customers in November. So even if Airtel didn't add a single new customer in December, Airtel will overtake BSNL as loosing 1.25 Lakh customers a month is always the usual thing for BSNL.
 

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As of November-end, the top five wired broadband service providers in the country are:
  • Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd (4.34 million)
  • BSNL (4.20 million)
  • Bharti Airtel (4.08 million)
  • Atria Convergence Technologies or ACT (1.98 million)
  • Hathway Cable & Datacom (1.07 million)
BSNL lost some 4.7 Lakh customers in November. So even if Airtel didn't add a single new customer in December, Airtel will overtake BSNL as loosing 1.25 Lakh customers a month is always the usual thing for BSNL.
Yes mostly in December itself it will overtake BSNL, Airtel might add 1 lakh and BSNL might lose 1 lakh.
BSNL still dominates in the wireline voice segment, but that may also end in a year or two, with wireless tariffs rising so much that people end up surrendering the fixed line to save on the monthly outgo.

 

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Yes mostly in December itself it will overtake BSNL, Airtel might add 1 lakh and BSNL might lose 1 lakh.
BSNL still dominates in the wireline voice segment, but that may also end in a year or two, with wireless tariffs rising so much that people end up surrendering the fixed line to save on the monthly outgo.
This and free wireline service by both Jio and Airtel broadband might force people to permanently kill BSNL. Only businesses or home having those BSNL landline for 2-3 decades will continue to keep it
 

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BSNL becomes 3rd operator, Airtel overtakes BSNL and Jio is leading operator for fixed line broadband service.


And BSNL is like " mere ko kya fark padta" so is the shameless situation with them.
 
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