Airtel and BSNL were the only operators to report a positive subscriber growth in the last month of the fourth quarter. The overall wireless subscriber base decreased sharply by 12.88 million.
Telecom Subscription Report
Reliance Jio for the first time since its launch reported a gross loss of 19 million subscribers which hints that the operator is deactivating inactive subscribers in an attempt to improve its VLR and ARPU figures
Though Jio added the highest number of subscribers in April, Airtel still has more active monthly users than Jio as per TRAI VLR data.
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The overall wireless subscriber base increased by 9.64 million from 1153.77 million at the end of December to 1163.41 million at the end of January 2021.
The increase in telephone connections primarily came on the back of wireless connections increasing in both Rural and Urban areas through Private telephones.
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