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7/13/21

Reliance Jio added 47 lakh new subscribers in April, Vi lost 18 lakh subscribers

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Reliance Jio, the country's largest telecom company, added 4.7 million new subscribers in April. As far as Bharti Airtel is concerned, 5.1 lakh new customers have joined in April. But Vi (Vodafone-Idea) has lost 1.8 million subscribers. The number of BSNL subscribers has also declined. With a decrease of 13.05 lakh, the number of its users has reached 11.72 lakh.

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According to the latest figures from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Reliance Jio's mobile subscriber base grew by 4.7 million to 42.76 crore in April. Also, the number of Vodafone Idea subscribers fell by 18 lakh to 28.19 crore. The company added 1 million new customers in March. Apart from that, the number of Bharti Airtel mobile subscribers increased by 5.1 lakh to 35.29 crore in April.



The number of users increased 0.19% in April
According to TRAI, rose 0.19% in April compared to the previous month, the total number of phone subscribers in the country reached 120.34 million. During March, the number of urban phone subscribers increased by 0.08% and the number of rural subscribers by 0.32%.





The number of broadband subscribers also increased.
According to TRAI, the number of broadband subscribers increased to 78.28 crore in April, up 0.61% from the previous month. The market share of the top 5 companies in the total broadband subscribers as of the end of April was 98.8%. These include Reliance Jio Infocomm (43.04 crore), Bharti Airtel (19.41 crore), Vodafone Idea (12.25 crore), BSNL (2.45 crore) and Atria Conversion (18.7 lakh).






Vodafone could lose Rs 6,629 crore in June quarter The
first quarter of the current financial year, between April and June , could see a major setback for telecom companies. It could lose Rs 6,629 crore. However, Geo and Airtel will benefit. According to reports from various brokerage houses, Vodafone will suffer huge losses due to reduced data usage and free recharge offer.







The company had incurred a loss of over Rs 7,000 crore in the January-March quarter while it will suffer a similar loss in the June quarter. Its revenue could be as high as Rs 9,324 crore. The company had revenue of Rs 9,608 crore in the March quarter. Similarly, revenue per customer could be Rs 105, up from Rs 107 in March. That means there is a loss of two rupees behind each customer.

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