Reliance Jio (Reliance Jio) Has become the first mobile service provider in India to cross the 400 million subscriber mark. The company added more than 3.5 million customers in July. Telecom Regulator Tri (TRAIThis information came out of the data released by). The total telecom subscriber base in the country increased to 116.4 crore in July from 116 crore in June.
According to TRAI data, Reliance Jio currently has a 35.03 per cent share of the Indian mobile market and has 40,08,03,819 subscribers. Bharti Airtel and BSNL added 32.6 lakh and 3.88 lakh mobile subscribers, respectively, in July. Meanwhile, Vodafone Idea has lost 3.7 million subscribers. In July, 5,457 mobile subscribers dropped out of MTNL.
Mobile phone connections rose to 114.4 crore in July
According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) monthly subscribers report, mobile phone connections in India increased to 114.4 crore in July. Which was Rs 114 crore in June. During this period, the number of urban connections was 61.9 crore and the number of rural connections was 52.1 crore.
Many years later, private telecom operators saw a slight increase in fixed line connections and reached 1,98,20,419 in July. Geo was at the forefront. State government-run companies BSNL and MTNL, as well as loss-making private companies Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices, have seen a decline in fixed line customers.
1% increase in broadband connections
In terms of broadband connections, it rose 1.03 per cent to 70.54 crore in July. The number of broadband connections in June was 69.82 crore. In July, Geo had 40.19 crore broadband users, Bharti Airtel 15.57 crore, Vodafone Idea 11.52 crore, BSNL 2.3 crore and Atria Convergence 16.9 lakh.