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Jio Effect: Airtel, Vodafone Decline Further as Jio Gains 8.1 Million Subscribers in April

While Vodafone-Idea now has 393 million subscribers, Bharti Airtel has 322 million and Jio has 315 million, with subscriber trends of the past year hinting at Jio overtaking its rivals quite soon.

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Updated:June 24, 2019, 8:20 PM IST
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Jio Effect: Airtel, Vodafone Decline Further as Jio Gains 8.1 Million Subscribers in April
While Vodafone-Idea now has 393 million subscribers, Bharti Airtel has 322 million and Jio has 315 million, with subscriber trends of the past year hinting at Jio overtaking its rivals quite soon.
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Continuing its growth trend, Reliance Jio added around 80.82 lakh subscribers in April, showed data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Monday. Jio's subscriber base stood at around 31.48 crore at the end of April, it said.

State-run BSNL was the only other gainer with over 2.28 lakh new subscribers taking its total tally to around 11.59 crore. The total number of wireless subscribers (GSM, CDMA and LTE) increased 0.04 per cent from 116.18 crore in March to 116.23 crore at the end of April.

"The wireless subscription in urban areas increased from 650.49 million (65.04 crore) at the end of March 2019 to 652.35 million (65.23 crore) at the end of April 2019. However, in the rural area, it declined from 511.32 million (51.13 crore) to 509.95 million (50.99 crore) during the month. The monthly growth rates of urban and rural wireless subscription were 0.29 per cent and (-)0.27 per cent respectively," the TRAI report said.

The other major service providers, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea (VIL), further eroded their subscriber base in April. Bharti Airtel lost 32.89 lakh subscribers pulling its subscriber base down to around 32.19 crore, while the Vodafone Idea, the largest company in terms of susbcriptions, lost 15.82 lakh connections taking its tally to around 39.32 crore subscribers.

Disclaimer: News18.com is part of Network18 Media & Investment Limited which is owned by Reliance Industries Limited that also owns Reliance Jio.

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