Reliance Jio added over 35 lakh wi-fi subscribers to its cellular community in July 2020, whereas Vi, which rebranded from the erstwhile Vodafone-Idea, misplaced 37 Lakh subscribers, famous the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s month-to-month report. With this, Jio continues its lead in the wi-fi subscriber market in India with a market share of 35.03 %. According to TRAI, Vi remains to be the third largest telco in India with a market share of 26.34 %, behind Bharti Airtel and forward of the state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. The second spot is retained by Airtel with a market share of 27.96 % in the wi-fi phone phase. The whole wi-fi subscriber base elevated from 114 crores on the finish of June to 114.four crores on the finish of July, thereby, registering a month-to-month progress fee of 0.30 %.
The TRAI information additional highlights that wi-fi subscription in rural elements of India elevated from 52 crores to 52 cores throughout the identical interval, whereas the wi-fi subscriber base in city areas too registered a progress fee of 0.25 % to 62 crores. Amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the wi-fi teledensity in the nation additionally grew from 84.38 % on the finish of June to 84.56 % on the finish of July.
Coming to the broadband phase, the highest 5 service suppliers constituted 98.91 % of the market share with Reliance Jio additionally taking the highest spot with a market share of 56.98 %. The second spot is held by Airtel (22.08 %) adopted by Vi (16.34 %), and BSNL (3.26 %) and Atria Convergence (0.24 %). The whole broadband subscribers for July registered a progress fee of 1.03 %, due to this fact, bringing the numbers to 70.5 crores.
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