【New Delhi】The GSM mobile subscribers' base in the country increased by 63 lakh in October to reach 73.94 crore, industry body the Cellular Operators Association of India(COAI) said on the 23rd of November.
Country's top operator Bharti Airtel added 27.67 lakh new subscribers in October to take its mumber to 23.79 crore with a market share of 32.18 per cent.
Others' subscriber bases go as follows; 2)Vodafone:18.94 crore(+13.06 lakh)25.62%, 3)Idea Cellular:16.72 crore(+7.24 lakh)22.62%, 4)Aircel:8.46 crore(+6.12 lakh), 5)Telenor:4.87 crore(+9.32 lakh), 6)MTNL:35.18 lakh(+6,342), 7)Videocon Telecom:78.49 lakh(-51,004). COAI did not report GSM numbers of BSNL, Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices.
○4G drives smartphone growth in Sept quarte
【Pune】Shipments of smartphones in the third quarter of 2015 grew by over 21 per cent mainly on the back of rising demand for affordable 4G devices.
According to the International Data Corporation's (IDC) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, 28.3 million smartphones were shipped to India in the third quarter of 2015, against 23.3 million units for the same period last year.
Telecom companies add 63 lakh GSM subscribers in October to reach 73.94 crore
Telecom Firms Add 63 Lakh GSM Subscribers in October
4G drives smartphone growth in Sept quarter
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