According to a TRAI data, Reliance Jio owned by Mukesh Ambani has adjusted Rs (Qi) Rs. 9,839 crores.
Vodafone India is the largest telecom service provider with AGR of Rs 7,133.4 crore, and Bharti Airtel has reported a decline of 8 per cent in its AGR of Rs 5,920.2 crore during the quarter.
TRAI said that 72.62 percent of the services of telecommunication services have total adjusted gross revenue. In Access services, gross revenue, adjusted gross revenue license fees and pass-through charges increased by 0.29 percent, 0.10 percent, 0.46 percent, 0.60 percent respectively.
Market Share in the context of Internet Subscribers
Jio holds the top position with 48.17 percent market shares in the case of Internet subscribers, followed by Vodafone Idea Ltd with 22.98 percent in the quarter ended March-19. Bharti Airtel secures third position in internet subscribers with 22.41 percent market share
Of the 332 Internet service providers, the top 10 service providers maintain 99.47 percent of the total internet customer base during the same period.
Telephone Subscriber in India
Apart from this, the number of telephone subscribers in India decreased from 1,197.87 million to 1,183.51 million at the end of March -19, which was 1.20 percent down compared to the previous quarter.
This shows a decline rate of 1.88 percent in year-wise-year (Y-O-Y) compared to the same quarter of last year.
However, with total degradation of 14.19 million customers during the quarter, the total wireless (GSM + LTE + CDMA) customer base declined from 1,176.00 million to 1,161.81 million during the same period, registering a decline of 1.21% compared to the previous quarter. Has been doing.
The data also revealed that for the March 2019 quarter, Gross Revenue (GR) and Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) of telecom services sector stood at Rs 58,414 crore and Rs 35,932 crore respectively.
It is clear from the data released by the telecom regulator that Reliance Jio is the leader in all fields of new players in this field.