AUSPI releases subscription data for June 2015, Reliance Communications added most users

By August 27th, 2015 AT 6:24 PM

The unified telecom service providers body, AUSPI (Association of Unified Service Providers in India), has released the subscription data for June 2015. AUSPI represents MTS, TATA DoCoMo, Reliance Mobile, Quadrant (Videocon’s arm in Punjab), and Bharti Airtel’s wire-line business.

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As per the subscription data, Bharti Airtel’s landline business grew, and it now has 34,44,147 subscribers in which they have seen an addition of 12,897 new users when compared to May 2015. Reliance Communications has added 12,11,308 users in June on its wireline, GSM and CDMA front. They now have a total of 11,10,81,996 subscribers who are using their services.

TATA DoCoMo has seen a shrinking in its subscriber base once again as it lost more subscribers than it added in June. They have reported a net loss of 86,401 users for the month after which they are left with 6,32,63,009 users in their subscriber base. CDMA-focussed Sistema’s Indian unit MTS has lost its subscribers as it doesn’t have good handsets to provide its users, so its customers are moving to GSM front. While it’s data dongles business has seen good growth. The company has posted loss of 39,967 users, so it is now left with just 87,54,485 users.

AUSPI subscription data , June 15
Operators User Base in June 15 User Base in May 15 Total addition in June
Bharti Airtel – Landline 34,44,147 34,31,250 12,897
Reliance Comm. 1110,81,996 1099,08,467 12,11,308
Tata Docomo 632,63,009 633,49,410 -86,401
Quadrant 30,36,995 29,88,180 48,815
MTS 87,54,485 87,94,452 -39,967

Also read: Bharti Airtel in Mumbai and Tata Teleservices in Delhi meet TRAI’s QoS benchmark for call drop rate in Drive test

While Quadrant TeleVentures, which has UASL licence, provides services in Punjab as Videocon Mobile. It added 48,815 new users in its wireline and wireless business units, so it now has a total number of 30,36,995 subscribers.

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sachin
sachin

you don’t mention Vodafone subscriber base….but only mentions good news on Reliance….and quick to point out bad things of other operators.

Arjun
Arjun

What TelecomTalk can do when people like you with just garbage in their heads come and post? Vodafone is part of COAI i.e Cellular Operator Association of India while this article is for AUSPI i.e Association of Unified Telecom Service Provider of India which has its members as Reliance, Tata and MTS along with Quadrant Tele (Videocon) and Airtel (Landline Only). So better you first take garbage out of your mind and fill it with some knowledge first. Stop blaming TT. They do post COAI figures. But an idiot like you won’t be able to understand difference between AUSPI and… Read more »

Sachin
Sachin

Well said Arjun.

@sachin , for vodafone figures please visit the link :
https://telecomtalk.info/airtel-leads-subscription-base-for-the-month-july2015-as-per-coai-data/141299/

raj
raj

I also stopped using Idea and started using Reliance because i really think that AVOID is becoming more greedy then competitive. please port out from your current AVOID Operator and you will find other operators are actually doing well compared to price.

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