TRAI Report Card: Broadband Subscribers in India Reaches 60.87 Million As of March, BSNL Leads Followed by Airtel

By May 12th, 2014 AT 6:31 PM

As per TRAI reports number of broadband subscribers increased from 58.00 Million at the end of Feb 2014 to 60.87 Million by March 2014 with a growth rate of 4.95 % monthly.


BSNL leads the broadband subscribers market share as of March 2014 with 16.76 Million followed by Airtel with 12.36 Million , Idea managed to get around 7.23 Million subscribers.

In terms of Wired Broadband Service providers BSNL leads with 10.00 Million subscribers, followed by Airtel with 1.38 million and MTNL with 1.15 Million. You broadband and beam telecom has made there presence with 0.38 million and .0.38 million subscribers respectively.

In terms of wireless service providers Airtel leads with 10.98 million followed by Idea with 7.23 Million subscribers.

Top 5 Wired Broadband Service Providers India As of March 2014

  1. BSNL 10.00 Million
  2. Airtel 1.38 Million
  3. MTNL 1.13 Million
  4. You Broadband 0.38 Million
  5. Beam Telecom 0.38 Million

Top 5 Wireless Broadband Service providers in India As of March 2014

  1. Airtel 10.98 Million
  2. Idea 7.23 Million
  3. Reliance 7.11 Million
  4. Vodafone 7.02 Million
  5. BSNL 6.77 Million

Who is your internet service provider are you happy with its service do let us know via comments.

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