Vodafone India MD and CEO Marten Pieters said that the company has posted an 11.7% growth in its revenue with Rs 20,746.9 crore for the April-September quarter (Half Year for 2014-15 (H1)) of this fiscal.
A year ago, India’s second largest telecom company posted a total revenue of Rs 18,571.1 crore.
The UK based company reported a subscriber base of 174 million customers for the six months ending 30 September 2014, an increase of 11.8% over the same period last year.
The service provider now has more than 124,000 total antenna sites, of which around 28,000 are 3G sites.
“The company’s rural customer base was 92 million which stands at 53% of total customer base. Other key performance indicators reported by the company included Average Revenue Per Minute (ARPM) at 49.9 Paise and Voice ARPM at 37.3 paise for the quarter ended 30 September,” Pieters said.
“The Average Revenue Per User stands at Rs. 200,” he said.
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Vodafone has a network of over 1,24,000 sites and has made a capital expenditure of Rs 3,509.1 crore