We’ve published two fresh visualizations at MediaNama Charts, with information on how telecom operators performed, in terms of revenues and subscribers across circles: - Click here to view Operator Data, help you pick key circles for each telecom operator - Click here to view Circle data, to help you pick operators in each circle Indian Telecom Operators are required to report subscriber and adjusted gross revenue information to the telecom regulator TRAI, which publishes with the subscriber data monthly, and the adjusted gross revenue data quarterly. Some observations: Operator Data: - Bharti Airtel generates a gross revenue of 581.70 million in Bihar having a subscriber base of 15.13 million, while Karnataka with 14.57 million subscribers, generates a gross revenue of Rs 817 million. - Uninor has met with large acceptance in U.P East where it has scored well in terms of revenue per subscriber. - Aircel is heavily dependant on the Tamil Nadu Circle in terms of subscribers as well as revenues. - Interestingly BSNL generates the maximum revenue from the West Bengal circle having a subscriber base of 3.32 million. Circle Data: - Airtel and Aircel dominate the Tamil Nadu circle, but Airtel has the upper hand in terms of revenue. - In the West Bengal circle, Vodafone has fared well in terms of subscriber base and revenue, while BSNL is the second strongest player in terms of revenue. - Telcos like S-Tel,MTS (Sistema Shyam) and Videocon are yet to find their foothold in most of the circles. - In…
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