In a time period from August 2010 to April 2011, the total number of broadband connections in India have shot up by 20.57%. The North East, that includes Meghalaya, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland & Tripura had registered the maximum growth with 31.42% albeit on a low base. Total number of connections for April 2011 stood at 44,036. On the other hand, Delhi ( including NCR) registered the minimum growth of 4.35% taking its total connection base to 10,05,750.
As on April 2011:
– Maharashtra had the maximum connections with 20,37,796, an increase of 1.06% from March 2011.
– Jammu and Kashmir had 5,3907 connections- the lowest after North East.
– The average growth rate from March 2011 to April 2011 had been 1.24%.
– Andhra Pradesh registered the maximum growth rate of 2.12% with 11,38,688 connections while Karnataka witnessed the minimum growth rate of 0.59% with 12,22,528 connections.
Data Source: TRAI, via RTI
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