The number of wireline subscribers in India stood at 31.08 million wireline subscribers at the end of September 2012, a minor dip from 31.43 million subscribers reported at the end of June 2012. The rural wireline subscriber base stood at 8.02 million subscribers as of September 2012, a 11.48% growth from 7.10 million in September 2011 while the urban wireline subscription stood at 23.99 million as of September 2012, a 5.17% decline from 25.30 million in September 2011. In comparison, the total wireless (GSM + CDMA) subscriber stood at 906.62 million at the end of September 2012, down 2.94% from 934.09 million subscribers in June 2012. Wireless Teledensity The Wireline teledensity stood at 2.55 as of September 2012, registering 7.88% negative growth year-on-year (YoY) from 2.77 in September 2011, while the wireless teledensity stood at 74.49 as of September 2012, registering 2.45% positive growth YoY from 72.70 in September 2011. The overall teledensity stood at 77.04 as of September 2012, recording a 2.07% positive growth YoY from 75.48 in September 2011. Data Source: TRAI Share data sources with us: contact email@example.com Advertise: To advertise on Chart of the Day, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Daily and segment-wise options available.
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