There are 40.27 million wireless broadband connections in India including mobile and dongle connections at the end of 2013, according to latest data from TRAI. Bharti Airtel is the biggest operator with 9.49 million wireless broadband connections and holds a marketshare of 24%, while Reliance followed with 6.86 million connections and a marketshare of 17%. BSNL is the third biggest player with 6.55 million connections and 16% marketshare. Do note that this is the first time BSNL has disclosed the number of wireless broadband connections it has, but it's not clear how many total data connections the company has. Idea has 5.86 million connections and 15% marketshare, while Vodafone has 5.2 million connections and 13% marketshare. TRAI has not disclosed the number of mobile broadband connections of operators such as BSNL, Aircel, Tata, Unitech, Loop, Sistema or Videon, for the quarter ending…
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