In the quarter where Uninor broke even in all its six operational circles, Telenor group reported an increase in ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) for India region to Rs 106 for the quarter ended December 31, 2013 (Q4 2013), up 6% from Rs 100 in the previous quarter and up 17% from Rs 91 in the same quarter last year. The company attributed this increase to the improved quality of its customer base. Highlights - Total subscriber base: Telenor reported a total subscription base of 28 million across six telecom circles Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Maharashtra, UP East and UP West for the quarter. In comparison, Telenor had a subscription base of 26 million in the previous quarter and a comparable six circle subscription base of 22.2 million in the same quarter last year (Q4 2012). - Net Additions: Telenor witnessed 2 million net additions for the quarter. - Average Minutes Per User increased to 442 minutes for the quarter, a marginal 1.84% increase from 434 minutes in the previous quarter and a 19.1% growth from 371 minutes in the same quarter last year. - Monthly Churn rate has declined to 4.5% from 5% in the previous quarter. - Telenor mentions that the revenue in local currencies in six operational circles increased by 36% year-on-year and the gross margins in these circles is 4 percentage points higher than the same quarter last year to 66% due to increase in prices. - Redeploying 5,000 sites: Telenor plans to redeploy 5,000 sites for geographical expansion in existing six circles over the next five…
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