Reliance Communications has reported non-voice revenues of Rs 1,039.3 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2014, registering a minor 2% growth from Rs 1,018.5 crore revenues in the previous quarter. The telco mentions that non-voice accounted for 23.5% of RCOM's telecom revenues for the quarter, up from 23% contribution in the previous quarter. Read about its Mobile Internet business highlights here. Voice revenues for the company however saw minor 1.1% dip to Rs 3,378.7 crore for the quarter, down from Rs 3,416.7 crore in the previous quarter. Note that Reliance Communications has changed its segmental reporting few quarters back, since it has re-organized its business into two units – India and Global operations. Therefore, it no longer discloses wireless revenues or wireless EBITDA, hence it’s difficult to get a sense of how its mobile voice, mobile VAS and mobile Internet businesses have performed. There is also less operational data available on the company than their once was. The company reported India telecom revenues of Rs 4,649.2 crore for the quarter, a minor growth from Rs 4,637.4 crore in the previous quarter. Indian operations represents around 82% of RCOM’s total revenues for the quarter, up from 80% in the previous quarter. Operational Highlights - The company's total connection base reduced by 6.4 million connections to 112.1 million connections for the quarter. While the telco has not provided any specific reason for this decline, it's possible that this is due to culling of its low revenue earning connections. It had conducted a similar clean-up in November 2013,…
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