The addition of 6.3 million data connections for the quarter ended March 31, 2014 - the highest data adoption by Vodafone India customers in a quarter - led to the telco crossing the 50 million data connections mark during the quarter. The company reported a total 52 million data connections for the quarter, registering a 13.8% sequential growth from 45.7 million data connections in the previous quarter and a 39.4% growth from 37.3 million data connections in the same quarter last year. Of this, 3G connections was at 7 million for the quarter, a 34.6% increase from 5.2 million 3G connections in the previous quarter and more than doubling from 3.3 million 3G connections in the same quarter last year. Vodafone's competitor Airtel had crossed the 50 million data connections mark in October last year and had reported 58.08 million data connections for Q4-FY14. Other Data highlights - 6.3 million data connections added during the quarter, almost double of 3.2 million additions in the previous quarter and up significantly from 4.2 million data additions in the same quarter last year. - 1.8 million 3G connections added during the quarter, up from 0.7 million additions in the previous quarter and 0.8 million additions in the same quarter last year. - 4.5 million 2G data connections added during the quarter, up from 2.5 million additions in the previous quarter and from 3.4 million additions in the same quarter last year. - The total data revenues increased to £121 million for the quarter, up from £111 million in the previous quarter and £107 million in…
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