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MTS India data card base up 6.3% QoQ to 1.5 million in Q3 2014

The data card base of Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL) which operates in India as MTS India, grew to 1.5 million subscribers for the quarter ended September 30, 2014, up 6.3% from 1.4 million subscribers in the previous quarter. The non-voice revenues that includes data and VAS revenues grew by 14% to Rs 147.5 crore for the quarter, from Rs 129.1 crore in the previous quarter. As a percentage of revenues, non-voice contribution increased to 43% of the company’s quarterly revenues, up from 38.6% in the previous quarter. Highlights - Minutes of Use declined by 3.7% to 401 million minutes for the quarter, from 416 million minutes in the previous quarter. - Blended mobile ARPU increased by 2% to Rs 117 for the quarter from Rs 115 in the previous quarter, due to increase in data usage. - Mobile connection base remained flat sequentially at 9.2 million subscribers for the quarter. - SSTL mentions that its HSD services now covers over 700 towns across 9 circles, up from 650 towns across 9 circles in the previous quarter and 600 towns across 9 circles in the quarter before. - In August this year, MTS India had partnered with an independent short films aggregator Shotz7 to launch an online movie streaming service ‘MTS Movies’. - MTS also launched (pdf) a portable MiFi router called 'MTS MBlaze Power Wi-Fi' that comes bundled with a 5200 mAh power bank. The company claimed that this portable router can provide "Hi-Speed data connectivity" to up to six devices including smartphones, tablets, laptops, Smart…

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