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Airtel, Idea and Vodafone account for 64% of total active mobile connections in India – December 2014

8. Bar chart Active connections

The top three telecom operators in India – Vodafone, Airtel and Idea Cellular – added 6.49 million active connections in December 2014, accounting for 64% of active connections, and 55% of total active connections added.

10. top three charts

Their growth is outpacing the rest, as, together, they accounted for more active connections during the month (55%) than all the telecom operators combined, since some of the rest (Loop, BSNL and RCOM) lost connections.

7. Market concentration

Reliance Communications (RCOM), contributed very little to net additions, with only 0.36 million active connections added during the month. It still forms a significant part of the top four telecom operators, who together account for 76% of India’s active mobile connection base.

9. top 4 telcos

 

Related:

Charts: Market Concentration in Telecom in India – November 2014

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