Vodafone India added 2.8 million 3G Internet connections for the quarter ended March 31, 2014, taking its total 3G Internet connections user base to 19.4 million for the quarter, as compared to 16.6 million 3G connections in the previous quarter and 7 million 3G connections in the same quarter last year. This takes Vodafone India's total mobile Internet connection base to 64 million, up 8.5% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) from 59 million. In comparison, Vodafone’s competitor Airtel had added 2.5 million 3G connections during the quarter for a total base of 19.44 million 3G connections, while Idea Cellular had added 1.55 million 3G connections for a total base of 14.5 million 3G connections. Incidental mobile internet users? What’s also worth noting is that Vodafone’s total mobile Internet connection base seems to include incidental mobile Internet users (users who have consumed less than 1 MB/month), while its competitors Idea Cellular, Airtel and Reliance…
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