The data card base of Sistema Shyam Teleservices (SSTL) which operates in India as MTS India, grew to 1.8 million subscribers for the quarter ended March 31, 2015, up 9.4%. The company's data card subscribers stood at 1.6 million in the preceding quarter ended December 31. Non-voice revenues, from both data and mobile VAS, for the quarter increased by 11.1% to Rs 182.7 crore. Non-voice revenues now contributes to 51.1% of total quarterly revenues. In the preceding quarter, non-voice revenues contributed 46.86% of total revenues. Highlights – Blended mobile ARPU for the quarter increased by 4.2% to Rs 127 on account of increase in data usage – Mobile subscriber base is on a declining trend quarter-on-quarter and reached 8.9 million customers. The mobile subscriber base stood at 9 million in the preceding quarter and was at 9.2 million subscribers in the third quarter. – SSTL…
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