26% of Uninor's subscribers were active Internet connections in the quarter ended June 30, Telenor disclosed in its earnings report. While the company hasn’t disclosed any specific number on Uninor’s active Internet base in the country, Uninor reports a total connection base of 39.849 million for the quarter. This translates to an Internet subscriber base of 10.36 million. The telecom operator had reported an Internet base of 10.01 million connections in the preceding quarter. Telenor mentions that the active connection base in India's operations are more conservative than the rest of the group due to the high churn in the market. Subscriptions in India are considered active if there was activity in the last 30 days, where as for the rest of the group active mobile internet users are subscriptions with at least 150 KB of data during the last three months. Financials Telenor group has reported total India revenues of NOK 1.362 billion (around Rs 1064.29 crore as per current rates) for the quarter, registering a 9% increase from NOK 1.021 billion in the same quarter last year registering a growth of 33.4%. However, on a sequential basis, revenues were down marginally by 1.51% from NOK 1.383 billion. However, the company reported a positive EBITDA of NOK 24 million for the quarter. It had reported an EBITDA loss of NOK 54 million in the preceding quarter and NOK 106 million in the same quarter last year. Highlights – ARPU: The total ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) was at Rs 95 for the quarter, down from Rs 98 in the preceding quarter and down from Rs 108 in…
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