It’s perhaps a little late for introductions, but we thought we’d do this anyway:

Today, we’re formally launching our first report series: Mobile Internet in India, with data from multiple sources visualized and analysed, to help you a gain broader perspective on the basis of actual market data on Mobile Internet in India.

We released one trial version of this report in March, and given the overwhelming response, we’ve decided to publish this report on a quarterly basis. A mail from a VC who bought the report: “Just bought it and went through it, nice work. Its good to actually have real data vs. the random stuff folks publish on number of internet users. ”

Here’s a sneak peek:

Some of the telecom data:
– Number of Mobile Internet connections
– 2G vs 3G connections
– Shifting patterns of 2G and 3G connection additions
– Mobile Internet consumption on 2G vs 3G
– Mobile Internet usage per customer
– Total data usage on network
– Average telecom operator revenue per MB
– Data revenue per data customer

Apart from this, the report aggregates publicly disclosed mobile consumption information from companies like YouTube, Facebook, Whatsapp, Paytm, Flipkart, Cleartrip, MakeMyTrip, Myntra, Mobikwik, Fashion and you, Snapdeal, Jabong, Fab Furnish, Urban Ladder, FreeCharge, JustDial, Vuclip, Housing, 99Acres, MagicBricks, Gaana, Saavn and others.

There’s more than enough data floating around. What we’re trying to do is make sense of it. The full report contains over 90 visualizations and analysis spread across 125 pages, along with sharp analysis of how rapidly Mobile Internet in India is growing, and nuanced trends.

We’ll add more data as we go along: We’ve already gone from a 75 odd page report to 125, and by this time next year, we should have around 200 odd slides with data, charts and analysis. We’ll release a free update with all the July-August data for those who buy the report this month.

If you’re an Internet company, and wish to share your data for the next version, please contact me at nikhil@medianama.com . In case you have suggestions, or feedback, please feel free to get in touch.