Indian ISPs posted combined gross revenues of Rs 3060.53 crore during the quarter ending September 2015, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. Overall, total gross revenues for all the ISPs combined declined by Rs 172 crore during the quarter ending September 2015.



Some observations:

1. BSNL had the highest revenue during the quarter ending September 2015 with Rs 1222.74 crore. It also registered the sharpest decline in its revenues over the last quarter.

2. Airtel holds the second spot with revenues of Rs 802.03 crore followed by Tata Communications, which posted revenues of Rs 282.76 crore. MTNL, which has license to operate only in Delhi and Mumbai, was at the fourth position with Rs 215.27 crore and Atria Convergence Technologies at the fifth spot with revenues of Rs 195.81 crore.

3. The top five ISPs by gross revenues together accounted for around 89% of the total gross revenues of all the ISPs combined.


ISPChange4.   Citycom Networks posted the highest increase in revenues from Rs 0.77 crore in the quarter ending June 2015 to Rs 26.21 crore during the three-month period ending September 2015. Airtel and Atria Convergence Technologies are at the second and third position with additions in gross revenues of Rs 24.47 crore and Rs 22.92 crore respectively.

5. Revenues of Quadrant Televentures, which operates in Punjab, fell by Rs 51. 37 crore — that’s the biggest decline among all the ISPs after BSNL.