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Airtel, Idea & Vodafone make up 65% of total active mobile connections in India – November 2015

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The top three telecom operators in India – Vodafone, Airtel and Idea Cellular – added 8.22 million active connections in November 2015, accounting for 65% of active connections, and 169% of total active added connections.

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Their growth is outpacing the rest, as, together, they accounted for more active connections during the month (65%) than all the telecom operators combined, while some of the rest lost connections.

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Reliance Communications (RCOM) lost 3.98 million active connections during the month. The operator still forms a significant part of the top four telecom operators, which together account for 77% of India’s active mobile connection base.

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