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Vodafone Idea net loss at ₹25,460 crore, ARPU slips by 5.8% QoQ to ₹114

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Vodafone Idea lost 11.3 million subscribers in the first quarter of financial year 2020–21, and had a net loss of ₹25,460 crores, as it made provisions to pay the AGR dues. Revenue stood at ₹10,659.3 crore, down 9.3% QoQ, and down 5.4% YoY. Airtel revenues for the same quarter stood at ₹24,419.2 crore (down 0.9% QoQ, up 16.1% YoY). Jio revenues for the same quarter stood at ₹19,513 crore, up 4.7% QoQ and 33.7% YoY. ARPU for the quarter declined 5.8% to ₹114 from ₹121 in the previous quarter, but up from ₹108 YoY (largely due to the tariff hike in FY20). Airtel ARPU stood at ₹157, up 1.95% QoQ and 21.7% YoY. Jio ARPU stood at ₹140.3, up 8.4% from ₹130.6 QoQ, and 15.2% YoY. Data over the network stood at 4,523 petabytes in the quarter, up 10.6% QoQ and 40.4% YoY. Data over Airtel's network stood at 7,239 petabytes in the quarter, up 12.2% QoQ and 72.7% YoY. Jio’s data traffic stood at 14,200 petabytes, up 10.6% QoQ. 4G subscriber base stood at 104.6 million, down 0.95% QoQ and up 23.35% YoY. Airtel data subscriber base stood at 148.57 million, up 0.34% QoQ and up 24.2% YoY. Jio subscriber base was 398.3 million, up 20.2% YoY and 2.6% QoQ. Data usage per 4G subscriber stood at 13GB per month, up 10.6% QoQ and 15.2% YoY. Airtel monthly usage per user increased in Q1 from 15GB to 16.3GB. Jio usage was at 12.1GB per user, up 6.14% YoY, and…

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