Jio vs Airtel in India broadband market

The gap in terms of share between Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel in Indian wired broadband market is widening, according to the latest telecoms statistics from India’s telecom regulator TRAI.
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The wired broadband subscriber base of Jio reached 5.63 million connections in April 2022 as compared with 5.28 million in March, 5.04 million in February, 4.83 million in January and 4.57 million in December 2021.

Airtel’s wired broadband subscriber base touched 4.85 million connections in April 2022 as compared with 4.53 million in March, 4.43 million in February, 4.33 million in January and 4.2 million in December 2021.

The wired broadband subscriber base of BSNL decreased 3.8 million connections in April 2022 as compared with 3.85 million in March, 3.81 million in February, 3.9 million in January and 4.07 million in December 2021.

The wired broadband subscriber base of Atria touched 2.08 million connections in April 2022 as compared with 2.08 million in March, 2.06 million in February, 2.04 million in January and 2.01 million in December 2021.

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