India’s mobile phone subscriber base – including active and in-active customers — rose 0.04 percent to 1,162.30 million in April 2019 from 1,161.81 million in March, according to TRAI data.
Vodafone Idea has 393.25 million subscribers on its 2G, 3G and 4G networks.
Airtel has 321.89 million subscribers on its 2G, 3G and 4G networks.
Reliance Jio has 314.80 million subscribers on its 4G network.
BSNL has 115.89 million subscribers on 2G and 3G networks.
India has 999.68 million active wireless subscribers in April 2019. Airtel has the maximum proportion with 100.69 percent of its active wireless subscribers.
Mobile phone with a pre-paid or post-paid connection in urban areas increased 0.29 percent from 650.49 million in March to 652.35 million in April.
Mobile phone user base in rural India declined 0.27 percent from 511.32 million to 509.95 million.
The wireless tele-density in India declined from 88.46 in March to 88.42 in April 2019. The urban wireless tele-density increased from 155.49 in March to 155.71 in April. Rural wireless tele-density declined from 57.13 to 56.94.
India has 567.7 million broadband subscribers in April as compared with 563.31 million in March.
Top five broadband service providers are Reliance Jio Infocomm with 314.81 million, Bharti Airtel with 111.45 million, Vodafone Idea with 109.66 million, BSNL with 22.29 million and Tata Tele with 1.94 million.
Top five wired broadband service providers are BSNL with 9.15 million, Bharti Airtel with 2.38 million, Atria Convergence Technologies with 1.43 million, Hathway Cable & Datacom with 0.82 million and MTNL with 0.75 million subscribers.
Top wireless broadband service providers are Reliance Jio with 314.81 million, Vodafone Idea with 109.64 million, Airtel with 109.08 million, BSNL with 12.39 million and Tata Teleservices with 1.54 million subscribers.