Indian telecom operators revenue in June quarter 2015


Telecom service revenues in June quarter 2015 by TRAI

TRAI or Telecom Regulatory Authority of India recently released the adjusted gross revenue (AGR) of Indian mobile service providers for the quarter ended June 2015.

The report includes only mobile service providers and exclude stand-alone ISPs.

These telecom operators generated a total AGR of Rs 46099 crore in the June quarter of 2015.

Bharti Airtel has posted AGR of Rs 14,327.9 crore.

The AGR of the second largest telecom operator Vodafone was Rs 9425.94 crore.

The Aditya Birla group promoted Idea Cellular generated quarterly AGR of Rs 7595.63 crore.

BSNL, the state-owned telecom service provider, has posted Rs 5025.96 crore revenue.

Tata Docomo is in the fifth position with AGR of Rs 3035.27 crore.

Anil Ambani-promoted Reliance Communications has posted an AGR of Rs 2610.6 crore.

Aircel, the Maxis joint venture, has reported Rs 2253.92 crore AGR.

Uninor, the telecom subsidiary of Telenor, has generated AGR of Rs 853.69 crore.

MTNL, another state-owned telecoms, clocked AGR of Rs 603.15 crore.

MTS, a joint venture of Russia’s Sistema, made AGR of Rs 316.43 crore.

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