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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Performance Indicators on India s Internet and Telecom Sector Qtr Ended Jun 2012

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Performance Indicators on India s Internet and Telecom Sector Qtr Ended Jun 2012

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The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 951.34
million at the end of Mar-12 to 965.52 million at the end of Jun-12,
registering a growth of 1.49% over the previous quarter as against 2.68%
during the QE Mar-12. This reflects year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth of 8.98%
over the same quarter of last year. The overall Teledensity in India has
reached 79.58 as on 30th June, 2012.

Chart 1.1: Trends in Telephone Subscribers and Teledensity in India

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Table 1.1: Subscriber Base & Teledensity – Rural & Urban

Quarter ending

Subscriber Base
(million)

Teledensity

Rural

Urban

Rural Urban

Jun-11

298.05

587.94

35.60 163.13

Sep-11

305.51

601.42

36.40 166.01

Dec-11

315.33

611.19

37.48 167.85

Mar-12

330.82

620.53

39.22 169.55

Jun-12

343.76

621.76

40.66 169.03

1.2 Subscription in Urban Areas grew from 620.53 million at the end of
Mar-12 to 621.76 million at the end of Jun-12 and the Urban
Teledensity marginally declined from 169.55 to 169.03 during the
quarter. Rural subscription increased from 330.82 million to
343.76 million and the Rural Teledensity increased from 39.22 to
40.66 during the quarter. The year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth rate of
Rural and Urban Teledensity from Jun-11 to Jun-12 is 14.23%
and 3.62% respectively.

1.3 Rural subscription growth rate declined from 4.91% in QE Mar-12
to 3.91% in QE Jun-12 and Urban subscription growth rate also
declined from 1.53% in QE Mar-12 to 0.20% in QE Jun-12. The Y-
O-Y rates of growth in Rural and Urban subscribers are 15.34%
and 5.75% respectively.

1.4 Rural subscription continues to show higher growth rate than
urban.

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Chart 1.2: Market Share - Rural & Urban

1.5 Share of Rural areas in total subscription has increased from
34.77% at the end of Mar-12 to 35.60% at the end of Jun-12. The
year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth of the market share of the Rural areas
for Jun-12 is 5.84%.

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Chart 1.3: Composition of Access subscription – Wireline & Wireless

1.6 The dominance of wireless segment in access services is steadily growing.

Chart 1.4: Composition of Telephone Subscribers at the end of the
quarter

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Table 1.2: Service Area wise Access (Wireless +Wireline)
Subscribers

Service Area

Subscribers (million)

Mar-12

Jun-12

Net
Additions % Rate of

Growth

Andhra Pradesh

69.19

69.79

0.60

0.86

Assam

14.44

15.10

0.66

4.58

Bihar

64.09

63.33

-0.77

-1.20

Delhi

45.40

45.73

0.33

0.72

Gujarat

55.15

56.31

1.16

2.10

Haryana

23.15

23.68

0.53

2.29

Himachal Pradesh

8.28

7.75

-0.53

-6.40

Jammu & Kashmir

6.51

6.88

0.36

5.59

Karnataka

58.41

59.31

0.91

1.56

Kerala

37.21

38.03

0.82

2.21

Madhya Pradesh

52.76

54.67

1.91

3.61

Maharashtra

73.12

74.20

1.08

1.48

Mumbai

39.29

38.80

-0.50

-1.27

North East

8.77

9.19

0.42

4.82

Orissa

27.08

26.95

-0.14

-0.50

Punjab

33.39

32.49

-0.91

-2.72

Rajasthan

50.32

51.37

1.05

2.08

T.N. (incl. Chennai)

80.87

82.70

1.83

2.26

U.P.(E)

76.35

78.62

2.27

2.98

U.P.(W)

54.43

56.04

1.61

2.96

Kolkata

26.17

26.74

0.57

2.18

West Bengal

46.95

47.87

0.91

1.94

All India

951.34

965.52

14.18

1.49

1.7 During the quarter, J&K has recorded the highest growth rate of
5.59%, followed by North-East(4.82%) and Assam(4.58%). In terms
of net additions, UP-E (2.27 million) is on the top position. Bihar,
H.P., Mumbai, Orissa & Punjab have recorded –ve growth during the
quarter.

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Chart 1.5: Net Addition in Telephone Subscription (In millions)

1.8 The net additions in telephone subscribers declined from 24.82
million in QE Mar-12 to 14.18 million in QE Jun-12.

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Table 1.3: Service Area wise Teledensity as on 30th June, 2012

Service Area

Rural
Teledensity

Urban
Teledensity

Total
Teledensity

Andhra Pradesh

40.96

186.56

81.39

Assam

30.10

151.41

48.60

Bihar

25.99

188.14

48.16

Delhi

--

--

238.60

Gujarat

54.43

148.48

92.74

Haryana

58.71

153.18

91.11

Himachal Pradesh

75.05

410.63

112.70

J&K

33.75

122.17

57.71

Karnataka

45.23

186.77

98.49

Kerala

65.85

234.26

108.79

Madhya Pradesh

27.39

132.60

55.55

Maharashtra*

53.81

145.71

96.97

Mumbai*
North East

39.79

158.38

68.69

Orissa

36.32

207.06

65.37

Punjab

66.37

169.93

109.71

Rajasthan

45.18

166.19

74.19

T.N. (incl Chennai)

57.20

167.47

119.05

U.P.(E)*

33.99

161.05

62.48

U.P.(W)*
Kolkata*

43.77

175.55

81.35

W.B.*

All India

40.66

169.03

79.58

* Population data/projections are available state-wise only

Notes:

1. Teledensity figures are derived from the subscriber data provided by the operators and the
population projections, for Urban and Rural areas, of the country, published by the Office of
the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.
2. Delhi Service area, apart from the State of Delhi, includes wireless subscribers of the areas
served by the local exchanges of Ghaziabad & Noida (in UP) and Gurgaon & Faridabad (in
Haryana).

1.9 Himachal Pradesh has the highest Rural Teledensity of 75.05,
followed by Punjab (66.37). Bihar continues to have the lowest Rural
Teledensity of 25.99, followed by Madhya Pradesh (27.39).

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Table 1.4: Growth in Subscribers

Service Provider

Subscriber base (millions)

Rate of
Growth
(%)

Market
Share –
Mar-12
(%)

Market
Share –
Jun-12
(%)

Mar-12

Jun-12

Net
Additions

Bharti

184.55

190.57

6.02

3.26

19.40

19.74

Reliance

154.32

155.87

1.55

1.01

16.22

16.14

Vodafone

150.48

153.73

3.25

2.16

15.82

15.92

BSNL

120.98

119.99

-0.99

-0.82

12.72

12.43

IDEA/Spice

112.72

117.16

4.44

3.94

11.85

12.13

Tata

83.19

81.69

-1.50

-1.81

8.74

8.46

Aircel/Dishnet

62.57

64.88

2.30

3.68

6.58

6.72

Unitech

42.43

45.58

3.15

7.41

4.46

4.72

Sistema

15.85

16.60

0.75

4.72

1.67

1.72

MTNL

9.29

9.02

-0.27

-2.87

0.98

0.93

Videocon

5.95

5.58

-0.37

-6.26

0.63

0.58

Loop Mobile

3.27

3.15

-0.12

-3.57

0.34

0.33

Quadrant (HFCL)

1.53

1.71

0.18

11.54

0.16

0.18

S Tel

3.43

-

-3.43

--

0.36

--

Etisalat

0.78

-

-0.78

--

0.08

--

Total

951.34

965.52

14.18

1.49

100

100

1.10 Bharti is the leading operator in Access segment in terms of number
of subscribers and also in terms of net additions. In term of net
additions during the quarter, IDEA is on the second position,
followed by Vodafone.

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Table 1.5: Market Share of the operators in total rural subscribers base
for the quarter ending Jun-12

Service Provider

No. of Total
Subscribers
(in millions)

No. of Rural
Subscribers
(in millions)

Percentage
of Rural
subscribers

Market share
of Rural
subscribers
(%)

Bharti

190.57

79.23

41.57

23.05

Vodafone

153.73

69.19

45.01

20.13

IDEA/Spice

117.16

64.00

54.62

18.62

Reliance

155.87

34.51

22.14

10.04

BSNL

119.99

41.41

34.51

12.04

Aircel/Dishnet

64.88 23.47

36.18

6.83

Tata

81.69 16.22

19.86

4.72

Unitech

45.58 13.01

28.55

3.79

Sistema

16.60 2.68

16.12

0.78

Quadrant (HFCL) 1.71 0.04

2.28

0.01

MTNL

9.02 -

0.00

0.00

Videocon

5.58 -

0.00

0.00

Loop Mobile

3.15 -

0.00

0.00

Total

965.52 343.76

35.60

100.00

1.11 IDEA continues to be the Service provider with highest proportion of
Rural subscribers (54.62%) to its total subscribers.

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