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India’s broadband base reaches 13.95M in April; Mobile number portability requests slow down after March peak

Thursday, June 28, 2012 | More »

India added 1.6 lakh new broadband subscribers in the month of April (as against 2.5 lakh new users added in March) to take the total user base of high speed Internet to 13.95 million, according to the latest report released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). According to the telec...

GSM Subscription Rate Up In Sept After Shrinking For 6-Months; 2.5M Users Switch Operators In August

Since the nationwide launch of mobile number portability (MNP) in January this year, around 18 million mobile subscribers have already submitted requests to switch their service providers while retaining their phone numbers, according to telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI). As many as 2.51 ...

21 October, 2011 | More »

Huawei & Idea Launch Commercial Number Portability Solutions

Chinese telecom solutions major Huawei Technologies and Idea Cellular have launched commercial mobile number portability (MNP) solution in India, the company said on Friday. Under this project, Idea will be able to provide number portability service to more than 63 million subscribers in 22 regions ...

1 July, 2011 | More »

India Added 20.2M Mobile Users In March 2011: TRAI

In March 2011, the country added 20.21 million wireless users and it now has 811.59 million users. The share of rural subscribers has increased to 33.70% and overall mobile teledensity in India is now at 67.98%. India has a total of 846.32 million telecom (wireless and landline) users as of March 20...

2 May, 2011 | More »

India Regulator Says 3.8M Mobile Users Opt For MNP

India’s telecoms regulator said on Wednesday 3.8 million mobile subscribers have opted for mobile number portability (MNP) as of end-February, after the launch of the facility allowing users to retain their mobile numbers even if they switch carriers. MNP was introduced in a northern state in ...

10 March, 2011 | More »