Since coming into the Indian telecom sector, Reliance Jio is continuously advancing. This can be gauged from the fact that every month new users are joining the company. At the same time, now reports have come out that in September too. Reliance Jio has added the maximum number of subscribers. Leaving behind all the telecom operators.
Apart from Jio, there has been a decrease in the number of subscribers from other companies. The report has revealed that Jio has added a total of 69.93 lakh subscribers in September this year. This report has been issued by TRAI. Apart from Jio, if we talk about other companies, Vodafone Idea has lost 25.7 lakh subscribers. Bharti Airtel has also suffered losses of 23.8 lakh customers.
According to new figures, Jio’s subscribers base is 35.52 crore. At the same time, MTNL, the government telecom company, also lost 8,717 users in September. Apart from Jio, there is another company that has increased its subscriber base and is BSNL. BSNL added 7.37 new customers in September.
Let us know that recently Vodafone-Idea and Airtel announced that it is going to increase the prices of its plans from December 1. At the same time, after this announcement. Reliance Jio had said in a statement that Jio’s tariff plans will be expensive in the next few weeks. Although the company has not given any information about the new prices.
Jio introduced separate IUC vouchers for calling on other networks some time ago due to the continuous losses in the telecom sector. At the same time, now the company is going to make the tariff expensive. This way, users are going to be hit double.
According to the report, the number of subscribers of Reliance Jio is increasing. But, the company is also incurring continuous losses. Not only this, but Jio is also behind Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel in terms of the customer on average revenue (ARPU), which shows performance in the market.
Let us know that Vodafone-Idea and Airtel have cited the AGR to be charged by the government behind the increase in tariff. However, Vodafone Idea and Airtel have to pay more money. At the same time, some time ago the Supreme Court had asked Vodafone Idea to pay Rs 44,200 crore. Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) within 90 days as Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR).