Reliance Communications Ltd., India’s second-largest mobile services provider by subscribers, expects to have 100 million users by the end of 2009, a senior company executive said Thursday.
“Our target is to have 100 million subscribers by the end of this year, now that we have both CDMA and GSM technologies,” S. P. Shukla, its president of wireless services, told reporters on the sidelines of an industry conference.
Reliance Communications, which mainly operates mobile services under the code-division multiple access, or CDMA, technology, had nearly 74 million subscribers at the end of March.
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Reliance ended Q1 with 72.7m mobile customers. This compares with 61.3m three months earlier and 45.8m at the end of the fiscal year 07/08, gains of 10.3m and 26.9m respectively. The company claims to be â€œIndia’s largest integrated communications service providerâ€ but the claim has something of a hollow ring when its numbers are set alongside those of Bharti Airtel. Reliance may be integrated, for what that’s worth, but it just isn’t as big as Bharti, either by revenues or customers. Its customer base of 77m (including Broadband) is less than Bharti’s 96.7m, while its revenues – INR61.2bn in this latest quarter â€“ fall well short of Bharti’s INR98.2m.
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Reliance Communications Ltd. posted a 3.3% slip in fourth-quarter consolidated net profit on a sharp decline in average revenue per user and promotional offers.
Net profit at the company — India’s second-largest mobile-service provider by subscribers — fell to 14.54 billion rupees (291.4 million) in the January-March quarter from 15.03 billion rupees a year earlier.
Net sales rose 12% to 55.23 billion rupees from 49.48 billion rupees a year earlier, coming in below analysts’ expectations.
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Reliance Communications today introduced a new ”’Magic @ Re 1 plan” in Andhra Pradesh in which the new CDMA subscribers can make local calls at 60 paise per minute and STD calls at Re 1.20 per minute, by paying a rental of just Rs one per day.
Customers could avail this offer by recharging their prepaid mobile with Rs 26 and enjoy the benefits valid for Life time, a press release said here.
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Reliance Communications, India’s largest and only telecom service provider to offer nationwide GSM and CDMA services today introduced a further convenient option of availing Magic Tariffs on a daily basis.
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The flagship company of the Reliance-Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group â€“ Reliance Communications is aiming to be one of the top five mobile phone operators of the world, and for that the company is looking to hike up the number of its subscribers by one third to 100 million by the end of the current year â€“ reports the Financial Times.
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Buoyed by the entry of new telecom players and entry of Reliance Communications in the GSM space, the Indian telecom industry clocked the highest subscriber-addition in a month, by adding 15.87 million subscribers in March 2009. According to the latest data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, (Trai), while the wireless (GSM, CDMA and WLL (Fixed)) segment witnessed addition of 15.64 million users, the wireline segment saw an increase for the first time in two years, by adding 230,000 to its subscriber base.
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Telecom service provider Reliance Communications today said it has added about three million new subscribers during March 2009 taking its total subscribers base to over 72 million across the country.
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Monthly addition in the GSM (global system for mobile communications) subscriber base touched a record 10.84 million in March, despite the economic slowdown. And experts suggest that growth in user numbers would increase even further.
According to TV Ramachandran, director general of the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), the monthly GSM subscriber addition could touch as much as 15 million some time this year.
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Anil Ambani group company, Reliance Communications, on Friday said that it has added a record 3.38-million new wireless customers during February.
For the second consecutive month, Reliance Mobile has emerged as the countrys largest and most preferred telecoms operator in terms of new subscriber additions, the company said in a press release here.
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