Vodafone lost 10 lakh more users, regulator also worried

According to the latest data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Wednesday, September 27, Vodafone Idea lost over 1.3 million customers in July this year.

The telecom giant also lost nearly 3 million customers in April and May. Vodafone’s subscriber growth rate was also 0.58 percent lower than last month.

Earlier in the day, outgoing TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela said CNBC-TV 18 The organization is concerned about Vodafone losing customers, which is a possible result of the telco not being able to launch 5G like its other counterparts.

At the time of the launch of 5G services at the India Mobile Congress in October last year, Aditya Birla Group chairperson Kumar Mangalam Birla had said that the company would soon launch its 5G services. He stood by his statement at a program in April this year.

On the other end of the spectrum, Reliance Jio gained nearly 4 million subscribers, overtaking Airtel, which gained around 1.5 million subscribers during the same period.

Reliance Jio tops the charts with over 440 million subscribers in India at the end of July, according to TRAI data. Airtel stood second with 375 million subscribers and Vodafone stood last among the three giants with less than 230 million subscribers.

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