Telenor adds 1.5 mln subscribers in India in Q1

Monday 2 May 2016 | 21:30 CET | News
Telenor's Indian operation added 1.5 million subscriptions during the first quarter. At the end of March, Telenor India's subscriber base was 15 percent higher than in the year-earlier period. ARPU in local currency decreased by 8 percent to INR 90. The drop was mainly due to lower voice consumption and the impact from reduced mobile termination rate, partly compensated by increased data usage, parent company Telenor reported.

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