BSNL leads wireline segment despite losing maximum subscribers in January.

The management of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) released the Telecom Subscription Data Report showing an increase in subscribers in January 2021. The subscriber base in January was owned by private telecommunications which is another state-owned MTNL and BSNL. BSNL and MTNL sit on the negative side of the chart where BSNL loses 2.13 l existing users and MTNL loses approximately 18,545 users.

In addition to losing the highest number of subscribers in January 2021, BSNL continues to lead the way in broadband in the Indian subcontinent with 7.69 million subscribers followed by Airtel with 4.64 million subscribers. However, in January 2021, it was JioFiber that added the maximum number of cable users to more than 1.96 lakh while Airtel added 76,654 new cable subscribers.

To date, BSNL is raising the base of the global wireline subscriber base followed by Airtel to 4.64 million users, with JioFIber having a global subscription base of 2.25 million users. ACT Fibernet, Hathway Cable, and Datacom follow a list of 1.80 million users and 1.05 million respectively. The wireline registration for January 2021 stands at 26,331 subscribers.

When it comes to wireless subscriptions in January 2021, Jio maintains its position and continues to top the wireless subscriber base with 410.7 wireless subscribers, followed by Airtel and Vodafone Idea with 344.6 million and 286 million respectively.

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