Jio Fiber, the wired broadband service from Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio, had roughly simply 0.86 million subscribers as of December 31, the newest Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) information exhibits. This was a marginal development for the corporate that in November had a subscriber base of 0.83 million. Fighting for the highest, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) had essentially the most variety of subscribers for December with roughly 8.39 million customers. This was, nonetheless, a nasty month for the state-run telecommunications firm that noticed a subscriber base of 8.51 million in November 2019.
Overall, the entire variety of wired broadband subscribers for December elevated by 0.03 %, in comparison with November. The subscriber base as of December 31 was at 19.14 million in comparison with 19.13 million subscribers in November 2019.
Followed by BSNL, the Bharti Airtel (2.42 million), ACT Fibernet (1.52 million), and Hathway Cable & Datacom (0.90 million) clung to the highest spots for December subscriber base, the info revealed. The Reliance Jio’s wired broadband service was on the fifth place.
Since its launch in September 2019, Jio Fiber has seen regular development as month-to-month TRAI information has shown. At the time of the launch, the corporate’s wired connection service was essentially the most anticipated because the customers have been hoping for a similar stage of disruption that Jio had dropped at the mobile market.
As earlier reported, Jio Fiber regained the crown of the quickest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for the month of January this yr – forsaking Airtel, Spectra, and seven Star Digital. The information that was launched by Netflix’s ISP velocity index stated the Mukesh Ambani-owned broadband arm constantly maintained its place among the many quickest ISPs within the nation with a median velocity of three.63Mbps.
However, some studies have reserved that the Jio’ wired broadband, Jio Fiber additionally sees essentially the most fluctuations in common information speeds.