Airtel users are spending 20.3GB data every month! ARPU increased to Rs 193 and profit increased by 92%

Airtel users are spending 20.3GB data every month!  ARPU increased to Rs 193 and profit increased by 92%
  • Airtel ARPU has increased from Rs 163 to Rs 193.
  • Airtel users are spending an average of 20.3GB data every month.
  • According to company MD Gopal Vittal, by March 2024, Airtel 5G will come across the country.

Airtel, India’s second largest telecom company, has shared its stock exchange filing report. Along with the ups and downs in the company’s business, important statistics related to Airtel consumer base, 5G network expansion plan, 4G data usage and Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) have been shared in this report. How important this data released by Airtel is for company users, you can read this information in the points given below.

Airtel earned 92 percent profit

According to the report shared by Bharti Airtel, this telecom operator has earned a profit of Rs 1,588 crore in the October-November-December quarter. If seen at the annual rate, it is 92 percent more than the previous year. With this strong earning, the company’s total revenue has crossed Rs 35,800 crore. Airtel revenue has increased by 19.9 percent. Also read: There will be no shortage of recharge, calling and data of Airtel running for 30 days

Airtel users’ expenses increased

Talking about mobile users, Airtel ARPU ie Average Revenue Per User has also seen a huge jump. It was Rs 163 in December 2021, which has reached Rs 193 in December 2022. For the understanding of the readers, let us tell you that Average Revenue per User is the money that is spent by each user on an average. That means every Airtel user is now spending an average of Rs 193 on their mobile plans.

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91Mobiles would like to explain to its readers that the higher the ARPU of any company, the better it is for the company. But in the telecom sector, it can also be called the impact of inflation on the company’s customers. Talking about Airtel itself, earlier this company used to offer its minimum recharge plan for less than Rs.100, but now the minimum recharge has become more than Rs.150. In such a situation, users have to spend more money to get the service, which is increasing the ARPU of the company.

64 lakh new customers connected to Airtel

Airtel has told that the company has added 64 lakh new 4G users to its network during the December quarter. With this addition, the Airtel 4G customer count has now crossed 216 million. The company has said that the average data usage per customer per month on the Airtel network has been pegged at 20.3GB. On the other hand, regarding 5G, the company’s MD Gopal Vitthal has given a statement that by March 2024, 5G network will be rolled out across the country.

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