Jio Gains 6.4 Lakh Users In Aug, Airtel Adds 1.3 Lakh
The Free Press Journal|October 21, 2021
NEW DELHI: India's largest telecom operator Reliance Jio gained 6.49 lakh mobile users in August leading the subscriber addition tally, ahead of Bharti Airtel which added 1.38 lakh users, according to the TRAI data released on Wednesday.

In contrast, Vodafone Idea lost 8.33 lakh subscribers during August, although its losses were less than July.

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