Interesting TRAI December 2021 Subscriber data

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airtel BSNL balle balle

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And hence airtel will not shy to raise prices joy joy

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Oh yeahhh.

VI will vanish in next report after reducing data and increasing price🥺 now how do i watch my favourite 4k videos

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when chortel will raise prices once again people will shift to jio

ambani is the real businessman. he knew that people will shift but still raised prices.bahut aage ki sochta ha

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Article link for the curious minds: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/t...

* Most dual sims are getting gradually filtered out.
* Since most will like to keep their primary sims and not take the portout headache, now that costs are almost similar.. Airtel has more chances to hold on to its userbase.

Guys who are thinking Jio will lower prices or give heavy offers to get back customers, it won’t happen. All of them are together right now. Also when others will raise prices .. so will Jio. Price hike currently happens after discussion and so that all are on the table.

Basically within a year get ready to pay 400/ month for a good connection with optimal (which means not enough to download loads of movies during prime time) data, whichever network you are on.

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Seinfeld wrote:

Article link for the curious minds: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/t...

* Most dual sims are getting gradually filtered out.
* Since most will like to keep their primary sims and not take the portout headache, now that costs are almost similar.. Airtel has more chances to hold on to its userbase.

Guys who are thinking Jio will lower prices or give heavy offers to get back customers, it won’t happen. All of them are together right now. Also when others will raise prices .. so will Jio.. this currently happens after discussion and so that all are on the table.

Basically within a year get ready to pay 400/ month for a good connection with optimal (which means not enough to download loads of movies during prime time) data, whichever network you are on.

Guys who are thinking Jio will lower prices or give heavy offers to
get back customers, it won’t happen. All of them are together right now.
Also when others will raise prices .. so will Jio.. this currently
happens after discussion and so that all are on the table.

yes there are people here who think that ambani will reduce price to 200 per month


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Why jio customers are leaving despite having low tariff plans as compared to others two major operators. How chortel has added so much customers, Vi ka to samaje aata hai wo ghar ka na rha naahi ghaat ka. Vi only follow chortel footsteps rather than improving network.

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Mufasa wrote:

Why jio customers are leaving despite having low tariff plans as compared to others two major operators. How chortel has added so much customers, Vi ka to samaje aata hai wo ghar ka na rha naahi ghaat ka. Vi only follow chortel footsteps rather than improving network.

Cause jio is secondary sim for many many people and also Jio network has detoriated over the period of time. Jio maybe few rupees cheaper than others, but not everyone wants cheap service.

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Mufasa wrote:

Why jio customers are leaving despite having low tariff plans as compared to others two major operators. How chortel has added so much customers, Vi ka to samaje aata hai wo ghar ka na rha naahi ghaat ka. Vi only follow chortel footsteps rather than improving network.

Poor network speeds in case of Jio most probably which seemingly remain unresolved despite multiple complaints over the years. Jio delivered good speeds sufficient to stream cricket matches in HD with little to no buffering near consistently over a 1500km rail journey both over B40 and B5 (Airtel and Vi didn’t have 4G coverage for most of the journey ) but in my locality B40 crawls to slow 3G speeds over B40 during peak hours despite LTE-CA. To be fair  Airtel is no better nowadays. If it weren’t for manually locking onto B8, Airtel would have been even slower than Jio! Vi was always the best and it has become even better after the last spectrum auction? But barely a km away Vi 4G is practically unusable! 

Also some folks deem Airtel and erstwhile Vodafone to be premium networks. 

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Poor network speeds in case of Jio most probably which seemingly remain unresolved despite multiple complaints over the years. Jio delivered good speeds sufficient to stream cricket matches in HD with little to no buffering near consistently over a 1500km rail journey both over B40 and B5 (Airtel and Vi didn’t have 4G coverage for most of the journey ) but in my locality B40 crawls to slow 3G speeds over B40 during peak hours despite LTE-CA. To be fair  Airtel is no better nowadays. If it weren’t for manually locking onto B8, Airtel would have been even slower than Jio! Vi was always the best and it has become even better after the last spectrum auction? But barely a km away Vi 4G is practically unusable! 

Also some folks deem Airtel and erstwhile Vodafone to be premium networks. 

for me jio had always poor speeds in pre jio era airtel gave speeds of over 60mbps in my area and jio gave speed of 25-30 mbps before its official launch. now BSNL on 3g is better than jio and jio have tower in my locality. jio was never popular for quality it was for price.

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vkrmjeet wrote:

for me jio had always poor speeds in pre jio era airtel gave speeds of over 60mbps in my area and jio gave speed of 25-30 mbps before its official launch. now BSNL on 3g is better than jio and jio have tower in my locality. jio was never popular for quality it was for price.

Yes. But it varies from place to place. In my home coverage over B5 was fantastic, 20Mbps almost always. After LTE-CA was launched there last year even in the old Redmi Note 3 without band locking it’s in the 20-30Mbps range most of the time. Jio’s coverage is simply unmatched. I have watched with envy? while folks on Jio happily streamed videos in HD or even FHD during my travels while I would be lucky to get 4G in Airtel/Vi whenever nearing a city. I guess even in areas with poor speeds calling/SMS wouldn’t be a problem? Jio VoLTE is super stable.

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Port my primary jio no to airtel only because of switch off issue on calling

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LIMBO wrote:

Yes. But it varies from place to place. In my home coverage over B5 was fantastic, 20Mbps almost always. After LTE-CA was launched there last year even in the old Redmi Note 3 without band locking it’s in the 20-30Mbps range most of the time. Jio’s coverage is simply unmatched. I have watched with envy? while folks on Jio happily streamed videos in HD or even FHD during my travels while I would be lucky to get 4G in Airtel/Vi whenever nearing a city. I guess even in areas with poor speeds calling/SMS wouldn’t be a problem? Jio VoLTE is super stable.

for me it’s airtel , been using it for years and my brother had jio and there was speed issue he complained to jio customer care for 1 and half year and their generic response was we know ur area has low coverage and in 6 month it will be resolved and it was never resolved.

but in case of operators you should go with the one that is most strong in the area you reside the most not every operator can be strong everywhere.

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LIMBO wrote:

Poor network speeds in case of Jio most probably which seemingly remain unresolved despite multiple complaints over the years. Jio delivered good speeds sufficient to stream cricket matches in HD with little to no buffering near consistently over a 1500km rail journey both over B40 and B5 (Airtel and Vi didn’t have 4G coverage for most of the journey ) but in my locality B40 crawls to slow 3G speeds over B40 during peak hours despite LTE-CA. To be fair  Airtel is no better nowadays. If it weren’t for manually locking onto B8, Airtel would have been even slower than Jio! Vi was always the best and it has become even better after the last spectrum auction? But barely a km away Vi 4G is practically unusable! 

Also some folks deem Airtel and erstwhile Vodafone to be premium networks. 

sir what is b4, b5?

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I think this chart was released by Airtel 😂

who knows airtel may  even acquire bsnl 🙄


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Chortel be like :  https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/744404/medium/images_-_2022-02-17T204058.801.jpg?1645110700

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Shocking numbers really! 

I have All 4 cards in my family. JIO with best coverage and speed (up to 70Mbps but average around 40), Airtel with great coverage and so-so speed like 8-10Mbps, VI with OK coverage and crapfest 2-3 Mbps speed (Getting ported soon) and BSNL with great network and no idea about speed :

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kukdookoo wrote:

sir what is b4, b5?

radio spectrum bands , there are two naming conventions 850mhz , 1850mhz , 2100mhz etc b4,b5 etc

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RCom lost 800??? How? RCom stopped services years back and chota bhai gave the spectrum to mota bhai through the back door.

Also indicates about 1.30 Cr reduction overall in total subscribers. Indication of people discontinuing alternate SIMs. Also possible that the Jio data relates to old  long inactive SIMs which have been finally removed by Jio.

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