Telcos’ gross revenues dip 1.36% in Jul-Sep 2021 to Rs 67,300 cr, AGR up 17%

Telecom service suppliers’ gross income declined by 1.36 per cent on a year-on-year foundation to Rs 67,300 crore within the July-September 2021 quarter, in accordance with a Trai report launched on Monday.

Telecom service suppliers (TSPs) had posted gross income of Rs 68,228 crore in the identical quarter a 12 months in the past, in accordance with the Trai’s efficiency indicator report for the July-September 2021 quarter.

The adjusted gross income (AGR) part of the telecom operators, on which the federal government levies expenses, elevated by 17.07 per cent to Rs 53,510 crore through the reported quarter from Rs 45,707 crore within the corresponding interval of 2020.

Entry service suppliers like Bharti Airtel, Jio and Vodafone Thought who present providers to finish customers accounted for 78 per cent of gross income and 79 per cent of AGR.

Reliance Jio reported highest AGR of Rs 18,467.47 crore through the reported quarter. It was adopted by Bharti Airtel (Rs 14,730.85 crore), Vodafone Thought (Rs 6,337.58 crore), BSNL (Rs 1,934.73 crore), Tata Teleservices (Rs 554.33 crore), MTNL (Rs 331.56 crore) and Reliance Communications (Rs 53.4 crore).

Authorities’s income from telecom providers within the type of licence charges and spectrum utilization expenses (SUC) elevated by 16.8 per cent and 19.99 per cent respectively on an annual foundation.

Authorities income assortment within the type of licence charge was Rs 4,271 crore and SUC was Rs 1,741 crore throughout July-September 2021, in comparison with Rs 3,656 crore and Rs 1,451 crore within the corresponding quarter of 2020, as per the report.

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