Reliance Communications at present posted 5.8% rise in consolidated web revenue to Rs 54 crore for the three-month interval ended June 30.
Anil Ambani-led RCom, which at present agreed to merge its wi-fi telecom enterprise with smaller rival Aircel to create the nation’s fourth-biggest cell phone operator had posted a web revenue of Rs 51 crore in the identical interval a 12 months in the past.
The consolidated complete earnings from operations declined by 4.7% to Rs 5,259 crore within the reported quarter from Rs 5,521 crore it posted in corresponding interval a 12 months in the past.
“Outcomes for quarter impacted by migration of CDMA clients to 4G LTE. RCom 4G LTE companies now totally operational throughout India ,” RCom stated in an announcement.
The income of RCom from Indian operation stood at Rs 4,693 crore, down 2.5% from Rs 4,812 crore in the identical interval a 12 months in the past.
The worldwide operations section of the corporate registered income of Rs 1,185 crore, up by 5.3%, from Rs 1,125 crore in similar interval of 2015-16.
The corporate stated that its income per minute from cellphone calls elevated by 1.6% on year-on-year (Y-o-Y) foundation whereas complete minutes of utilization declined by 4.8% to 10,000 through the interval below assessment.
RCom stated that its income per consumer elevated by 5.7% to Rs 148.
“The overall knowledge buyer base has grown 9.9% Y-o-Y to 38.9 million together with 25.Four million 3G and 4G clients in first quarter,” the assertion stated.
The overall knowledge site visitors at 102 billion MB is up 10.4% Y-o-Y, it added.
The shares of RCom closed at Rs 51.05, up by 2.72% on BSE.