TRAI's latest data informed that Vodafone-Idea lost 10.8 lakh subscribers in September whereas Airtel added 2.74 lakh subscribers.
Jio said the smartphone would be made available across the country at Reliance Retail's extensive network of JioMart Digital retail locations. Alternatively, customers can register their interest on jio.com/next or via WhatsApp.
The telecom operator did not inform when the phone would be launched. It had stated in its press release, last week, that the phone would be made available "in time for the Diwali season".
The company's gross revenue rose 49 per cent at Rs 1.91 lakh crore. The rise in crude oil prices and better realisation helped the old-economy business whereas the retail segment benefitted from footfalls as stores reopened and recorded more footfalls. Telecom vertical Jio too recorded greater revenue.
TRAI added that in terms of market share, Jio led the race holding 37.4 per cent of the market share. Airtel stood second with 29.85 per cent, Vodafone-Idea held 22.89 per cent whereas state-operated BSNL commanded a 9.63 per cent market share.
The operator has not communicated a possible reason for the outage at the time of publish.
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