Now, its total subscriber base increased 3.4% to 14.6 million compared to 14.1 million in the January-March quarter. Average revenue per user (APRU) increased to Rs 229 compared to Rs 228 a quarter ago. Monthly churn reduced to 0.7% compared to 1.1%.
Bharti Airtel India & South Asia MD & CEO Gopal Vittal said the non-mobile portfolio continues to witness healthy growth on the back of investments in home passes and HD content.
At present, Airtel Digital offers a total of 659 channels including 75 HD channels, 5 international channels, and 3 interactive services.