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  • India’s leading telecom service provider
  • Total revenues of Rs 356.10 billion (US$ 5.92 billion) during FY 13
  • Total subscriber base of about 153 million (as of March 2013)
  • 37.3 million data users (as of March 2013)
  • Equity interests in over 30 countries

Vodafone India Ltd, headquartered in Mumbai, is the second largest mobile network operator serving over 150 million customers in India with a presence in all telecom circles. The company is a member of the Vodafone Group and commenced operations in 1994 when its predecessor Hutchison Telecom acquired the cellular license for Mumbai. Vodafone India has firmly established a strong position within the Vodafone Group too, making it the largest subscriber base globally.

Vodafone Business Solutions serves the requirements of an enterprise. It is a total communications offering that caters to all their voice and data, wireless and fixed-line needs. With the advantage of global expertise, experience and the knowledge of local markets, the business is run through the following verticals – Vodafone Global Enterprise, SME, National Corporate and Key Accounts.

In line with the government’s objective to improve rural penetration of telephony services, the company has also worked continuously in the last few years to establish a strong rural presence. Vodafone has marked a growth of over 21 per cent in its rural subscriber base in FY 2011–12 to become the second largest rural wireless operator in the country.


Vodafone: India’s third-largest mobile operator

2013 Unveils its first ‘Retail of tomorrow’ or ‘ROTO’ store in Karnataka
2012 Receives award from as the best 3G service operator – Telecom Operator Awards 2012
2011 Ranks No. 1 in overall customer satisfaction – Hindustan Times’ customer satisfaction National Survey
2010 Launches mobile applications store
India is one of the biggest consumer of data worldwide. As per TRAI, average wireless data usage per wireless data subscriber was 11 GB per month in FY20. It is expected to reach to 18 GB by 2024.