New Delhi : According to the Quarterly performance of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on DTH sector, the Direct-to-home subscriber base has increased to 70.33 million in the second quarter FY 2015 compared to 67.57 million in the first quarter FY 2015, up by 3.92% in India.
Inactive direct-to-home subscribers has increased from 29.33 million in the April-June 2014 to 31.2 million July-September 2014, up by 5.99% quarter-on-quarter, added the report. The active subscriber base during the quarter increased by 2.27% to 39.13 million during the quarter ended September 2014 from 38.24 million during the quarter ended June 2014.
Dish TV and Airtel Digital TV had added 378,000 and 151,000 net subscribers respectively during the quarter ended September 2014. The subscriber addition numbers of other DTH players namely Tata Sky, Reliance Digital TV, Sun Direct and Videocon d2h are not in the public domain.