Uninor, India

Uninor provides mobile services in 6 Indian telecom circles.

Key facts

  • 39.849 million mobile subscriptions (Q2 2015)
  • Telenor holds 100 per cent ownership interest in Telewings Communications Services Pte. Ltd.
  • 3338 employees (Q2 2015)
  • Total revenues of NOK 4.200 million (2014)
  • Monthly Mobile ARPU: NOK 12 (Q2 2015)
  • The headquarters are located in Gurgaon, close to Delhi
  • CEO: Vivek Sood

Historical background

Eight months after entering into India, Uninor started offering its services in December 2009 with the biggest ever launch in Indian telecommunications history.

Telenor is committed to making long-term investments in the Indian mobile market. This way Telenor plays an important role in improving network stability and coverage in the country.

Analytical information

For detailed information on regulatory matters, network, licenses and competitors, see our business descriptions for Uninor.

Company Website

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Key Figures for uninor

(NOK in millions) 2nd quarter 1st half year Year
2015 2014 2015 2014 2014
(NOK in millions)
Revenues
Subscription and traffic 1.178 853 2.348 1.622 3.513
Interconnect revenues 173 157 373 300 649
Other mobile revenues 6 8 16 13 29
Non-mobile revenues 5 3 8 4 9
Total revenues 1.362 1.021 2.745 1.939 4.200
EBITDA before other items 24 (106) (30) (189) (422)
Operating profit (loss) (90) (170) (249) 1.361 882
Capex 253 130 362 247 1.374
No. of subscriptions - Change in quarter/Total (in thousands): 1.344 2.013 39.849 32.556 36.665
ARPU - monthly (NOK) 12 11 12 11 11
Exchange rate (INR) 0.1235 0.0994 0.1032