A recently released report by TRAI reveals a constant decline in the ARPU every quarter in the past year. The GSM ARPU was Rs 144 during Oct-Dec 2009 and the CDMA ARPU was Rs 82.
The pan Indian operator has launched tariff plans for both prepaid and post paid customers.
The mobile advertising network said that the surge in mobile web traffic has come from both metros and non metros across the country.
Vodafone customers in Mumbai can download full length songs for rupee one each.
The government body also said that the total number of subscribers in rural areas stood close to 183 million at the end of January.
Nokia, Samsung and LG bag the top three mobile vendors' slots.
The app is free and available for download on BlackBerry Tour, BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Bold smart phones.
The service lets callers listen to content of their choice while the call is being connected.
Vodafone adds the maximum number of subscribers in the month of February, ahead of Airtel and Tata.
Tata Indicom BlackBerry prepaid offers two service according to the customer's requirements.
Powered by Android 2.1, Milestone enables usage of multiple applications at a time and as well as voice based street level navigable maps of 401 cities in India.
This will be a limited period offer wherein BSNL customers will be offered 400 MB of free download.
The handset giant has entered a partnership with content providers such as UTV and Hungama.
The IPL Bonus Recharge provides full talk time and offers bonus minutes equal to the highest runs scored by a batsman in an IPL match on the previous day.
The CDMA operator will roll out services in Andhra Pradesh in the second quarter, followed by Uttar Pradesh (West), Uttar Pradesh (East) and Gujarat.