When the mobile number portability was announced last year, it had been received with a lot of fanfare. indeed there have been reports that showed it instantly got immense feedback with several users choosing it. The ministry was taking it with such severity that Loop Mobiles was even dragged to court for rejecting MNP requests. in line with recent data, Airtel leads the pack in port out choices using Mobile number Portability.
Up to March thirty one, 2012, 10.82 million users opted for the services of Bharti Airtel, while 9.6 million Airtel subscribers requested to opt out. Vodafone follows, by having received 8.15 million port-out requests from subscqazribers and then comes plan Cellular with 5.97 million port-out requests. About 3.14 million Reliance Communications (GSM) users requested to port out of the network, while 1.79 million subscribers requested to affix it.
Reliance Communicationsâ€™ CDMA services witnessed zero.24 million port-in requests, while 1.72 million subscribers opted for porting out of the network. Tata Teleservices got 4.7 million port-out requests; BSNL (GSM) had 2.45 million port-out requests, while 1.68 million subscribers sent port-in applications. MTNL, operating in Delhi and Mumbai circles, received 0.13 million port-out requests and zero.03 million port-in requests.