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Largest Mobile Operators In The World

#1 China Mobile

China mobile is a Chinese state owned telecommunication company that offers nationwide multimedia services. With 689.08 million connections, it is the world’s largest mobile operator group. It generates revenue of $22.05 billion.

#2 Vodafone

Vodafone is a British multinational telecommunications company and operates networks in over 30 countries and partner networks in more than 40 additional countries. With 389.88 million connections, the Vodafone group comes in second place. The company’s revenue is $13.92 billion.

#3 América Móvil

América Móvil group is owned by Mexico’s richest man Carlos Slim. The company has 251.83 million connections and generates revenue of $7.98 billion. It is headquartered in Mexico City and its subsidiary Telcel is the largest mobile operator in Mexico.

#4 Airtel

Airtel is India’s first mobile operator and ranks forth in the world. Sunil Mittal own Airtel and is headquartered in New Delhi. The company operates in 20 countries across South Asia, Africa and the Channel Islands and commands 250.04 million connections and generates revenue of $3.04 billion. The company is also the first to achieve Cisco Gold Certification.

#5 Telefónica

Telefónica is the Spanish mobile operator. The Telefónica group has 243.51 million connections and generates revenue of $11.40 billion. The company also has operations in Europe, the USA and Latin America and is the former public monopoly of telecommunications in Spain.

#6 China Unicom

China Unicom is another Chinese mobile operator in the list. The company has 219.25 million connections and generates revenue of $4.95 billion. China Unicom is a state-owned telecommunications operator established in 1994 and started out as a wireless paging and GSM mobile operator.

#8 Reliance Communications

Reliance Communications commonly called RCOM) is another Indian telecommunications company which made to this list. It is owned by Anil Dhirubhai Ambani and is headquartered in Navi Mumbai. It is India’s 3rd largest telecom operator and ranks 8th worldwide. Reliance Communications has 154.60 million connections and generates revenue of $0.48 billion. It provides wireless operations, broadband as well as direct-to-home services.

#9 Telenor

Telenor group is the telecom operator in Norway. The company has 152.74 million communications and generates revenue of $2.55 billion. The Telenor Group has become an international wireless carrier with operations in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Asia, chiefly under the Telenor brand.

#10 China Telecom

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