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The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has been witnessing a lot of rush in regard to the Mobile Number Portability (MNP). The data has revealed that till now, they have got MNP requests from 45.89 million, which is somewhere around 5 million more than the requests being received in March 2012.
If to talk about which states have been witnessing large number of requests then northern and western states have registered record breaking requests. To be little more specific then Gujarat, Rajasthan Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are among the states, which have been witnessing a craze for the scheme.
"Subscription in Urban Areas declined from 620.53 million in March, 2012 to 618.92 million at the end of April, 2012. Subscription in Rural Areas increased from 330.82 million”, said the authorities concerned.
It seems that no more difference remains between rural and urban cities, as the report registered in regard to the MNP gas revealed that phone connection requests have increased in rural areas, but have declined in urban areas.
In addition, it has also been revealed that broadband connections have also increased in rural areas. To be more specific, 13.79 million connections have been activated in rural places.