Flipkart enjoys a plum 45% market share which is equivalent to the combined market share of the next three players and 60% market share of mobile commerce. The same report also states that the number of online shoppers in India stands at 50 million.

Flipkart claims to have crossed the platinum number of 75 million registered users, making it the first online retail marketplace to reach this milestone in a single country after United States and China.

As per TRAI, number of broadband connections in India stands at 121 million and Flipkart’s registered customer base stands at over 61% of the entire wireless and wire-line broadband connections in India.

Recently Flipkart had crossed the 50 million installs mark on the Android Playstore.

As per Morgan Stanley report, Flipkart enjoys a plum 45% market share which is equivalent to the combined market share of the next three players and 60% market share of mobile commerce. The same report also states that the number of online shoppers in India stands at 50 million.

Question for Flipkart:

  • Is Flipkart bigger than total number of shoppers online?

The February 2016 report by Morgan Stanley puts the number of online shoppers in India at 50 million, while the Assocham- PwC report of March 2016 said 55 million people purchased something online in 2015, while Flipkart is claiming 75 million user base.

1 comment

  • 75 million ‘REGISTERED USERS’ does not mean that they are all TRANSACTING Users. I may have an account with Flipkart (Phone no, email ID etc) but may not have yet bought something.
    It is not necessary to count a person as an User only after he/she bought something on the platform. Browsing the site/app AND Registration is enough to be called an User. There is nothing wrong with the numbers shared by Flipkart.