Thank you for writing. It is not necessary that increased utilisation will translate to higher revenue. We will know this clearly in the quarterly results if there was significant increase in data top ups, and this doesn't apply in the case of Reliance Jio, which gave additional data to all its subscribers. Moreover, as you rightly said, there is cost linked to increased capacity of the network -- either through addition of a new site or adding hardware/software in the existing sites. With more number of sites, the operational expenditure increases too. In case of ISPs, they already provide ample data to their subscribers within the monthly plans. The subscribers were not using so much data until work from home, social distancing norms kicked in. Their capacity utilisation has gone up, but it won't impact revenue figures. Not unless they add new subscribers.