Bharti Telecom sells 2.75% stake in Airtel for Rs 8,433 cr in secondary market; more of debt relief exercise, feel analysts
Promoter firm Bharti Telecom has sold 2.75 percent stake in Airtel to institutional investors in the secondary market, raising over Rs 8,433 crore, the company said on Tuesday
Bharti Airtel promoter firm to raise $1 bn through equity to become debt-free; may sell nearly 15 cr shares: Report
Bharti Telecom holds around 41 percent stake in Bharti Airtel, while foreign promoter entities own 21.46 percent stake in the telecom firm. Public shareholders have around 37 percent stake in the company.
Delay hits Airtel, Tata Teleservices merger; unlikely to get govt nod this year as deal caught in AGR dues controversy
Bharti Airtel on 1 July announced that the consumer mobile business of Tata Teleservices Ltd (TTSL) has now become a part of the company
Reliance Jio says 'Digital India' mission possible only if country is made 2G-mukt; says it will comply with regulatory regime
Jio further said that the exercise requires continued investment at an industry level.
In a first, RCom AGM to be chaired by resolution professional today; firms in diversified group to hold their AGMs
RCom itself sought bankruptcy early February after its efforts to sell spectrum to Reliance Jio failed due to regulatory delays
Vodafone Idea posts Rs 5,005 cr loss for third quarter; telco targets higher share of new 4G customers
The books of Vodafone Idea recorded comprehensive loss of Rs 1,284.5 crore in the same quarter a year ago.
The term loan is covered by the Korea Trade Insurance Corporation (K-Sure).
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Ahead of merger with Airtel, Tata Teleservices adds more new subscribers than others in August: TRAI
Though their was a dip in overall telecom subscriber base, the broadband segment recorded increase in customer base to 31.64 crore at the end of August from 31 crore at the end of July with a monthly growth rate of 1.81 percent.
The wireless tele-density in India declined from 92.03 at the end of July to 91.87 at the end of August. The net decline in the wireline subscriber base was 0.15 million with a monthly decline rate of 0.63 percent.
BSNL takes on Jio's 'Dhan Dhana Dhan offer' with Rs 333 'Triple Ace' plan offering 3 GB of data per day
Telecom provider BSNL introduces three, new, data-heavy plans to compete in the rate-war now shaking up the telecom market
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank appears to be dipping its toes in the Internet of Things (IoT) space with the announcement of an eSIM project for IoT devices.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has issued recommendations for complaints/grievance redressal in the telecom sector. These recommendations are based on a consultation paper that was issued on the same.
The existing Rs 156, Rs 198, Rs 291 and Rs 549 plans from BSNL are being upgraded to offer lots more data and in some cases, increased validity
Ending months of speculation, Vodafone on Monday confirmed it is in talks with the Aditya Vikram Birla group for the merger of its Indian entity and Idea Cellular in what will be the largest such deal in the country's telecom space once it materialises.
Retired judge seeks Rs 9,900 crore penalty for Airtel, Vodafone and Idea for anti-competitive behaviour
Justice B.C. Patel, a retired Chief Justice of the Delhi and the Jammu and Kashmir High Courts, has sought a penalty of Rs 9,900 crore to be imposed on Airtel, Vodafone and Idea collectively for their "gross violation" of licensing terms and conditions.
BSNL and Vodafone have announced the signing of a 2G intra-circle agreement that allows them to use each other’s assets and network across the country.
RelianceJio's entry and rapid expansion of 4G services by other telecom operators are expected to drive data traffic five-fold on its devices by the end of this year, Indian tech firm Indus OS has said.
Terming its recent confrontation with regulator TRAI in the wake of Rel Jio controversy as "unfortunate misunderstanding", the cellular operators body has said it has no intention to disparage anyone and is keen to move forward and resolve issues.
Vodafone has announced that prospective Vodafone customers will soon be able to walk into a Vodafone store with their Aadhar number and walk out with an activated prepaid or postpaid SIM.