April 14, 2021 6:31 am

Tag: Bharti Airtel

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Merger of Airtel-Hughes VSAT satellite ops get NCLT go ahead

In 2019, Bharti Airtel and HCIL had said they would combine their VSAT satellite operations in the country, in which Hughes would be the majority stakeholder
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Telcos plan to seek NCSC blueprint over ‘trusted’ product from Chinese suppliers

The DoT’s recent guidelines are seen as India's first official step to keep both the Chinese companies out of India's telecom expansion, including 5G technology rollouts
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Amid restrictions for Chinese tech majors, Huawei partners Airtel to roll out Rs 300 crore telecom infra

According to the report, the telecom major has already struck a deal with the equipment manufacturer and has even issued a procurement order (PO) to Huawei
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Airtel looks to push 5G roll out plans with 355.45 MHz spectrum acquired for Rs 18,699 crore

The newly added spectrum will also help the company to improve its coverage in villages by offering the superior Airtel experience to an additional 90 million customers in India
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IT code may impact telecom giants with plans to expand OTT offerings

The new set of regulations which are set to come into force in three months will ensure that these companies put in place the mechanism to comply with the new IT code
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Bharti Airtel announces successful pricing of $1.25 billion US bond issue

As per market data, Airtel has priced $750 million of senior 10.25-year bonds at a yield of US 10 Year Treasury + 187.5bps for an implied coupon of 3.250%
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Airtel makes Ad Tech foray, launches Airtel Ads

The Airtel Ads will provide solutions to brands of all sizes to curate consent-based and privacy safe campaigns to one of the biggest pool of quality customers in India
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Airtel targets India’s $1 billion cloud communications market with Airtel IQ

With the deployment of Airtel IQ, enterprise will be able to embed communication services such as voice, SMS, IVR in their applications and digital properties

Telcos battle continues, Jio claims Airtel’s Ads misleading

Jio said that Airtel's advertisements of certain offers arean attempt to lure prospective subscribers making them believethat they will be provided 1 GB data per day for 70 days.
“We see Bharti Airtel as being best positioned among incumbent telcos to compete with Jio, with industry leading subscriber share and data capacity,” said Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey. (Representative image)

Bharti Airtel to retain leadership in high-end customers despite Reliance Jio free bonanza: Survey

The incumbents, particularly Bharti Airtel, should be able to retain most of high-end subscribers given they provide better voice and customer service, claimed a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey