Key officials of Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular, the country's top three operators, have met officials of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), on Friday, on the delayed allocation of spectrum and possible temporary disruption in
In a bid to avoid any disruption in mobile services in Delhi and Kolkata circles, key officials of Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular, the top three cellular operators in the country, will meet Rakesh Garg, secretary, Department of
Bharti Airtel, country's largest mobile operator, today reported nearly three-fold jump in consolidated net profit to Rs 1,383 crore for the second quarter ended September 30, 2014 on the back of higher mobile data revenue.
If the government does not approve the proposed transfer of assets of Loop Mobile (India) to Bharti Airtel, it would impact the government exchequer and Indian banks leading to huge loss, the company's managing director and CEO Sandip Basu said in a
Telecom major Airtel has set up a helpline number to help people know last location of their friends and relatives in case they are affected by cyclone Hudhud approaching coastal area of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
Bharti Airtel and the Telangana government today launched public Wi-Fi for users of smartphones, tablets and other Wi-Fi-enabled devices, to connect to the Internet across a select stretch covering 17 locations in Hyderabad's IT hub.
The Gujarat High Court has asked the state government not to collect stamp duty from various telecom service providers including Tata TeleServices, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications on customers' application forms.
Bharti Airtel said on Monday it had sold about 3,500 telecom towers to Eaton Towers across six countries in Africa.The two companies have signed a 10-year contract, and the deal will help Eaton to expand operations in these countries.
Bharti Airtel Ltd has agreed to sell more than 3,500 of its mobile phone masts in six African countries to telecommunications tower company Eaton Towers in a bid to cut costs, the companies said on Monday.
Shares of Bharti Airtel have surged nearly 2% to Rs 407.30 on the BSE in the early trades after reaching a consensus on the sale of its telecom towers in Nigeria for more than $1 billion within the next three weeks.
Irked by the "mischief conduct" of its executives towards customers, a consumer forum here has asked Bharti Airtel Limited to pay Rs five lakh, saying it was a fit case for "punitive damages" to teach the company a "lesson".
After a long, while Bharti Airtel is seeing sustained investor interest, as headwinds are seen to be abating in the domestic business. The stock is up 13 per cent over three months and 42 per cent over six months.
Much has been written about the recent Airtel commercial. In it, a woman boss assigns some work to a male employee, her husband - but still gets back home to cook a meal of his choice. She then sends him pictures of the food, asking him to come home soon.