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South Africa’s Tigo Ghana to merge operations with Bharti Airtel
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South Africa’s Tigo Ghana to merge operations with Bharti Ai...

Airtel Ghana, a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, will merge its operations with Tigo Ghana, a subsidiary of Millicom International Cellular SA. Both Bharti Airtel and Millicom have signed an agreement to merge business operations where both companies will have ... Medianama, 1 month ago

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Weekly Wrap-up: New Jio Offers, Aadhaar Mandatory, Airtel’s Tikona Acquisition & More…

It’s Monday morning and yet again time to do a quick wrap-up of the posts published last week. If you were offline for any reason, this is a great way to catch up with all the tech buzz! Internet/Tech/E-Commerce Flipkart-owned Myntra has been planning an ...
 Trak.in1 month ago Weekly Wrap-up: Jio Offer Withdrawal, WhatsApp P2P Payments, Youtube Go & More…  Trak.in2 weeks ago

Sensex Opens Firm; Bharti Airtel Gains on Merger News

Posted by Equitymaster Asian equity markets are higher today as Japanese and Hong Kong shares show gains. The Nikkei 225 is up 0.51%, while the Hang Seng is up 0.20%. The Shanghai Composite is trading up by 0.45%. Stock markets in the US finished their ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago Sensex Opens Flat, Bank & FMCG Stocks Under Pressure  Equitymaster.com4 weeks ago
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Jio could slash telcos' FY18 operating profit

Falling revenues, increased capex, and first full year of spectrum debt may make things worse The telecom sector may not have enough money to pay off interest on their loans, if the worst-case scenario painted by brokerages is anything to go by. According to Rohit Chordia of Kotak Institutional Equities, disruptive pricing and offers could spark a 60 per cent year-on-year fall in India wireless operating profit (excluding Reliance Jio) in FY18 to under Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion). Given ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Global markets Remain Choppy as Geopolitical Tensions Rise

Posted by Equitymaster Global markets were mixed during the week as investors remained cautious in the face of uncertainty over Syria, escalating fears of a new weapons test by North Korea and tightening polls in the French presidential election. Investors ...
 Equitymaster.com2 weeks ago

Global Markets Weigh on Indian Indices, Telecom Stocks Continue to Slide

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets continued to trade weak in the afternoon session and finished in red for third consecutive session. At the closing bell, the BSE Sensex closed lower by 318 points, while the NSE Nifty closed down by 91 points.
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago Sensex Finishes on a Flat Note; Cigarette Stocks Rally  Equitymaster.com1 month ago Strong Start to the Week; Sensex Scales 29,000 Mark  Equitymaster.com1 month ago
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Jio tariff very aggressive, unsustainable: Sunil Mittal

Mittal said that overall, he expected that by March 2018, the dust will settle down for the entire industry. India's largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel has said the new tariff announced by Reliance Jio is very aggressive and unsustainable, and the industry will respond to it with more competitive plans and additional data offerings. Airtel had on Monday waived roaming charges to compete with free voice calls and roaming offered by Jio. The Mukesh Ambani-controlled company has not only ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Behind Voda-Idea merger looms Ambani

Every service provider, say analysts, now needs to make a much larger investment, and therefore needs a much larger share of the market to be profitable. Image: Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani. Photograph: PTI Photograph. It takes an exceptional businessman to change an industry once, it takes a Mukesh Ambani to do it twice. Back in 2002, the Reliance Industries chief paved the way for incoming calls to become free, and for mobile phones to proliferate. Now, having exited the ...
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