Indian company buys out Warid's remaining 30pc stake Bharti Airtel will acquire the remaining 30 percent stake held by Warid in Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. In January 2010, Airtel acquired a 70 percent stake from Warid in the Dhaka-based company and ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago
Bharti takes full ownership of Airtel Bangladesh - TeleGeography, 2 weeks ago
Bharti Airtel to buy rest of Bangladesh's Warid Telecom - Domain-B, 2 weeks ago
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Dutch-Bangla Bank (DBBL), Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. and Jaago Foundation have recently signed an agreement on mobile banking services at the mobile banking office of DBBL. Rubaba Dowla, chief service officer and head of m-commerce of Airtel, Korvi ...The New Nation, 3 weeks ago Bharti expands in Uganda, MTS India appoints new CEO, Bangladesh 3G auction delayed Telecoms.com, 3 weeks ago Bangladesh : ROBI receives approval for mobile banking service [TendersInfo (India)] TMC Net, 3 weeks ago Robi gets nod for mobile banking Telecompaper, 3 weeks ago
Airtels African customers need not pay roaming charges on incoming calls while travelling in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and 17 African countriesMSN India, 2 weeks ago Airtel creates borderless network to make voice, data and SMS roaming affordable to travellers Mobile World, 2 weeks ago Airtel creates borderless network Biz Community, 1 week ago Airtel introduces single network for Asia and Africa HumanIPO, 2 weeks ago
In 2010, Temasek-backed Bharti Airtel acquired majority stake in Warid Bangladesh. Bharti Airtel has entered into a definitive agreement with Warid Group to acquire Warid Telecom Uganda Ltd for an undisclosed amount, to strengthen its presence ...VC Circle, 3 weeks ago Bharti Airtel's acquisition of Warid Telecom could challenge MTN's dominance in Uganda Informa Telecoms & Media, 1 week ago UPDATE: Bharti Airtel Fiscal Fourth-Quarter Net Profit Almost Halves, Misses Forecast Tradesignal Online, 2 weeks ago Bharti Airtel 4Q Net Profit Down 49.4% 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
Internet Telephony Magazine Click here to read latest issue Subscribe for FREE - Click Here CUSTOMER Click here to read latest issue Subscribe forTMC Net, 1 month ago nearing 100 mln mobile subs Telecompaper, 2 weeks ago Bangladesh : BANGLADESH adds 1.2 Million new mobile users [TendersInfo (India)] TMC Net, 1 month ago adds 1.2 mln new mobile users in February Telecompaper, 1 month ago
Bangladesh,India,Jamaica,Myanmar,Sri Lanka : AIRTEL and DIGICEL to get into final Myanmar telecom license bid [TendersInfo (India)]
(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Airtel and Digicel have obtained confirmation from Myanmar authorities for entering in the final phase of the tender process for one of the two new telecom licences in Myanmar. Telecommunications ...TMC Net, 1 month ago Bharti Airtel shortlisted for Myanmar licence [Financial Express (India)] TMC Net, 1 month ago Airtel and Digicel enter final Myanmar telecom license bid Telecom Lead, 1 month ago
Bharti Airtel Holdings (Singapore) to acquire the remaining 30% equity stake in Airtel Bangladesh from Warid Telecom
Bharti Airtel Holdings (Singapore) Pte., Ltd. (Bharti), a Singapore-based wholly-owned subsidiary of Bharti Airtel Limited (Bharti Airtel), has reached an agreement to acquire the remaining 30% equity stake in Airtel Bangladesh Limited from Warid ...Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
Airtel Bangladesh Ltd and 14 other private companies on Tuesday were allowed to take $297 million in loans from foreign sources. The private sector foreign loan/supplier's credit committee headed by Bangladesh Bank governor Atiur Rahman approved ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago $ 297 m foreign loan for pvt sector approved The New Nation, 1 month ago BoI approves $297m foreign loan for 15 projects Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 month ago
The Bangladesh telecom regulator has approved an online bill payment system for Airtel customers. According to the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission website, Airtel customers will be allowed to recharge their phones through their ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
India's Bharti Airtel has announced that it is buying the remaining 30% of Airtel Bangladesh that it does not already own. In a very short statement that was equally short on details, the company said it is buying the 30% stake from the Warid ...Cellular-News, 2 weeks ago
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