Telecom major Bharti Airtel and Malaysian firm Axiata have deferred the agreement for merger of their Bangladesh operations till September 26, 2016. The merger of their Bangladesh business was earlier expected to be completed in the first half of ... VC Circle, 1 day ago
Airtel, Axiata defer Bangladesh biz merger pact - Business Standard, 1 day ago
BHARTI AIRTEL : Press Release dt. June 22, 2016 - 4 Traders, 2 days ago
2 images for "airtel bangladesh"
The High Court of Bangladesh gave the government 22 more days to decide on the merger of private mobile operators Robi and Airtel. Justice Syed Refaat Ahmed's Company Bench has decided to extend this period, after hearing all stakeholders, Dhaka ...Telecompaper, 1 month ago Court Grants more Time for Rob and Airtel Merger Communications Today, 1 month ago ROBI-AIRTEL MERGER: HC gives govt 3 more weeks for report New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago Court grants more time for Robi-Airtel merger Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
telecomasia.nTelecomAsia.net, 1 month ago Robi-Airtel merger defers again Bangladesh Daily Star, 8 hours ago
Jamaludin: We are working it out with the Bangladesh government. KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd is taking another look at its proposed merger involving its unit in Bangladesh, Robi Axiata Ltd, with Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. This has come about ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Robi-Airtel merger: Axiata chief says ready to pay certain amount of merger fees New Age Bangladesh, 4 weeks ago Axiata warns govt no mergerof Robi, Airtelif Tk 700crfees imposed New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago No plan for edotco IPO — Axiata CEO Edge Markets, 1 month ago
The telecoms division of Bangladesh's Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications & Information Technology (MoPTI) has proposed that the new entity created by the Bangladesh pay around BDT 5 billion (approximately USD 62.4 million) in fees for using ...Telecompaper, 1 month ago Prime Minister considering extra conditions, fees for Robi-Airtel merger TeleGeography, 1 month ago Spectrum auction: Finance asks telecom toexplain delay New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Tejinder Kalra, Nokia India's head of Bharti Airtel global account, has resigned from his position within the company. Nokia is expected to soon appoint Jaideep Minocha as Kalra's successor, The Economic Times reports, citing two unnamed people ...Telecompaper, 1 month ago Tejinder Kalra quits Nokia, Jaideep Minocha to take over Tele.net.in, 1 month ago Tejinder Kalra of Nokia resigns Telecom Tiger, 1 month ago Nokia India head of Bharti Airtel account quits Economic Times, 1 month ago
More from: , Media Nama...and 2 other sources
A file photo shows a boy talking on a mobile phone while he was walking past closed shops in Dhaka. The telecom ministry has sent recommendations to the finance ministry for approval to impose Tk572 crore in fees and charges on the proposed merger ...New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago Govt eyes Tk 500cr from Robi-Airtel merger New Age Bangladesh, 2 months ago
Bangladesh reached 131.94 million mobile telephony subscribers in April, up from 130.8 million in March, according to a report from the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC). At end-April, mobile operator Grameenphone had 56.95 ...Telecompaper, 1 month ago Bangladesh mobile phone user base drops to 130 mln in March Telecompaper, 2 months ago
Bharti Airtel Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer (India and South Asia) Gopal Vittal is new chairman of Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), an industry body representing GSM mobile phone companies. Vittal is taking over from ...Communications Today, 3 weeks ago
Private-equity backed Helios Towers Africa is an independent tower company that owns and leases about 5,500 telecom towers in various African countries. (Reuters) As part of its ongoing efforts to trim its Rs 83,888.3 crore debt, Bharti Airtel , ...Financial Express, 1 month ago Bharti Airtel to sell 950 mobile towers in Congo to Helios Africa Financial Express, 1 month ago To trim Rs 83,888 Crore debt, Bharat Airtel to sell 950 mobile towers in Congo Communications Today, 1 month ago Tower companies: A way forward for telcos? Dhaka Tribune, 2 months ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!