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Telenor India buy won't affect Airtel's financial position: S&P

Telenor India buy won't affect Airtel's financial position: S&P

Acquisition of Telenor's India operations will help telecom giant Bharti Airtel improve its market and spectrum position without any material increase in debt, S&P Global Ratings has said.

Bharti Airtel to buy Telenor India

Bharti Airtel to buy Telenor India. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

'Acquiring Telenor will raise Bharti revenue market share by 2%'

'Acquiring Telenor will raise Bharti revenue market share by 2%'

Acquisition of Telenor's business will increase Bharti Airtel's revenue market share by two percentage points to 35 percent and will add up to USD 60 million to its pre-tax profits, international ratings agency Fitch said.

Bharti Airtel-Telenor deal: Key things you should know

Bharti Airtel-Telenor deal: Key things you should know

Bharti Airtel is buying Norwegian Telenor`s India unit driven by upstart rival Jio`s disruptive pricing. The deal involves many strategic angles. 

Airtel shares rise 11% on Telenor India acquisition

Airtel shares rise 11% on Telenor India acquisition

Shares of Bharti Airtel soared 11 percent on Thursday reaching one-year high after the telecom operator said it will acquire the business of Telenor India for an undisclosed sum in all seven circles where it holds spectrum.

Bharti Airtel to acquire Telenor India as rival Jio spurs consolidation

Bharti Airtel to acquire Telenor India as rival Jio spurs consolidation

Bharti Airtel, India`s top telecoms network operator, is buying Norwegian Telenor`s India unit, in yet another consolidation move in the country`s telecoms sector driven by upstart rival Jio`s disruptive pricing.

 

Bharti Airtel, Telenor tie-up to bolster additional spectrum network

Bharti Airtel, Telenor tie-up to bolster additional spectrum network

Bharti Airtel, Telenor tie-up to bolster additional spectrum network

Telenor will not participate in spectrum auction, loss widens

Telenor India will not participate in the upcoming spectrum auction which is in line with its earlier announcement indicating exit from the country.

Telenor hints at India exit, runs up Rs 2,530 crore operating loss

Telenor hints at India exit, runs up Rs 2,530 crore operating loss

Posting a huge operating loss of 3,100 million Norwegian Krone (around Rs 2,530 crore) for its Indian telecom business, Telenor Wednesday hinted at exiting India if it fails to procure spectrum at reasonable rates.

Telenor India's Sept-qtr operating loss widens to Rs 287 crore

Norwegian mobile operator Telenor today reported widening of operating loss at its Indian unit at 373 million Norwegian krone (about Rs 286.21 crore) for the quarter ended September 30, 2015.

This company gives six-month paid maternity leave

This company gives six-month paid maternity leave

Aiming to create an equitable work-life balance for employees, Telenor India has adopted a six-month paid maternity leave policy effective from January 1, 2016, a company statement said here on Tuesday.

FIPB okays Telenor's Rs 1000 cr investment plan for Indian JV

Telenor Mobile Communication AS' application "to set up a JV company in telecom sector" involving Rs 1,000 crore FDI inflow has been cleared by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB), the Finance Ministry said in a statement.

Telenor President assures to remain engaged in India

The President and CEO of Telenor Group, Jon Fredrik Baksaas, has conveyed Telenor's commitment to stay engaged and improve its presence in India.

Telenor, Vodafone among six cos that sent notices to India

The government on Monday said six firms including Devas Employees, Telenor, Vodafone and Sistema have sent notices against India for breach of bilateral investment protection treaty and comprehensive economic cooperation agreement.

Telenor Q1 net slumps 79% on India write-off

Norwegian firm Telenor Tuesday reported a 79.12 percent plunge in its first quarter net profit at 583 million kroner (about USD 100.3 million) due to a 3.9 billion kroner (USD 682 million) write-off in India, where its unit has lost all telecom licences.

Telenor may quit India now after licences revoked

Norwegian telecom firm Telenor could quit India now after the Supreme Court revoked its mobile licences and not wait for new market rules to be introduced, the company's chief executive said.