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Bharathi Airtel Limited – Telecommunication company Full Details


Bharathi Airtel Limited – Telecommunication company Full Details

Bharathi Airtel Limited is a leading global telecommunication company in India. They operates in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. It is headquartered in New Delhi, India. Airtel is the biggest cellular network in India. They are the largest provider of mobile telephony, fixed telephony, broadband and subscription television services.

Bharathi Airtel is the fourth largest mobile service provider in the world in terms of subscribers. They provide an Airtel Broadband Services to its subscribers which provides internet unlimited plans. They offers a fair usage policy, which means that to provide the optimum internet experiences to all customers. The impact of this policy is that the data transfer limits remain unlimited.

This company’s product offerings include  2G, 3G and 4G wireless services, mobile commerce, fixed line services, high-speed home broadband,  high speed DSL broadband, IPTV, DTH. They started its telecom services business in Delhi in 1995.

Bharathi Airtel launches an education related services which is called mEducation. This services helps the Airtel mobile customers through services including courses for language skills, entrance exam preparation and career counseling from universities and professors on their mobile phone. Now the customers can easily understand all details about education through mEducation services.

The market capital of Bharathi Airtel Ltd in 11th August 2017 is Rs. 165,092.62 Crore. They reported a 72% falls in quarterly profit. Net profit fell to Rs373.4 crore in the three months ended 31 March from Rs1,319.2 crore in the year earlier. Revenue declined by 12% to Rs21,934.6 crore in the March quarter. There is a 1.5% decline in the number of data customers to 57.4 million customers in the year ended 31 March.


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