Topic: Bharti Airtel [3 items]

Airtel, Vodafone hurriedly allocated excess spectrum, Rs 508 cr loss to exchequer: CBI

As per Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), current telecom operators Bharti Airtel (earlier known as Bharti Cellular) and Vodafone India (earlier known as Hutchison Max & Sterling Cellular) were sold additional spectrum beyond 6.2 MHz, up to 10 MHz, in unnecessary hurry in January 2002. As per its report of the then communication minister Pramod ..

Tower companies get respite from paying license fee

Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has provided some relief to tower firms by keeping suspended the proposal to bring telecom infrastructure providers under the uniform annual license fee rule. It implies that companies such as GTL Infrastructure, Indus Towers and American Tower Corp (ATC) will not have to pay any license fee on their income (generating ..

Forbes’s annual ranking of the best of Asia-Pacific

Indian Companies in the Forbes’s annual ranking of the best of Asia-Pacific Listed Companies Some facts: The ranking was started in 2005, Infosys and Wipro are getting a place every year since 2005. China has maximum number (16) of Companies. The criteria for selection was at least $3 billion in revenue or a $3 billion ..