BHARTIARTL.BO - Bharti Airtel Limited

BSE - BSE Real-time price. Currency in INR
345.55
+0.50 (+0.14%)
At close: 3:42PM IST
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Previous close345.05
Open344.50
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range340.65 - 348.15
52-week range331.20 - 565.00
Volume78,892
Avg. volume396,215
Market cap1.38T
Beta0.93
PE ratio (TTM)125.65
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield3.84 (1.07%)
Ex-dividend date2018-01-30
1y target estN/A
  • Airtel Kenya Bites Into Safaricom Market Share in Second Quarter
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Airtel Kenya Bites Into Safaricom Market Share in Second Quarter

    Bharti Airtel’s Kenyan unit gained subscribers for a second consecutive quarter as rivals including the nation’s biggest operator, Safaricom Plc, relinquished market share, according to the industry regulator....

  • Will Bharti Airtel Limited’s (NSE:BHARTIARTL) Earnings Grow In The Year Ahead?
    Simply Wall St.28 days ago

    Will Bharti Airtel Limited’s (NSE:BHARTIARTL) Earnings Grow In The Year Ahead?

    After Bharti Airtel Limited’s (NSE:BHARTIARTL) earnings announcement in March 2018, the consensus outlook from analysts appear highly confident, with earnings expected to grow by a high double-digit of 63.53% inRead More...

  • Reuterslast month

    Airtel's Kenyan unit abandons plan to merge with Telkom: sources

    The Kenyan unit of Bharti Airtel has abandoned plans to merge with Telkom Kenya to take on the market leading operator Safaricom, industry and government sources said on Monday. Sources said in April that Airtel and Telkom Kenya were planning to merge to create a stronger challenger to Safaricom, which has 72 percent of subscribers, or around 30 million subscriptions. "Airtel developed cold feet," said an industry source who declined to be named.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Airtel's Kenyan unit abandons plan to merge with Telkom - sources

    The Kenyan unit of Bharti Airtel has abandoned plans to merge with Telkom Kenya to take on the market leading operator Safaricom, industry and government sources said on Monday. Sources said in April that Airtel and Telkom Kenya were planning to merge to create a stronger challenger to Safaricom, which has 72 percent of subscribers, or around 30 million subscriptions. "Airtel developed cold feet," said an industry source who declined to be named.

  • Airtel Plans Paring $4.6 Billion of Debt in Three Years
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Airtel Plans Paring $4.6 Billion of Debt in Three Years

    Bharti Airtel Ltd. is looking to pare $4.6 billion from its net borrowings over the next three years by listing its African unit and potentially selling some stake in its tower business, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, in a bid to safeguard its investment grade ratings. India’s top wireless operator plans to raise as much as $1.5 billion by listing a quarter of equity in its Africa unit by early 2019 in either London or South Africa, the person said, asking not to be identified as the information isn’t public. The parent will also look to sell part of its stake in the $14.6 billion tower giant after Bharti Infratel Ltd. merges with Indus Towers Ltd.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    India's Bharti Infratel, Indus merging to form $14.6 bln telecom tower giant

    BENGALURU/MUMBAI, April 25 (Reuters) - India's Bharti Infratel Ltd has agreed to merge with Indus Towers, in a deal that creates the world's No. 2 telecom tower company with an estimated equity value of $14.6 billion. Seeking to capitalise on rapid growth in smartphone usage in the country, the transaction, which values Indus Towers at roughly $10 billion, will create an infrastructure giant with more than 163,000 towers, lagging only China Tower.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Indus Towers, Bharti Infratel merging to become world No.2 for masts

    BENGALURU/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indus Towers and Bharti Infratel Ltd agreed to combine operations in a deal that will create the world's second-largest mobile masts company measured by numbers of towers. The combined company, which will lag only China Tower, will remain listed on Indian bourses. Top Indian telecoms carrier Bharti Airtel, the majority owner of Bharti Infratel, will end up with a stake of 33.8 percent to 37.2 percent in the combined entity, which will be called Indus Towers.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Bharti Airtel posts lowest quarterly profit in nearly 15 years

    (Reuters) - Bharti Airtel Ltd posted its lowest quarterly profit in nearly 15 years on Tuesday, as a price war in the telecoms sector continued to hurt, while revenue was hit by a regulatory cut in international ...

  • Tanzania Begins Talks With Bharti Airtel on Local Unit Stake Row
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Tanzania Begins Talks With Bharti Airtel on Local Unit Stake Row

    Tanzanian officials have began talks with Bharti Airtel Ltd. to discuss ownership of the company that is disputed, according to the presidency.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Bharti Airtel wants to get out of towers, committed to Africa

    Bharti Airtel is exploring merger and sale options for its mobile towers businesses as Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal seeks to get out of the infrastructure game and focus on connectivity. Airtel, the world's No.3 mobile operator by subscribers, also wants to float a minority stake in its African operations and sees the London Stock Exchange as a potentially attractive venue. Mittal, briefing reporters at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Wednesday, backed the lead set by telcos in the United States, now being followed in Europe, for specialists to roll up and run mobile tower assets.

  • India's Bharti Airtel wants to get out of towers, committed to Africa
    Reuters5 months ago

    India's Bharti Airtel wants to get out of towers, committed to Africa

    India's Bharti Airtel is exploring merger and sale options for its mobile towers businesses as Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal seeks to get out of the infrastructure game and focus on connectivity. Airtel, the world's No.3 mobile operator by subscribers, also wants to float a minority stake in its African operations and sees the London Stock Exchange as a potentially attractive venue. Mittal, briefing reporters at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Wednesday, backed the lead set by telcos in the United States, now being followed in Europe, for specialists to roll up and run mobile tower assets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    India's Bharti Airtel wants to get out of towers, committed to Africa

    India's Bharti Airtel (BSE: BHARTIARTL.BO - news) is exploring merger and sale options for its mobile towers businesses as Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal seeks to get out of the infrastructure game and focus on connectivity. Airtel, the world's No.3 mobile operator by subscribers, also wants to float a minority stake in its African operations and sees the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) as a potentially attractive venue.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Shares in Airtel jump after Singtel lifts stake

    The investment is a show of confidence in Bharti Airtel at a time when India's telecommunications sector has been hard hit by regulatory changes and a price war since the entry of Reliance Jio, the telecoms arm of Reliance Industries Ltd, more than a year ago. Singtel said it would spend up to $413 million to lift its stake in Bharti Telecom by up to 1.7 percentage points to 48.9 percent and increase its holding in Bharti Airtel by up to 0.9 percentage point to 39.5 percent.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Bharti Airtel did not submit a firm bid for Nigeria's 9mobile

    India's largest telecoms operator, Bharti Airtel has not taken part in a bidding round for Nigerian rival 9mobile which was aimed at finding new investors for the debt-laden company, a Bharti Airtel Africa spokesman said on Wednesday. Bharti Airtel's Africa spokesman confirmed a Reuters report from Tuesday that the Indian telecoms company did not submit a firm bid for the Nigerian company before a deadline on January 16.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    India's Airtel sees little value in acquiring Nigeria's 9mobile - sources

    India's largest telecoms operator, Bharti Airtel does not see much value in buying debt-laden Nigerian rival 9mobile and withdrew from submitting a firm bid before the deadline, two industry sources with knowledge of the deal told Reuters. Barclays Africa is examining takeover bids from prospective buyers for 9mobile. Airtel had expressed an interest to acquire the Nigerian firm as part of plans to consolidate its position in Africa's biggest telecoms market, but it declined to submit a financial bid before a Jan. 16 deadline.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Bharti Airtel third-quarter profit misses forecasts

    Net profit fell 39.3 percent to 3.06 billion rupees ($48 million) in the quarter ended Dec. 31, missing an average estimate of 3.98 billion rupees from 10 analysts, according to Thomson Reuters data. India's telecoms regulator cut interconnect usage charges (IUC) - the fees that mobile operators pay each other for calls from one network to another - by more than half to 0.06 rupees a minute from October, and plans to abolish them from 2020.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Bharti Airtel says purchase of Tanzania unit stake had government approval

    Indian telecoms carrier Bharti Airtel said on Thursday that there were no irregularities in deals that made it the majority shareholder in a Tanzanian unit, a day after the country's president claimed the company belonged to the state. President John Magufuli said on Wednesday he had received a report that the state-run Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) owned the local subsidiary of Bharti Airtel outright but had been cheated out of shares. Magufuli made the comments in a speech broadcast on television.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Warburg Pincus to buy 20 percent stake in Bharti Airtel's DTH arm for $350 million

    (Reuters) - Bharti Airtel Ltd on Tuesday said an affiliate of U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus will buy up to a 20 percent stake in the Indian telecom operator's direct-to-home arm for $350 million. ...

  • Billionaire Sees More Telecom Price Pain as India Mulls Relief
    Bloomberg8 months ago

    Billionaire Sees More Telecom Price Pain as India Mulls Relief

    The Indian government is working on a new policy to encourage capital spending and restore the financial health of mobile-phone operators battered by a bruising tariff war, telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan ...

  • Morgan Stanley's Bull Call on India Telecom Picks Up Backers
    Bloomberg8 months ago

    Morgan Stanley's Bull Call on India Telecom Picks Up Backers

    Investors are piling into India’s leading wireless carriers, betting that a shakeout in the world’s second-largest mobile market has started a recovery that won’t be derailed by the need for big capital ...

  • Bharti Airtel sells $508 million stake in tower arm Bharti Infratel
    Reuters8 months ago

    Bharti Airtel sells $508 million stake in tower arm Bharti Infratel

    REUTERS - Top Indian mobile carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd (BRTI.NS) said on Tuesday it sold part of its holdings in mobile masts arm Bharti Infratel Ltd (BHRI.NS) for 33.25 billion rupees ($507.52 million) ...

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Bharti Airtel unit selling $400 million Bharti Infratel stake: term sheet

    SINGAPORE/MUMBAI (Reuters) - A unit of top Indian phone carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd will sell a stake worth about 26.17 billion rupees ($400 million) in mobile masts operator Bharti Infratel Ltd on Tuesday, ...

  • Qatari investor sells $1.5 billion stake in Bharti Airtel
    Reuters8 months ago

    Qatari investor sells $1.5 billion stake in Bharti Airtel

    SINGAPORE/MUMBAI (Reuters) - A Qatari investor sold its entire 5 percent stake in top Indian telecoms carrier Bharti Airtel on Wednesday for 96 billion rupees ($1.48 billion), adding to the sanctions-hit Gulf nation's recent stake sales in foreign companies. An affiliate of the Qatar Foundation Endowment (QFE) sold about 199.9 million shares in the phone carrier at 481 rupees each via a block trade, it said in a statement. The sale price was a 6.4 percent discount to Bharti Airtel's Tuesday closing price, but will still give the Qatari investor a significant return over its 68 billion-rupee investment in the Indian company in May 2013.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Sensex, Nifty end lower; Reliance Industries, Bharti Airtel drag

    REUTERS - Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday, with refiners such as Reliance Industries Ltd falling on concerns over surging crude prices, while Bharti Airtel Ltd slumped after a Qatari shareholder ...

  • Bloomberg8 months ago

    Bharti Airtel Drops After Qatar Fund Seeks $1.5 Billion Stake Sale

    Bharti Airtel Ltd. fell as much as 6.7 percent Wednesday after Qatar Foundation was seeking to sell as much as $1.5 billion of the Indian wireless carrier’s stock.

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