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Disney+ Hotstar & Netflix dominate India's SVoD market: Omdia

MUMBAI: Now here’s further research confirming Netflix and Disney+ Hotstar’s dominance of the Indian streaming market. Research firm Omdia’s  2021 Online Video Market and Consumer Trends Report released on 31 March states that the two streaming giants accounted for 50 per cent of all subscription...

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Airtel Digital to buy 10% stake in Tata Group-led Ferbine

Bharti Airtel's wholly-owned subsidiary Airtel Digital is all set to buy 10 per cent in Tata Group’s Ferbine Pvt Ltd for Rs 50,000 cash. With this, the telecom major has joined the race to own a stake in the pan-India umbrella entity (PUE) which has been formed to rival the National Payments...

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Airtel to acquire 20 per cent stake in Bharti Telemedia from Warburg Pincus

Leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel is on course to acquire a 20 per cent stake in its direct-to-home television arm Bharti Telemedia from US private equity firm Warburg Pincus for Rs 31,260 million.

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Gopal Vittal’s take on the potential of Airtel’s home broadband, DTH biz

Airtel India boss Gopal Vittal remains bullish on the company’s home broadband business after adding the highest ever 2.15 lakh users in the third quarter of FY21. To exploit the opportunity in the growing segment.

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Bharti Airtel revenues jump 22 per cent in Q2

NEW DELHI: Telecom operator Bharti Airtel announced its highest ever consolidated quarterly revenue, reporting a 22 per cent jump driven by higher tariffs and a rise in data usage from a Covid2019-fuelled shift to remote working.  India revenues for the quarter ended 30 September was at Rs 18,747...

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