Overview of Bharti Airtel
Bharti Airtel Limited is a leading global
telecommunications company with operations in
20 countries across Asia and Africa.
Headquartered in New Delhi, India, the company
ranks amongst the top 4 mobile service
providers globally in terms of subscribers.
Airtel provides GSM, 3G and 4G LTE mobile
services, fixed line broadband and voice services
depending upon the country of operation. It is
the largest cellular service provider in India, with
192.22 million subscribers as of August 2013.
Bharti Airtel - Introduction
In 1984, Sunil Mittal started assembling push-button phones in India, which he earlier used to import from a Taiwan company,Kingtel, replacing the old fashioned, bulky rotary phones. Bharti Telecom Limited (BTL) was incorporated and entered into a technical tie up with Siemens AG of Germany for manufacture of electronic push button phones.
By the early 1990s, Bharti was making fax machines, cordless phones and other telecom gear. He named his first push-button phones as 'Mitbrau'.
In 1992, Mittal successfully bid for one of the four mobile phone network licenses auctioned in India. One of the conditions for the Delhi cellular license was that the bidder have some experience as a telecom operator. So, Mittal clinched a deal with the French telecom group Vivendi. He was one of the first Indian entrepreneurs to identify the mobile telecom business as a major growth area. His plans were finally approved by the Government in 1994 and he launched
services in Delhi on 7th July1995 when Bharti Cellular Limited (BCL) was formed to offer cellular services under the brand name AirTel.
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