Under the partnership, Google will invest 1 billion, including potential business deals with the partnership, Airtel said in a statement. The two companies will enter into this potential business agreement by mutual consent for the next five years.
Shares of Airtel traded up 1.24% at Rs 716 per share on the BSE today. Airtel said that in collaboration with Google, state-of-the-art products will be introduced globally to provide a more efficient and better customer experience. It will also promote digital engagement.
New Delhi: Leading tech company Google will invest یک 1 billion in its India Digitization Fund in partnership with Bharti Airtel, a leading provider of telecom services. The two companies have partnered under which Google Airtel will invest 70 700 million for a 1.28% stake and a multi-year business deal worth 30 300 million has been signed. Of In total, shares worth Rs 5224.3 crore will be issued to Google.
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