Press Releases

  • Bharti Infratel bags the Green Mobile Award at the 2011 GSMA Annual Global Mobile Awards


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  • Bharti Foundation to set up primary schools for underprivileged children in rural areas of West Bengal


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  • Now pay your easyday Store bills using airtel money


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  • Airtel Africa Standard Chartered Bank and MasterCard Launch Worlds First Virtual Card on Mobile Phone


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  • Google and Bharti Foundation join hands to foster education in rural India


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  • SBI and Airtel join hands to usher in a new era of financial inclusion for unbanked India


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  • Bharti Foundation wins the Economic Times Corporate Citizen of the Year Award


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  • Airtel unveils new youthful and dynamic global identity


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  • Bharti Airtel announces strategic partnership to drive world class customer service across Africa


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  • Airtel Connects with Africa to become the first Indian brand to go truly global


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  • Bharti Airtel Appoints Drew Kelton as President - Enterprises Services


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  • Bharti Airtel appoints Vineet Taneja as Operations Director South


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  • Bharti enters into exclusive discussions with Zain for the acquisition of Zain Africa BV


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  • Bharti Airtel Announces Strategic Organisation Changes For Future Growth


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  • Bharti Airtel Expands International Footprint


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Changing Lives

How our Mobile towers are reducing carbon footprint

Mobile towers are the lifeline of any cellular network. A smooth network depends on uninterrupted and adequate supply of power. In many parts of India, power supply is erratic. Most towers have a diesel generator backup. The telecom industry, with nearly 6,00,000 towers, is the largest consumer of diesel today.

Bharti Infratel, one of India’s top tower companies, has taken a pioneering step towards replacing diesel generators with solar energy, reducing Co2 emissions by 2.5 tonnes per tower every year.

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