Bharti Airtel’s share price fell on Friday, June 10, a day after the multinational telecom giant upgraded its mobile network in Himachal Pradesh by deploying additional 17.4 MHz spectrum to boost the network. On Friday, Bharti Airtel opened at Rs 549 on the BSE, reaching an intraday high of Rs 549.85 and an intraday low of Rs 540.05 in the trading session so far.
In a statement, Bharti Airtel Hub CEO (Upper North) Manu Sood said that Airtel has deployed additional 17.4 MHz spectrum in 900, 1800 and 2300 MHz bands along with advanced network software tools to enhance the high speed data capacity in its network. has done.
Of this, 2.6 MHz has been added in the 900 MHz band, 4.8 MHz in the 1800 MHz band and 10 MHz in the 2300 MHz band. Deployment of an additional spectrum will allow for better network and better coverage in urban and rural areas, data speeds inside homes and buildings.
On NSE, Bharti Airtel opened at Rs 545.90 in the session so far, hitting an intraday high of Rs 549.75 and an intraday low of Rs 540.05. On the NSE, it was trading at Rs 540.20, down 0.91 per cent last time.
The stock of Bharti Airtel was trading at Rs 541.15, down 0.72 per cent last time on the BSE.