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India's Bharti Airtel has agreed to give part of its stake in Airtel Tanzania to the government, raising the East African nation's holding in the mobile phone operator to 49 percent from 40 percent, the president's office said on Friday.
The announcement followed talks in Dar es Salaam between President John Magufuli and Bharti Airtel Chairman Sunil Mittal to resolve a dispute over ow..
Bharti Airtel had late last year launched international roaming voice packs, ‘Foreign Pass’, for prepaid customers in India starting at Rs 196.
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