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Business Telecom’s Brief Sunny Season Over, Back To Price Wars?

Business Mukesh Ambani and Sunil Bharti Mittal at the India Mobile Congress 2017, in New Delhi. (Photograph: PTI)BloombergQuintOpinionNiraj [email protected]_nirajshahBookmarkOct 01 2020, 7:39 AMOct 01 2020, 8:42 AMOctober 01 2020, 7:39 AMOctober 01 2020, 8:42 AMAny investment is part numbers and part story. As Raamdeo Agrawal said in a BloombergQuint interview, he asks a promoter he meets, ‘kahaani kya hain?’ That the one who tells a better story tends to…BloombergQuintMissing BloombergQuint’s WhatsApp service? Join our Telegram channelor activate Website Notifications.Stay Updated With Tech NewsOn BloombergQuintDisclaimer
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