"With reference to the earlier intimation dated December 29, 2015, Bharti Airtel Ltd has now informed BSE that Airtel has acquired remaining balance paid-up share capital i.e. 26 percent of Augere and with the said acquisition, Augere has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Airtel," the company said in a regulatory filing.

About a couple of days back, Airtel had announced acquiring 74 percent stake in Augere Wireless but did not disclose financial details of the deal.

"With reference to the intimation regarding approval of scheme of amalgamation of Augere Wireless Broadband India Private Limited (Augere) with Bharti Airtel Limited (Airtel or the Company) dated October 27, 2015, Bharti Airtel Ltd has now informed BSE that Airtel has acquired 74 percent capital of Augere," it had said.

Augere holds 20 Mhz of spectrum in 2300 Mhz band in MadhyaPradesh service area, which includes Chhattisgarh state, to be used for 4G services. The company had won this spectrum for Rs124.66 crore in 2010 but has not rolled out services.

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