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RCOM to acquire Digicable

July 15, 2010
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RCOM has decided to acquire Digicable, the country's largest cable TV service provider, in an all-stock deal. According to the proposed plan, RCOM will hive off its direct-to-home, internet protocol television and retail broadband operations into a separate entity and merge it with Digicable. The combined entity will be named Reliance DigiCom. While RCOM will hold 40 per cent stake in the combined entity, the remaining stake will be held by Digicable's existing owners -­ Ashmore Investments, Jagjit Singh Kohli and Yogesh Shah. Reliance DigiCom will be Asia's largest and the world's fifth largest company to offer the full suite of digital TV, high speed broadband and voice services.

 
 
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