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GTPL Hathway to raise Rs 480 cr from IPO

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

GTPL Hathway, a 50:50 joint venture between cable TV operator GTPL and Hathway Limited, would raise Rs 480 crore from the public from an IPO for retiring debt and improving network infrastructure.

Chairman of GTPL Hathway A Jadeja said that 1.4 crore equity would be offloaded as 'Offer for Sale' to raise Rs 240 crore and another Rs 240 crore by way of offering fresh equity.



He said that the money raised from 'Offer for Sale' would be utilised for repaying debt, adding that the balance Rs 240 crore would be utilised for improving the network infrastructure.

The IPO, which opens on Wednesday, has a price band between Rs 167 and Rs 170 per equity share.

Jadeja said that the company enjoyed the highest market share in cable TV connections in and was also a major player in and markets.

The company expanded its reach in the states of Maharashtra, Rajashthan, AP, Telegana and Jharkhand.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GTPL Hathway to raise Rs 480 cr from IPO

GTPL Hathway, a 50:50 joint venture between cable TV operator GTPL and Hathway Limited, would raise Rs 480 crore from the public from an IPO for retiring debt and improving network infrastructure. Chairman of GTPL Hathway A Jadeja said that 1.4 crore equity shares would be offloaded as 'Offer for Sale' to raise Rs 240 crore and another Rs 240 crore by way of offering fresh equity. He said that the money raised from 'Offer for Sale' would be utilised for repaying debt, adding that the balance Rs 240 crore would be utilised for improving the network infrastructure. The IPO, which opens on Wednesday, has a price band between Rs 167 and Rs 170 per equity share. Jadeja said that the company enjoyed the highest market share in cable TV connections in Gujarat and was also a major player in Kolkata and Howrah markets. The company expanded its reach in the states of Maharashtra, Rajashthan, AP, Telegana and Jharkhand. GTPL Hathway, a 50:50 joint venture between cable TV operator GTPL and Hathway Limited, would raise Rs 480 crore from the public from an IPO for retiring debt and improving network infrastructure.

Chairman of GTPL Hathway A Jadeja said that 1.4 crore equity would be offloaded as 'Offer for Sale' to raise Rs 240 crore and another Rs 240 crore by way of offering fresh equity.

He said that the money raised from 'Offer for Sale' would be utilised for repaying debt, adding that the balance Rs 240 crore would be utilised for improving the network infrastructure.

The IPO, which opens on Wednesday, has a price band between Rs 167 and Rs 170 per equity share.

Jadeja said that the company enjoyed the highest market share in cable TV connections in and was also a major player in and markets.

The company expanded its reach in the states of Maharashtra, Rajashthan, AP, Telegana and Jharkhand.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GTPL Hathway to raise Rs 480 cr from IPO

GTPL Hathway, a 50:50 joint venture between cable TV operator GTPL and Hathway Limited, would raise Rs 480 crore from the public from an IPO for retiring debt and improving network infrastructure.

Chairman of GTPL Hathway A Jadeja said that 1.4 crore equity would be offloaded as 'Offer for Sale' to raise Rs 240 crore and another Rs 240 crore by way of offering fresh equity.

He said that the money raised from 'Offer for Sale' would be utilised for repaying debt, adding that the balance Rs 240 crore would be utilised for improving the network infrastructure.

The IPO, which opens on Wednesday, has a price band between Rs 167 and Rs 170 per equity share.

Jadeja said that the company enjoyed the highest market share in cable TV connections in and was also a major player in and markets.

The company expanded its reach in the states of Maharashtra, Rajashthan, AP, Telegana and Jharkhand.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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