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|Delhi||Rs. 24200.00 (1.26%)|
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NEW DELHI, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Indian software services provider Tech Mahindra has agreed to buy 51 percent of Comviva Ltd., a mobile phone software maker, the company told reporters on Monday.
The deal is valued at 2.6 billion rupees ($48.3 million), and the promoters will retain a fifth of the company, Tech Mahindra said.
Billionaire Sunil Mittal's Bharti Group, which controls top telecoms carrier Bharti Airtel, is the biggest shareholder in Comviva. WestBridge Capital, Sequoia Capital and Cisco Systems Inc are the other investors.
Tech Mahindra, a unit of tractor and sports utility vehicles maker Mahindra & Mahindra, earlier this month agreed to buy Hutchison Whampoa Ltd's back-office call centre business in India for $87.1 million.