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NSE: RCOM ( Reliance Communications LTD) – Shares Info, Financials and Liabilities

NSE: RCOM – To provide services to retail and business customers in India, NSE: RCOM owns and manages a large-scale telecommunications network. These include fixed-line services, domestic and international long-distance connectivity, broadband services, and business solutions.

RCOM offers retail and wholesale phone communication globally. Its subsidiary GCX offers a comprehensive range of goods and services to help business customers build, operate, and connect international data networks.

Reliance Communications, one of the biggest IDC service providers,  operates data centers with a combined capacity of approximately 1.1 million square feet across four cities. Additionally, a new data center is being built.

For carriers, businesses, and new media firms, GCX provides a wide range of solutions. Additionally, it possesses the 67,000 route km long, most extensive private underwater cable system.

  • Combined with RCOM’s 200,000 route km domestic optical fiber bacit bone, it creates a robust global service delivery platform.
  • With links to 40 major corporate markets, trendy Asia, North America, Europe, and also the Middle East, GCX offers substantial VPLS-enabled Ethernet network capabilities globally and provides Managed Services to more than 160 countries.
  • By implementing Next-Generation Enterprise solutions across its Cloud Delivery Networks, GCX is prepared to assist organizations.
  • Following its Strategic Deleveraging Plan, Reliance Communications monetizes its real estate holdings and sells its telecom tower assets.
  • After these deals, NSE: RCOM will still have a solid and stable B2B portfolio comprising its locally and globally operating Data Centre Business, Enterprise Products and Solutions, and Fibre Optic Cable Assets.
  • These companies will profit from the exponential rise in data consumption and have a revenue profile similar to annuities.

Key Company Highlights

  1. participation in a sector with solid development prospects
  2. extensive networks both domestically and internationally
  3. strong B2B telecom products and services with recurring revenue
  4. a vast distribution network and a well-known brand
  5. seasoned management group

Awards & Accolades


FY 2018

  • At the 2017 Global Carrier Awards, our subsidiary, Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), won the Best Asian Wholesale Carrier Award.
  • At the World HRD Congress’s “Times Ascent Dream Companies to Work For Awards,” GCX & RCOM took home top honors.
  • Bill Barney, CEO of GCX, received the “Data Centre Thought Leadership Award” and the “Excellence in Data Centre Services Award, South East Asia.”

FY 2017

  • NSE: RCOM wins the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Award 2017 for its Enterprise SIP Trunking Service
  • The Excellence in Connectivity for Data Centres Award was given to our subsidiary, Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), at the Datacloud Asia Awards.
  • In appreciation of his considerable contribution to the data center industry, Bill Barney, CEO of GCX, was given the Data Centre Industry Achievement Award.

In FY 2016

  • AC RCom appears in the top 10 Economic Times. According to Nielsen’s Corporate Image Monitor (CIM), Reliance is among India’s Top 14 Exciting Brands.
  • Dataquest recognized RCOM for its creative use of BigData Predictive Analysis and Campaign Management.
  • Telecom Asia recognized GCX as the best-managed services provider.
  • At the Global Carrier Awards, GCX won the Judges Award.
  • For Carrier Ethernet, GCX achieved MEF CE 2.0 certification.

FY 2015

Telecom Leadership Award 2015 – CIO of the Year award from CyberMedia (Voice&Data) Group Managed Video Conferencing Service Provider of the Year at 2014 Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards IT Edge Award 2014 conferred by UBM Woman Leader in IT by Interop CIO 100 by IDG Media Economic Times HR Excellence Award, 2014.

Shares Information of NSE: RCOM

nse: rcom stock


2,489.0 Mn shares as on Dec 31, 2016


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Trade Information

  • Traded Volume (Shares)  –
  • Traded Value (₹ Lakhs)    –
  • Total Market Cap (₹ Lakhs)   –
  • Free Float Market Cap (₹ Lakhs)  37,293.21
  • Impact cost         3.84

Price Information

  • 52 Week High (19-Apr-2022)        3.10
  • 52 Week Low (31-Mar-2023)        1.20
  • Upper Band        1.55
  • Lower Band        1.45
  • Price Band           No Band
  • Value at Risk (%) [Updated intra-day]
  • Security VaR       –
  • Index VaR            –
  • VaR Margin         100.00
  • Extreme Loss Rate           –
  • Adhoc Margin    –
  • Applicable Margin Rate  100.0

The Securities Information

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  2. Trading Status
  3. Trading Segment
  4. Session No.
  5. SLB
  6. Class of Shares
  7. Derivatives
  8. Face Value
  9. Issued Capital (Shares)
  10. Surveillance Indicator

Industry Classification

  1. Macro-Economic Sector Sector
  2. Industry
  3. Basic Industry
  4. Telecommunication
  5. Telecom – Services
  6. Telecom – Cellular & Fixed line services

Rcom Share Price



Symbol: RCOM

BSE Code: 532712

Sector: Telecomm-Service




17 Apr 2023


*                            Open 1.53

*                            High-1.53

*                            Low-1.53

*                            Previous Close-1.53

*                            52-week Low-1.17

*                            52-week High-3.14

*                            Traded Volume-2,37,888

*                            Traded Value (Cr)-0.04

*                            Avg. Traded Volume-12,86,627.5

*                            Avg.Traded Price–

*                            Face Value-5

*                            Dividend Yield-0

*                            Market Cap(Cr)-423.13

*                            EPS-0

*                            Lower Circuit-0.00

*                            Upper Circuit-0.00


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With the launch of its statewide CDMA2000 service, Reliance Infocomm Limited, a subsidiary of Reliance Communications, was established in India on July 15, 2004.


8Reliance Communications Limited was created in 2006. In 2008, the business launched its GSM service. To enhance the performance of its 3G service and offer a data rate of up to 28 Mbit/s, it started utilizing MIMO technology in 2011.

Reliance won licenses for 3G spectrum in three locations in the 2010 spectrum auction for a total licensing fee of 58.64 billion rupees (equivalent to 110 billion or US$1.4 billion in 2020). In May 2012, the business lowered the cost of its 3G service by 61 percent.

Reliance and Lenovo released their jointly branded Android smartphones in India in 2013.

In 2016, the business stopped operating its CDMA networks. And by September of that same year, all of its subscribers had switched to its GSM and LTE networks.

Acquisition of MTS India and Digital

  1. On July 1st, 2010, the board of Reliance Communications approved the purchase of Digicable, the largest cable network in India, in an all-stock transaction. Reliance Digicom, the new organization, combined Digicom’s retail internet, IPTV, and DTH TV activities with RCOM’s.
  2. On January 14, 2016, Reliance Communications announced that it had acquired Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL, doing business as MTS India) in an all-stock transaction.
  3. After paying off its debt, SSTL obtained a 10% interest in Reliance Communications. Reliance Communications would be in charge of paying the 3.92 billion rupees (4.8 billion rupees or US$60 million in 2020) in installments that MTS owes the government for the purchase of Spectrum.
  4. Reliance obtained the 850 MHz band spectrum from SSTL and the subscribers from MTS India as a result of the agreement.
  5. The merger received approval from India’s antitrust watchdog, the Competition Commission of India (CCI), in February 2016.  Thus the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) also approved the deal.
  6. On March 18, 2016, SSTL shareholders approved the deal. It was accepted by the Reliance and SSTL shareholders, creditors, and tax authorities by the middle of August.
  7. The Rajasthan High Court on September 30, 2016, and the Bombay High Court on October 7, 2016, approved the merger.
  8. Reliance let six hundred people go in April 2017 to make way for its merger with MTS and Aircel. On October 20, 2017, the Department of Telecommunications officially approved the merger. Reliance Communications announced that the deal was finished on October 31, 2017.

Attempted merger with Aircel

  • Reliance Communications revealed in September 2016 that Aircel had consented to a merger.
  • The Bombay Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange of India, thus the Securities and Exchange Board of India authorized the merger, the business stated on March 15, 2017. The CCI authorized the deal on March 20.
  • The shareholders of Aircel and Reliance accepted the merger on April 22 and 24, 2017. Respectively, it was planned to be finished by the middle of 2017.
  • However, Reliance allowed the merger agreement to expire on October 1. The agreement, meant to assist the corporation in paying off the debt of 250 billion (300 billion or US$3.7 billion in 2020), was scrapped due to delays brought on by obstinate rivalry.
  • Reliance was considering further possibilities to fulfill its responsibilities under the SDR agreement and avoid bank insolvency proceedings.
  • On October 25, 2017, the company informed employees in the cellular and DTH industries that they would be made redundant as of November 30 due to the failed Aircel acquisition. Reliance stopped offering phone services in India on December 29 in favor of just 4G data service.


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