Airtel's consolidated debt stood at Rs 91,480 crore as on September 2017.
Post the transaction, Bharti Airtel and its wholly-owned subsidiaries together have an equity holding of 53.51 per cent in tower company Bharti Infratel, it added.
The sale was carried out by Airtel via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Nettle Infrastructure Investments.
The allocation was done to global investors, fund managers and long-only funds, including many repeat investors, it said, adding that the deal was upsized by over 25 per cent.
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