What is Sunil Mittal net worth?

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Gurmeet Kaur asked 30-Aug-2018 in Richest and Most Powerful People by Gurmeet Kaur

What is Sunil Mittal net worth?

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UTKARSHA SINGHROUL answered 17-Dec-2018 by UTKARSHA SINGHROUL

‘Sunil Mittal’ estimated Net Worth is $8.3 Billion as on April 2018. Sunil Mittal is an Indian Billionaire, Philanthropist as well as the Founder and Chairman of ‘Bharti Enterprises’.

What is Sunil Mittal net worth?
Sunil Mittal is famously known for his Telecommunication Company ‘Airtel’, in addition to this, he also works in the field of Insurance, Real Estate, Education, Malls, Hospitality, Agriculture and Food Ventures. His telecommunication company is famous with the name ‘Bharti Airtel’ and is one of the World’s largest and India’s largest Telecomm Company and having its operations in 16 Countries across Asia and Africa with a combined customer base of over 390 Million.
Sunil Mittal also played a good role in digitization of India. He introduced a digital bank, named ‘Airtel Payments Bank’ a joint venture with Kotak Mahindra Bank. He is the present Chairman of “GSM Association” (Global System for Mobile Communications) from 2017 to present. He was the Member of Board of Directors of ‘Soft Bank Corporation’ from 2011 to 2013. In 2005, Economic Times named him the “Business Leader of the Year”. He was also the CO-chairman in Annual Meeting of ‘World Economic Forum, Davos’ in 2007. In 2007, he was awarded the ‘Padma Bhushan’. He was elected as the Chairman of the ‘International Chamber of Commerce’ in the year 2016.
He is a first-generation Entrepreneur, a self-made man and his source of Wealth is many depended on Telecom Sector. He started his first business at the age of 18 years, in April 1976. After that in 1980, he started a joint venture for Import Enterprise named Bharti Overseas Trading Company with his brothers Rakesh Mittal and Rajan Mittal.
His telecom company Airtel was the sole venture which initiated the thought of removing the Roaming call in India. In 2017, he announced by removing the charges for outgoing and incoming calls within India as well as international roaming charges.