Vodacom has acquired Vodabits India, an online media platform that provides a range of services including video conferencing and a live TV service, the company announced on Tuesday.
The acquisition includes Vodabo, a service that provides online video conferences and an online TV platform.
Vodabit, founded in 2008, was the largest online video provider in India.
It provides video confederations, including video conferences, online and mobile video services, online video calling, instant messaging, and streaming media.
The company has a team of more than 1,000 people, including senior executives and executives from other media companies.
Vodacoin, a decentralized digital currency, was also launched in 2014, with a team numbering more than 100 people.
Vicinity, the leading online video content platform in India, has also been acquired by Vodamo.
Vacations, a popular mobile app, has been acquired from Videafone India for Rs. 7,000 crore.
The deal includes Vaxx, an app for people travelling from across the country to visit Vodapalooza, an annual festival in India that attracts hundreds of thousands of people.
The VaxX platform also provides online shopping, including online shopping for travel products and accommodation.
Vax, which is available on Android, iOS and Blackberry, was launched in November 2015.
Vox Media, a media platform based in Bangalore, was acquired by the Indian company for Rs 2,000 million.
It is based on the same platform that was used by CNNI, the television channel of India’s state-owned Telangana television channel, and CNN-IBN, the international news and information channel of Indian broadcaster NDTV.