Grameenphone - a connectivity partner to Digital Bangladesh has recently signed an agreement with edotco Bangladesh, an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company. Under the agreement, edotco Banglaesh is expected to roll out more than 500 towers for Grameenphone to unleashing further possibilities of connectivity all across Bangladesh. The partnership extends Grameenphone’s commitment to ensure access to data
Fintech: When you joined Banglalink you said that it was going through a digital transformation. So at what stage you are in that transformation and what have you achieved so far? We realized that things were changing fast. First of all, I think the customers are digitizing themselves changing their behaviours.
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) will give permission to mobile phone operators under the proposed unified licence to run telecommunication Value Added Services (VAS) on their own and without entering into any partnership with foreign firms. All telecom operators will get the opportunity to provide VAS services directly under the
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) will soon finalize Equipment Identity Register (EIR) directives for mobile network operators (MNOs) in the country. After ending the second phase of public consultations, the commission is now working to finalise the EIR directives. “It will not take much time to finalise them. We hope to
Subscribers of the two largest telecom operators Grameenphone and Robi have complained of reduced quality of service (QoS) after the telecom regulator cut of the bandwidths of those operators. The telecom regulator Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) however said that the disruption in the QoS is temporary and they apologize to
internet users declined to 9.18 crore and 9.13 crore respectively in last November and December. The number of country’s internet users increased by 11 lakh in a single month to reach 9.31 crore in March which is all-time highest, according to the latest statistics of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC). Mobile phone-based
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has decided to formulate a policy to curb the use of illegal handsets through third parties. According to the minutes of the 221st meeting of the commission, the commission has finalised a set of draft guidelines and sought the opinion of telecom operators and other
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is planning to implement soon the provisions kept in the Access Network Operators Quality of Service Regulation 2018. The new regulation was gazetted on November 11. BTRC Chairman Zahrul Haque said the new regulation will help customers get better quality of service. Haque said that there will