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No VAT and SD on MNP Service

The government has removed the value added tax (VAT) and supplementary duty on the SIM replacement under the mobile number portability (MNP) service. Now a subscriber who changes the SIM number under MNP service will not need to pay any SIM tax. The Finance Ministry issued a gazette notification on January

From The Editor November 2018

Dear readers, A lot has been happening in the IT and finance sector. Fintech as a distinct sector is perhaps not visible yet, but it can certainly be felt. Regardless of public perception, fintech as a separate field continues to emerge steadily with its own separate identity. Everything from the introduction

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GP LAUNCHES CO-BRANDED 4G ENABLED SMARTPHONES

Grameenphone introduced two 4G smartphones on the eve of the launching of 4G services, as soon as it received the license. The co-branded smartphones were introduced through an unveiling ceremony at a city hotel on February 18. The two co-branded smartphones, WE T1 and Micromax Canvas 1, were formally introduced by

Leap into the light

After completing my BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, I joined Grameenphone in September 2015 as a management trainee under the 'NBL- Next Business Leader' program. Initially, thousands of candidates applied for this. After an extensive recruitment process, which consisted of multiple layers of evaluation, only five cadidates were finally

GP ACCELERATOR RECEIVES NEW BATCH, BIDS GOODBYE TO THE OLD ONE

The Grameenphone Accelerator (GPA) has held a combined event today at GP House for Demo Day for GPA Batch 3 in conjunction with the media launch for GPA Batch 4. Startups from Batch 3 have successfully completed their 4-monthacceleration journey with Grameenphone and showcased their businesses to the investors. On the

A GLIMPSE INTO A SMART WORLD

On the eve of 5th July, 2017, Professor Saifur Rahman addressed a large crowd of people at Grameenphone’s headquarters in Bashundhara, Dhaka, with a lecture on how the Internet of Things (IoT) was playing a huge role in building a Smart City Connected Community. Rahman completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering

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