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Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service benefits Robi

Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) yesterday reported that in the first weeks of the launch of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service, Robi has gained 16,916 to its network from three rival networks. On the other hand, 11,676 Grameenphone customers left the market leader retaining their existing 11-digit number. On the other hand, it drew 4,041 new customers from its competitors. To
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Robi Accused Of Non-Compliance Of Merger Condition

The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission is still unsure about the status of Robi’s merger as the telecom operator is yet to complete all the conditions given by the regulatory body. The telecom regulator has accused Robi of non-compliance of a number of conditions, which also includes non-payment of around Tk. 109-crore dues billed for its merger with Airtel. The completion of
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Edotco Bangladesh Plans To Boost Telecom Coverage In Gulshan

Edotco Bangladesh plans to set up modern towers camouflaged in electric lampposts on Gulshan Avenue to improve the quality of telecom services. The tower management firm has applied to Dhaka North City Corporation seeking permission to install 16 towers which will help enhance the network coverage in the area, said Mohammad Manzoorul Islam, director for operations at Edotco Bangladesh.
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Government Urged Indian Businesses To Invest In Bangladesh’s Telecom Sector

The government has urged Indian businesses, including Tata Communications, to invest in Bangladesh's telecom sector, especially in state-owned mobile operator Teletalk. State Minister for Telecom Tarana Halim placed her proposals before the Indian telecom-giant and other Indian investors in several meetings held in Kolkata on Wednesday. The Indian entrepreneurs were urged to invest in any Bangladeshi telecom company they want.
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BTRC Sent Warning Letter To Robi

The telecom regulator has sent a warning letter to the newly merged mobile operator Robi as it has already started bypassing interconnection exchanges to make calls between Robi and Airtel. Without fulfilling all conditions and paying all fees and charges, the merged entity cannot be treated as a single operator, said senior officials of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission.
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Bangladesh LTE Summit Held To Talk About 4G Service In The Country

Bangladesh LTE Summit took place yesterday at Pan Pacific Sonargaon hotel in the capital. The day-long summit was jointly organized by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission and Association of Mobile Telecom Operators of Bangladesh. The need for launching Long- Term Evaluation (LTE) services, which is known as 4G services in Bangladesh, was highlighted in the meeting. Representatives from different mobile operators
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Teletalk Provided Manipulative Information On Illegal Call Termination

State-owned operator Teletalk has provided to parliament manipulative information on illegal call termination, according to a report by the telecom regulator. Teletalk has tried to hide real information and reduced the number of SIMs that were seized by law enforcing agencies, BTRC said in the report sent to the parliamentary standing committee on the telecom and ICT ministry.
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Subscriber Will Get Opportunity To Place Complaints On BTRC Public Hearing

Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is going to hold a public hearing on 22 this month. Subscribers will get the opportunity to place their complaints on telecommunication services to the regulator at the hearing. The regulator decided to hold such hearing after learning about subscribers’ dissatisfaction over mobile phone services in the country.


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Citycell Will Resume Its Service For Now

Citycell will resume its services shortly after the telecom regulator reinstated its suspended spectrum yesterday evening, said a senior official of the operator. If the mobile operator fails to pay Tk 100 crore to the telecom regulator by November 19, Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission can cancel its spectrum again, the Supreme Court said in its order.
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