OK Mobile has launched a video service and an online voice call and chatting app for Bangladeshi smartphone users.
Smartphone users can stream videos, drama, cinema and songs or download them to their devices through the new local mobile TV application OK Scope.
Also, the company's OK Kotha application will allow internet-based voice calls and instant messaging.
OK Mobile announced the launch of the two apps at a press conference at The Daily Star Centre yesterday.
Indigobd Group owns 60 percent of OK Mobile, with Shanta Group owning the rest of it, according to the company's website.
The company, in partnership with the state-owned Telephone Shilpa Sangstha, is assembling smartphones and regular phones in Bangladesh.