Bangladesh’s dominating mobile network operator Grameenphone has become the first operator to touch 1 crore 4G mobile internet users.
None of the mobile operators can ensure 4G services outside Dhaka city, says a report published by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission.
The curb on mobile internet packages below a minimum three-day validity period starts today.
The telecom regulator shut down mobile internet around 10:50pm last night.
Faster internet service has been switched back on, 24 hours after it was curbed with an aim to check the fanning of fake news on social media.
The state-run mobile operator Teletalk prepares to launch the fourth generation (4G) mobile service in big cities across the country by August this year.
Banglalink aims to provide 4G mobile services in all district headquarters by June this year, reaching about 30
Robi yesterday rolled out fourth-generation mobile internet service in all 64 district headquarters, giving it a leg up on its competitors in the new 4G era.
Grameenphone, Robi, and Banglalink have started 4G service in selected areas immediately after receiving the licence for the fourth-generation mobile internet yesterday evening.