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  • Grameenphone's unpaid Due

    SC orders GP to pay Tk 2000cr due in 3 months

    The Supreme Court orders Grameenphone to give Tk 2000 crore in three months to Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) as the govt agency claimed due Tk 12,580 crore.

  • BTRC forcing GP to pay illegal audit claim: GP CEO

    Grameenphone alleges that the telecom regulatory commission is forcing the mobile operator to pay an “illegal audit claim of Tk 12,579.95 crore wrongfully, saying that it is public money.”

  • Grameenphone and Robi

    Govt approves appointment of administrators for GP, Robi

    The government approves the telecom regulator’s recommendation to appoint administrators for Grameenphone and Robi amid a long-drawn row over dues of Tk 13,446 crore.

  • Bangladesh High Court

    Ad-interim injunction issued on realisation of GP’s Tk 12,579.95cr due

    The High Court issues an ad-interim injunction for two months against the realisation of Tk 12,579.95 crore from Grameenphone by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC)

  • Administrators for GP, Robi soon

    The government has started the process of appointing administrators for Grameenphone and Robi to run the businesses, an unprecedented move in Bangladesh.

  • MNP Service in Bangladesh

    GP, Banglalink lose in MNP battle

    Banglalink has lost the highest number of subscribers to other operators in the last one year as the users changed the carrier using the mobile number portability service.

  • Grameenphone

    'GP-Robi's conflict with BTRC to be resolved in 3 weeks'

    The ongoing conflict of Grameenphone and Robi with the BTRC over the payment of the telecom regulator’s dues will be resolved through discussion within three weeks, says Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal.

  • Move to revoke GP, Robi’s 2G-3G licences

    Grameenphone and Robi’s clash with the telecom regulator became more heated yesterday after they were slapped with show-cause notices enquiring why their 2G and 3G licences should not be cancelled for their failure to pay unpaid dues unearthed by audit.

  • BTRC

    BTRC issues notice to GP, Robi for revoking licences

    The telecom regulator issues two separate show cause notices to Grameenphone and Robi asking them to reply in 30 days why their licences will not be cancelled despite violating the licensing conditions by not paying the telecom regulator’s ‘dues’.

  • Grameenphone-Robi got Internet Bandwidth

    GP, Robi to get back bandwidth

    The telecom regulator is set to lift the partial block on the bandwidth capacity of Grameenphone and Robi after the government

  • BTRC

    GP, Robi dues: No scope for arbitration, says BTRC

    Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) says there is no scope for arbitration under the existing law over its action taken against the two major telecom operators.

  • BTRC

    GP, Robi bandwidth blocked partially over dues

    The government decides to partially reduce bandwidth capacity of two leading private telecom operators of the country -- Grameenphone and Robi -- as the companies did not pay the due amount that was detected in audits.

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    SMP Restriction: GP call rate to rise by 5 paisa/minute

    Grameenphone subscribers’ minimum call rate is set to increase by 5 paisa a minute to Tk 0.50 as part of restrictions imposed on the operator for being declared a significant market power.

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    GP users set to pay more

    Grameenphone subscribers can brace themselves for higher charges thanks to a set of decisions taken at a telecom division meeting

  • Grameenphone

    GP’s call rate to rise

    Per minute call charge of using mobile phone service of Grameenphone is set to increase as they have been declared as the significant market power (SMP) operator, telecom ministry decides in a meeting.

  • Grameenphone hits 1cr 4G internet users

    Bangladesh’s dominating mobile network operator Grameenphone has become the first operator to touch 1 crore 4G mobile internet users.

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