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Bangladesh faces internet disruptions for 12 hours

Internet connectivity in Bangladesh will face partial disruption for 12 hours from this morning because of maintenance of 1st submarine cable, said Bangladesh Submarine Cables PLC (BSCPLC) in a press release.

Three firms spending Tk 1,000cr on first private submarine cable

Three private licensees of submarine cable -- Summit Communications, CdNet Communications and Metacore Subcom Ltd -- have formed a consortium to install the cable

3 more submarine cables: Private companies to invest Tk 2,000cr

Three private firms will invest around Tk 2,000 crore collectively to connect Bangladesh with at least three more submarine communication cables, in a development that would ensure smooth supply of bandwidth amid surging internet use.

Govt to open up submarine cable business to private firms

Private companies in Bangladesh are set to get licences to establish, maintain and operate submarine cables, in a shift that will break the state monopoly and pave the way for a smooth supply of bandwidth amid a surge in internet use.

July 13, 2024
July 13, 2024

Bangladesh faces internet disruptions for 12 hours

Internet connectivity in Bangladesh will face partial disruption for 12 hours from this morning because of maintenance of 1st submarine cable, said Bangladesh Submarine Cables PLC (BSCPLC) in a press release.

November 29, 2023
November 29, 2023

Three firms spending Tk 1,000cr on first private submarine cable

Three private licensees of submarine cable -- Summit Communications, CdNet Communications and Metacore Subcom Ltd -- have formed a consortium to install the cable

September 21, 2022
September 21, 2022

3 more submarine cables: Private companies to invest Tk 2,000cr

Three private firms will invest around Tk 2,000 crore collectively to connect Bangladesh with at least three more submarine communication cables, in a development that would ensure smooth supply of bandwidth amid surging internet use.

May 12, 2022
May 12, 2022

Govt to open up submarine cable business to private firms

Private companies in Bangladesh are set to get licences to establish, maintain and operate submarine cables, in a shift that will break the state monopoly and pave the way for a smooth supply of bandwidth amid a surge in internet use.

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