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South Asian country of about 153 million people reached 116.24 million at the end of May 2014, Xinhua reported. Grameenphone, Banglalink, Robi, Airtel, Citycell, Teletalk -- at the end of May stood respectively at 49.09 million, 29.63 million, 24.08
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G services rolled out in Bangladesh Dhaka, Sep 29 : Bangladesh's biggest cellphone operator Grameenphone Sunday announced the roll-out of its 3G network in capital Dhaka...Grameenphone, 55.8 percent owned by Norwegian telecom company Telenor and 34.2
Bangladesh (AP) The head of Bangladesh's largest mobile phone company says it is ready to invest millions of dollars to fit itself for 3G operations after having gained spectrum in an open auction for the first time. On Sunday, Grameenphone Ltd.
Bangladesh's 160 million people will leap into the Internet era in October when high-speed mobile phone services are launched in the nation's two biggest cities. The country already has 107 million mobile phone users but internet services lag far
In the auctions held Sunday, the country's top Grameenphone bagged 3G licence for 10 Megahertz (MHz) spectrum at the price of $210 million, while Banglalink, Robi and Airtel each acquired 5 MHz of spectrum at a price of $105 million, reported Xinhua.
We have focused on this "Nobel Peace Prize Recipient" enough which prove that he is not worthy of honor. But some of our media persons, so called elites praised so much about this greedy, fraudulent, cheat man that any sensible
Dhaka, Jan 7 (bdnews24.com) Indian national Vivek Sood took charge as Grameenphone's new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on Monday. Grameenphone Chief Communications Officer (acting) Tahmid Azizul Haque told bdnews24.com Sood joined in the morning...
The well-known success of information technologies (IT) in India is actually two successes, with two sets of implications and potential. To understand these two phenomena, it may be useful to think through what Joseph Schumpeter and Adam Smith have
Dhaka, Oct 5 (bdnews24.com)The operators can activate new mobile phone connection starting from Oct 12 only after confirming the identity of the subscriber and will count $50 in fine for each aberration. The restrictions follow the telecoms watchdog'