July 27, 2021 2:09 am


Mustafa Jabbar

BTCL-GP agreement a historic milestone for digital Bangladesh: Telecom Minister Jabbar

The agreement was signed on a virtual platform on Monday in the presence of the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Mustafa Jabbar.
Seeds for the Future Program

Huawei to invest $150 million in Bangladesh for talent development

“In the digital economy, digital talent is playing an increasingly important role in driving digital transformation and economic growth
Mobile, Smartphone

NEIR is a symbol of Bangladesh indigenous technology capabilities:  Synesis IT CEO Rupayan Chowdhury

Synesis IT Limited, a local company, is assisting the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) with the registration of all types of mobile handsets, as well as the detection of illegal and counterfeit handsets.

Bangladesh: Imo to help register for Corona vaccine

According to imo, it is very popular among Bangladeshis due to its remarkable call quality and low data cost compared to other communication apps and more people use this app. And using this issue, Imo will work to increase vaccination registration.
64% women in Bangladesh have access to mobile internet- GSMA

Mobiles subscribers in Bangladesh increase by 12 lakhs, Grameenphone takes lead

According to the information given by BTRC, there are 17 crores 52 lakh 70 thousand mobile subscribers in the country at present.
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Bangladesh: Industry demands to control other countries’ mobile networks in border areas

The body’s president, Mohiuddin Ahmed made the demand in a statement sent to the media on Wednesday (June 30th). In the statement, Mohiuddin Ahmed said that mobile network is one of the means of smuggling, drug trafficking, money laundering, human trafficking and even important information smuggling in the border areas.

Grameenphone Employees Union demands reinstatement of 159 GP staffs

Grameenphone Employees Union (GPEU), currently the only union in Grameenphone, has the right to conduct activities as CBA and was in talks to bring 167 employees back to work accordingly.
64% women in Bangladesh have access to mobile internet- GSMA

64% women in Bangladesh have access to mobile internet: GSMA

A mobile phone connected to the internet can change lives. In developing countries, there is still a huge gap in the access rate for men and women. However, it has been declining in the last few years.
Customer handset to be registered automatically: BTRC

Customer handset to be registered automatically: BTRC

The telecommunications regulator Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has said it will give customers three months to report any of the new handsets that will be added to the network from July 1 if they become illegal.

Group of Bangladesh SC lawyers to BTRC: Show us what steps have you taken to prevent eavesdropping

The notice has been sent to the Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology, the Secretary of the Division of Posts and Telecommunications, the Secretary of the Department of Information and Communication Technology, and the Chairman of BTRC.
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