Speaking as the chief guest on the occasion, the Minister noted that NEIR is a historic milestone in the telecom sector, adding that along with the massive expansion of telecommunication technology, network of digital crime has increased at a tremendous rate. If it is not brought under control, the situation can take a terrible turn.
They pointed out that, the lack of accessibility of devices in network use is an obstacle to digital access at the marginal level, however, quality networking services are also a big obstacle in this way. At the same time, there is the inadequacy of local services.
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.
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.
The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) noted this on Thursday (June 17th). It has been learned that BTRC was supposed to start identifying illegal mobile phones from July 1. But some media reports were saying that illegal mobile phones would be shut down from that day.
The market for accessories is also growing due to these smartphones. Because every mobile has different accessories. Smart mobile phone users are now using a lot of accessories
The Posts and Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar inaugurated the service at the BTRC auditorium in the capital on Sunday titled 'One Country, One Rate'.
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) will start an instinctive drive to stop illegal mobile phones from July 1.
According to the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC), the number of mobile internet subscribers stood at 105.62 million in April. It was 10 crore 63 lakh 30 thousand in March
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has come up with a way to get rid of the hassle of promotional texting on mobile phones from telcos.