Mobile phone users across the country now can easily check whether their handsets are legal and verified as Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has developed a database.
Mobile phone users in Bangladesh will soon be able to know if their phones have been imported through the legal channel.
The telecom regulator has already made an International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number database of phones that have been legally imported.
Now, the Bangladesh Telecommunication and Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has taken an initiative to...
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is working on a move to close all the mobile internet data package services which are valid for less than a...
The government on Monday withdrew all value added taxes and supplementary duties imposed against every SIM card replacement through the Mobile Number P...
2G, 3G and 4G internet connections for mobile phone were restored as the services had been suspended in several phases on the day (December 30, 2018) before the 11th national elections.
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) directed the mobile operating companies to resume the connections at 10:30am Tuesday (Jan 1).
BTRC Senior Assistant Director Md Jakir...
The Ruling Awami League vowed, in its election manifesto revealed on Tuesday (December 18), to launch 5G as well as cheapen internet price if they are voted to power.
”We, if given the mandate to rule the state, will launch 5G by 2021-23. Internet price and mobile call rate will be brought down to reasonable level,” Awami League Pre...
The state-run mobile operator Teletalk commercially launched the fastest fourth generation (4G) mobile data service in major parts of Dhaka last evening.
The 4G network will cover the entire Dhaka city by December and will move to Chattogram within the next couple of weeks, said Teletalk sources.
The mobile operator had created much hype when they launched 3G in 2012...
Subscribers of number series-725 under Khilgaon Telephone Exchange will be switched into 8-digit format under series-4721.
The change will begin gradually from Dec 17.
A vested quarter across the country are attempting to cheat people by alluring them winning luxuries flats-apartment and car in a lottery through phone call.
Bangladesh Telecommunication Company Limited (BTCL) urged its users to be aware about the lottery trap through phone calls.
Mir Mohammad M...