On June 29, the Government of Bangladesh directed to impose of a ban on the sales of Grameenphone SIM cards after problems emerged concerning the quality of the service provided. Results from the regulator’s most recent test revealed that in May, its call drop rate was 0.55 percent, far lower than the BTRC threshold of 2 percent.
After six months since the embargo, Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) finally reached a consensus to relax the restrictions – on the grounds that the service quality of the operator exponentially improved and removed the ban on Monday after discovering the operator’s improvement in different indices of quality of services,
– Grameenphone’s head of Communication Khairul Basher confirmed to The Business Standard.
To ensure seamless connectivity, Grameenphone has stepped into the network realm of 2,600 MHz –reportedly making the telecom giant become the most powerful network in the country, said the press release.
People can now join the most powerful network through regular SIMs, the latest E-sims, and Grameenphone’s MNP services. Customers can find the SIMS for purchase at all licensed retailer points across the country, GPC, and GP experience outlets.
For convenience, people can also order the SIM from the luxury of their home from the active online portals – MyGP and GP Online Shop.
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