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25 Jun 2012
Formalities of 3G telecom licences to be completed by 2012: minister

Posts and Telecommunications Minister Raziuddin Ahmed Razu Sunday said that the government would complete all formalities to give third generation (3G) telecom licence by this year, reports BSS.

Replying to a tabled question of treasury bench member Fajilatun Nessa Bappi in the House, the minister said 'Regulatory and Licencing Guidelines for Cellular Mobile Services (3G/4G/LTE) 2012' are now under scrutiny by the ministry.

The 3G licencing guidelines will be uploaded on the websites of the ministry and Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) soon to elicit opinions of all including the stakeholders in this regard, he said.

To another question tabled by treasury bench member Begum Faridunnahar Laily, the minister said the implementation of 'Information of 3G Technology and Expansion of 2.5G Network Project' is going on in full swing.

The duration of implementation of the project funded by China has been fixed for two years, he said adding the Teletalk will set up 3G network soon and 6.5 million subscribers will come under Teletalk network if the project is completed.

Replying to a question of Mostaq Ahmed Ruhi, the minister said that the government had a plan to give commercial connections under third generation (3G) and fourth generation (4G) mobile network by 2015.


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