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 Thursday, December 04, 2008

The Bangladeshi telecoms watchdog intends to issue 3G licences in the country by March’09, in order to boost broadband services of the country. The licence will be roll out for 2100 MHz spectrum band for 3G services would enable Bangladeshi operators to launch mobile broadband services. “The 3G licences will be issued by March next year. The licences would be awarded through an open auction,” said the chairman of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory commission, Manzurul Alam. The 3G services will allow people to get easy access to information on health, education, job opportunities and agriculture, he added.

Source: Wireless Federation.