Bangladesh’s leading mobile network operator (MNO), Grameenphone has registered one crore subscribers’ base in its 4G network since introducing its fastest mobile internet service in February last year.
Grameenphone crossed the threshold of 50 lakh 4G customers in November 2018 while another 50 lakh joined the tally within five months, said the MNO today.
Signifying this milestone, Grameenphone’s Deputy CEO and CMO, Yasir Azman said Bangladesh is one of the fastest growing 4G markets in Asia and this shows how fast the country is moving towards digitalization through mobile broadband.
“we commit Grameenphone to invest and bring high-speed internet to citizens all over Bangladesh. This milestone of 1 crore 4G subscribers for Grameenphone inspires us to do it better and faster,” he added.
Introducing 4G last year ushered in a new era of digitalization in the country with a promise to put high-speed internet in the hands of the people.
They granted Grameenphone an operating license for 4G services after it gained 5 MHz spectrum in the 1800 MHz frequency band, making it the highest holder of the 1800 MHz frequency, the most suitable spectrum for 4G/LTE rollout.
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