Grameenphone Ltd. on Tuesday declared that 100 percent of its presented 10,000 base stations cross ways Bangladesh will hold up 3G services by June 2016.
Grameenphone CEO “Rajeev Sethi” made the statement at a city hotel in the being there of Telenor Group CEO “Sigve Brekke”.
Grameenphone has more than 5,500 stations which have already been transformed to 3G from the time when the service was commenced in late 2013.
In his arrangement prominence the network enlargement in 2015, the Grameenphone CEO supposed 3401 3G stations were additional to the network in 2015 taking GP’s total 3G sites crossways Bangladesh to 5,831 at the end of the year.
“We have made significant investment in 2015 and it is our intention to continue on with this momentum and add nearly 1700 more 3G sites by the end of the first quarter of this year,” Sethi said. “The addition will reach 3G services to nearly 90 percent of its subscriber base in that time,” he added. (Source: Ittefaq)
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Talking at the program, Telenor Group CEO “Sigve Brekke” indicated that Grameenphone is on a alteration expedition from a voice communications company to a digital services provider.
Symptomatic of that Grameenphone’s network growth has been all wide-ranging, “Sethi” indicated the current preface of 3G services in the recently acquired enclaves of Dohogram and Garati among others are small but noteworthy in the company’s internet for all aspiration.