Bangladesh's Citycell to convert existing bandwidth in 800HMz

Tuesday 29 May 2018 | 07:40 CET | News
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission has issued a directive allowing Citycell to convert its existing bandwidth. Under BTRC's directive, the spectrum conversion fees for Citycell's CDMA bandwidth in 800 megahertz spectrum would be same as in the case of 900MHz and 1800MHz of the other operators, local newspaper New Age reports. The operation of Citycell has been suspended since October 2016 as the country's CDMA operator is in conflict with the telecom regulator over dues.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Banglalink / CityCell / GrameenPhone / Robi
Countries: Bangladesh
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