Bangladesh’s lone state owned mobile phone operator Teletalk will introduce fourth generation (4G) mobile network services, state minister for telecommunications Tarana Halim said on Thursday.
“I know there are lots of problem with Teletalk especially in network segment, and I guaranty you within one year these problems will be resolved,” the state minister said.
The junior minister said this in a programme at Teletalk’s head office in Dhaka.
Tarana Halim declared a two-year roadmap for the state owned mobile phone operator in the programme.
Teletalk will expand their 3G network and will also improve 2G network by this fiscal and they will establish customer care center all the district headquarters across the country, Tarana Halim said while talking about the roadmap.
The government owned operator also wants to add new 30 lakh customers on their network by this fiscal and they also have plans to cross one crore customers landmark by 2017-18.