• Facebook based business badly hurt

    Daily Dhaka Times: Though the decision to temporarily close Facebook was just due to security concerns, it comes as a blow to a rapidly growing business based on the popular social media site in Bangladesh. An estimate shows that the Facebook-based business in the country is counting a loss of Tk2 crore daily after the […]

  • Gold rush with recharge at Robi

    Daily Dhaka Times: Robi has launched its mega recharge campaign named “Golden Recharge” today. The campaign will continue for 30 days. With recharge of BDT 39, Robi subscribers can now win guaranteed gold coin every hour and also enjoy one (1) paisa/sec offer round the clock for 7 days. This special call rate is applicable […]

  • Screen Free with Hitachi CP-ED27

    Daily Dhaka Times: Unique Business Systems Ltd Introduced New Multimedia projector Model: CP-ED27 in the Market from World famous Brand Hitachi. Now you can get this projector just only 30,500 TK with a free projection screen. ED-27 has outstanding performance by combining exceptional brightness and widescreen format applied for today’s advanced laptops and video displays. […]

  • Robi Internet Plus provides complete telecommunication solution

    Daily Dhaka Times: Leading mobile operator has recently introduced Internet Plus with a view to ensure subscribers’ convenience. With Robi Internet+, the Robi subscribers don’t have to activate separate bundles for internet, talk time or SMS. Robi users can make calls and send SMS to Robi numbers as well as to numbers that belongs to […]

  • ICT Ministry & Payza partnership for online payment solutions in BD

    Daily Dhaka Times: Payza Bangladesh (Casada Technology Bangladesh Ltd.) and ICT signs MoU in London, UK. Online shopping is trend that has taken the e-commerce market by storm. From the working urban class to the rural dwelling people who doesn’t have access to the wide variety of products and services are preferring to shop online […]

  • ‘Facebook, Viber and WhatsApp closed for security’

    Daily Dhaka Times: The state minister for posts and telecommunications has said that the social networking site Facebook and the instant messaging applications Facebook Messenger, Viber and WhatsApp were shut down ‘in the interest of national security’. But there was no directive to shut down the internet as a whole, says Tarana Halim, adding that […]

  • 90-minute internet blackout in Bangladesh

    Daily Dhaka Times: For the first time in Bangladesh, millions of users were shut out of the internet for about 90 minutes on Wednesday, reports bdnews. The government move came in the wake of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s hint last week at clamping restrictions on the internet. Users have said they were unable to access […]

  • Govt to sign deal with Facebook to stop harassment

    Daily Dhaka Times: State minister for posts and telecommunications Tarana Halim said that her government is eager to sign a deal with Facebook to stop harassment against women. The state minister made this disclosure to the media after a meeting with Bangladesh Telecommunication Company Limited (BTCL) officials on Tuesday. Political harassment will also be included […]

  • Internal strife and conflict at its peak in Banglalink

    Daily Dhaka Times: Internal strife and conflict is at its absolute peak in Banglalink, the country’s 2nd largest mobile operator. Several investigations were initiated by Vimpelcom, the parent company of Banglalink against senior officials of the company, and as outcomes, many of those officials have already been removed or transferred. In the meantime, Vimpelcom has […]

  • Grameenphone to launch Free WiFi

    Daily Dhaka Times: Grameenphone, the number one operator of country has taken an initiative to introduce high speed Free Wi-Fi Internet service for its customers nationwide. By 2015, the company has an ambition to connect minimum 30 important locations in the country under its’ WiFi umbrella. Initially, it will be a pilot project, and only […]

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