Mobiles mean Bangla boom - Telecoms Minister at GSMAP

 

Bangladesh has experience remarkable growth in telephony in the last four years. Prime mover has been the mobile sector.

Bangladesh has experience remarkable growth in telephony in the last four years. Prime mover has been the mobile sector.

This achievement was highlighted by Bangladeshi Post and Telecommunications Minister Barrister Md Aminul Hoque when opening the 24th GSM Asia Pacific (GSMAP) Conference in his country's capital, Dhaka. 

To underpin his statement Aminul Hoque also stated: "Bangladesh is going to be connected with the Asian Super Highway next month. People will be greatly benefited by this."

He added that his compatriots must be nurtured as a source of skilled manpower in the technological sectors. GSMAP was one of the most important meetings ever for mobile phone operators and vendors in their region. Around 130 delegates, mostly GSM operators and vendors, representing 35 countries in the region participated in the conference. Key to its success was its organisation by local company Banglalink.

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