Dhaka, April 7 (UNB) - The recent stormy weather conditions has been disrupting the power supply and impacting mobile network across the country, said Association of Mobile Telecom Operators of Bangladesh (AMTOB) on Sunday.
Once the network sites get down, it takes hours to be re-established, Amtob said in a press release.
Though Mobile Network Operators’ (MNO) have power backup systems, they are only able to keep up network sites for around 8 hours and after that there is complete site outage in some areas.
On Saturday’s storm, nearly 50 percent of all network sites in the country were left without commercial power.
Amtob has requested the authority concerned to take necessary measures to eliminate mobile subscribers suffering due to prolonged power outages.
Dhaka, April 6 (UNB)- Robi’s high value customers can now enjoy up to 10 percent special discount from the very popular nationwide fashion brand shop for trendy women, ‘Celebrations’.
The unique offer comes as part of Robi’s Dhonnobad program.
In this regard, Robi’s Vice President, Customer Lifecycle Management and International Business (CLM & IB), Biplav Majumdar and Celebrations’s Chairman Dr Moinul Haque signed an agreement on behalf of their respective organisations recently at Robi Corporate Office.
Robi’s Vice President of CLM & IB, Rafiqul Hoque, General Manager, Loyalty & Winback, Tawfique Imam, Manager, Loyalty and Winback, Shahadat Mazumder and Celebrations’ General Manager, Md. Shariful Islam, Asst. General Manager, Rakibul Hassan & Khurshid Alam were present at the programme.
Seoul, April 5 (AP/UNB) — Samsung Electronics Co. says it's operating profit for the last quarter likely fell more than 60% from a year earlier amid falling memory chip prices and slowing demand for display panels.
The South Korean technology giant on Friday estimated an operating profit of 6.2 trillion won ($5.4 billion) for the January-March quarter, which would represent a 60.4% drop from the same period last year.
The company says revenue likely fell 14% to 52 trillion won ($45.7 billion). It will release a finalized earnings report later this month.
Samsung last week predicted that its first-quarter earnings would fall below market expectations because of a larger-than-expected decline in chip prices and weak demand for display panels.
Dhaka, April 4(UNB)- edotco Group, an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company recently won the “Asia Pacific Telecoms Tower Company of the Year Award” for 2019 by Frost & Sullivan.
This is the third time the company is being recognised in this category on the Asia Pacific level, after being recognised in 2018 as the Southeast Asia Telecoms Tower Company of the Year.
Suresh Sidhu, Chief Executive Officer of edotco Group, said “This achievement is truly a validation of our work across the region. As nations accelerate their efforts to meet their digital agendas, we play the role of key infrastructure partner.”
Richard Wong, Vice President and Head of ICT of Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan said, “edotco has demonstrated an unrivalled ability to inspire industrial change which is exemplified through its various growth partnerships in next-generation technologies throughout the region and edotco’s relentless commitment to green engineering.”
Frost & Sullivan’s team of analysts undertake a thorough methodology in its evaluation of excellence and the award categories offered each year are carefully reviewed and evaluated to reflect the current market landscape, including new emerging trends.
Dhaka, Apr 4 (UNB) – World’s one of the largest mobile phone manufacturing companies Samsung is set to celebrate Pahela Baishakh in Bangladesh with a lucrative offer.
This year, Samsung Mobile Bangladesh has announced a lucrative ‘Baishakhi Offer’, starting from April 1 across the country, according to a press release issued on Thursday.
In this festive campaign, a range of Samsung phones will be available at a promotional price.
Enriched with the 4G technology, the handset Galaxy J2 Core will be available at BDT 7,490
instead of BDT 8,290.
The budget-friendly Galaxy J4+ with a 6.0-inch Full View HD+ display will be available at a
promotional price of BDT 10,990 instead of BDT 13,990. On the other hand, Galaxy J6+ with an
Infinity display will also be available at BDT 14,990 instead of BDT 18,490.
In addition, Galaxy J8, which sports Super AMOLED display with dual rear cameras will also be
available at the promotional price of BDT 19,990 instead of BDT 21,990. Meanwhile, the
premium builds Galaxy A9 with world’s first quad camera, a sleek design, and high performance
will be available at BDT 39,900 instead of BDT 49,900.
Regarding the offer, Md Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Mobile Bangladesh said,
“The first day of the Bangla calendar is a big occasion for every Bangladeshi. It is a day of
cheerful celebration with great pride and enthusiasm. So, to celebrate the Pohela Boishakh, we
are happy to offer our bestseller handsets at a more affordable price to our cherished
customers. Ahead of the new year, we wish our valued customers a very happy and prosperous