Number of GP’s 4G customers reaches 50 lakh - Share market analysis of dhaka stock exchange, Bangladesh

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08 November, 2018 09:52 AM Source: New Age
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The number of 4G customers of Grameenphone has reached to the mark of 5 million within the eight months of introduction of the service in the country.
GP on Wednesday said in a press release that it became the first operator in the country to make the achievement.
This is a notable achievement for the company given the high price of 4G devices and relatively low penetration of such devices in the ecosystem, it said.
Bangladesh in February this year introduced 4G mobile phone services in the country to provide high-speed internet in the hands of the people.
GP deputy chief executive officer and chief marketing officer Yasir Azman said that the operator was always committed to maintain the high standards and bring the best to the customers.
GP focused on quality rather than quantity while rolling out the 4G network to provide the best 4G experience to customers, he said.
Currently, over 36 million customers use the internet in Grameenphone’s network making it the single largest internet service provider in the country.


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