Banglalink inks infrastructure sharing agreement with Summit

15 Apr 2016

Bangladesh’s second largest mobile operator by subscribers, Banglalink, has signed an infrastructure sharing agreement with Summit Communications, under which Summit will lease fibre capacity to Banglalink on certain domestic routes and in exchange Banglalink will lease fibre capacity to Summit on other routes. Banglalink said in a press release that the arrangement will strengthen its network by providing fibre redundancy in certain areas and improve network service availability for Banglalink subscribers, while Summit will be able to offer more transmission bandwidth to other telecom operators using Banglalink fibre in specific areas.

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