Bangladeshi mobile operator Banglalink aims to provide 4G mobile services in all district headquarters by June 2018, reaching about 30% of the population. The Daily Star cited Banglalink CEO Erik Aas as saying that the mobile operator currently offers the service over 400 of its 9,500 mobile sites, with plans to upgrade around 3,000 base transceiver stations (BTS) by June. Banglalink’s 4G network is available in seven major cities, with ‘several hundred thousand’ subscribers signed up to the service.
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