Earlier on June 21, the regulatory authority sent a letter to Grameenphone, issuing two new restrictions on the organization
Grameenphone has filed a writ petition with the High Court, seeking a stay order on a Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) imposed restriction that says that the private telecom operator has to take permission before introducing any service, offer, or package.
BTRC lawyer Barrister Khandaker Reza-E-Raquib confirmed that the writ was filed with the bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim. However, he had not yet received any copy of the writ.
Earlier on June 21, the regulatory authority sent a letter to Grameenphone, issuing two new restrictions on the organization.
The letter stated that mobile number portability period (locking period) will be decreased to 60 days from 90 days, starting July 1. Within August 31, the operator will have to take permission for ongoing services, offers and packages.
The letter added that the operator must also take permission from the BTRC before introducing any new service, offer, or package.