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Bangladesh Mobile Phone Operator Citycell has Spectrum Reinstated

Written by on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 | Last Update on 2/01/2017
Cash strapped bangladeshi operator citycell has resumed operations once having its spectrum temporarily reinstated by a Supreme Court ruling. The BTRC (Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission) revoked citycell’s spectrum last month for failing to pay its spectrum license, renewal and associated fees. But the court has asked the bd govt. to restore citycell’s spectrum and permit it to continue operations for the time being.

Bangladesh Mobile Phone Operator Citycell has Spectrum Reinstated

The court order states, if citycell fails to pay one billion taka to BTRC by Nineteen November then the regulator will have the authority to revoke the spectrum once more. Citycell has been operating in bd since 1993 however has a low market share and revenue base. The corporate earned simply 1.39 billion taka in revenue during the 2014 to 15 year. The BTRC has calculated that citycell owes total 4.77 billion taka in unpaid fees. The operator is 37.9% owned by Pacific Motors, 17.5% owned by Far East Telecom and 44.5% owned by Singtel.
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