Grameenphone seeking towerco license to bring greater efficiency to industry

Bangladesh’s leading MNO prepares for regulatory, business, and market evolution

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  • Grameenphone’s tower portfolio and wholesale business
  • The evolution of infrastructure sharing in Bangladesh
  • Growth drivers for telecom infrastructure in Bangladesh
  • Future technologies and solutions for towercos and MNOs to adopt

Infrastructure sharing in Bangladesh started back in the early 2000s, when the first barter arrangements took place between two MNOs CityCell and Aktel (now Robi). Commercial tower sharing then kicked in following the introduction of tower sharing guidelines by the BTRC. Grameenphone was the pioneer, establishing its wholesale business division back in 2010, followed by…

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