India’s largest telecom service operator Airtel has now started their GSM services in India’s neighbor country Bangladesh.
With the launch in Bangladesh, the company had joined the global Airtel family with over 200 million customers having completed their achievement of Bangladesh based Telecom Company named Warid telecom, from Dhabi group.
On this occasion the CEO of Airtel Bangladesh, Chris Tobit has said that “we are happy to begin our journey in Bangladesh with our new global identity. The people of Bangladesh are loving and very passionate about their identity, their culture and their language.
The company also unveiled a GPS based vessel locating system for fishermen community so that the fishing vessels can be tracked in the line to taking promise to provide telephony service in rural areas. Customers of Bangladesh who live in rural areas may experience many services in future as part of Airtel focus on contributing towards the vision of digital Bangladesh.
In past 11 months, Airtel Bangladesh has begun deploying a state of art mobile network. They will expand their coverage in rural Bangladesh. More customers from the larger part of country will enjoy enhanced voice quality and faster data access.
After the launch in Bangladesh, Airtel (Warid communications) has around 4 million customers till today and covers more than 60 districts in the country.