Sun News Desk: Mobile operator company Grameenphone has increased their minimum mobile recharge limit from Tk 10 to Tk 20.

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The telecom operator gave this information in an SMS on Friday (July 1).

This is the first time a Bangladeshi telecom operator has independently set a minimum mobile recharge limit.

However, Grameenphone said in a statement that customers can still buy Tk 16 and Tk 14 minute packs.

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Besides, by recharging Tk 21 and Tk 29, special call rates for two days and three days to any local number can be enjoyed.

Incidentally, on Wednesday, Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) banned Grameenphone, the country’s top telecom operator, from selling new SIM cards for failing to provide quality services. This ban will remain in force until further orders.

Sun News/FA


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