VoIP ‘purge’ most recent: National Phone closed; RanksTel, Dhaka Phone reopened

Permanent line worker National Phone is the new company to have its operation closes by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) allegedly under doubt of participation in illegal international VoIP telephony provision, report local newspaper The Daily Star. VoIP new services
BTRC chairman Zia Ahmed claimed there was proof presentation vast anomalies in National Phone’s new call execution records which he said was symptomatic of illegal business VoIP operations. Meanwhile, the watchdog reopened the switch accommodation of two other telcos, RanksTel & Dhaka Phone, which it before closed down for similar reason. AKM Shamsuddin, chief in service officer of RanksTel, said the company’s network was predictable to take a day or so to be fully operational.

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