Telenor, the Norwegian telecommunications giant, has initiated its plan to sell its operations in Pakistan.
Ninety-seven per cent of the Bangladeshi mobile internet users are concerned about their privacy and security in the digital world, according to a study.
Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor agrees to sell its businesses in central and eastern Europe to Czech billionaire Petr Kellner’s investment firm PPF Group for 2.8 billion euros (2.43 billion pounds).
Telenor, the parent company of market leader mobile operator Grameenphone, is shutting down its online classifieds marketplace ekhanei.com in Bangladesh.
The current executive body of Alumni Association of BRAC University on Friday organised the first ever alumni fest in the capital.
A global mobile phone giant finds that 49 percent of school students in Bangladesh are victims of cyber bullying in a way or the other, revealing that young people are increasingly becoming vulnerable to such harassment.
The Telenor Youth Forum 2015, which concluded in December of last year, brought back the highly popular arena for debate, discussion and experience sharing. This time, the Telenor team scoured through 13 countries with Telenor’s presence to find 25 of the brightest young minds.
Myanmar scraps proposed 5 percent tax on mobile phone top-up cards after lawmakers voted against the levy, the state-owned Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper said on Thursday.