Talk:Telecommunications in Bangladesh

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F.saleheen (talk) 09:55, 6 July 2010 (UTC) Aamra Networks is not an International Internet Gateway Operator (IIG) of Bangladesh. Aamra Networks is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) who takes connectivity from IIGs. There are only two incumbent IIGs: BTCL and Mango Teleservices till date under ILDTS Policy 2007.

A.awal (talk) 10:16, 6 July 2010 (UTC) So far there are two IIG licensees in Bangladesh under ILDTS, 2007; Bangladesh Telecommunication Company Limited (BTCL) and Mango Teleservices Limited. Aamra Networks is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and not an IIG. They are connected to the IIGs for IP Transit/ Internet services.