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djuice (short for digital juice) is a youth based mobile phone plan from Telenor. It is currently available in Bangladesh, Montenegro, Norway, Pakistan, Sweden and Ukraine. Djuice was available in Malaysia, New Zealand Thailand and Hungary. According to its website djuice has close to 12 million subscribers around the world thus making it the second largest youth based operator in the world.
In 2012 the brand Djuice was merged with Telenor and all the balances of the Djuice customers accounts were confiscated by Telenor, which led to a number of dissatisfied customers.[where?]
In October 2013 Ukrainian mobile operator Kyivstar stopped offering mobile plans under the brand name "djuice", citing the need to unify all of its brands.
In October 2006, Djuice was launched by Telenor Group of Pakistan. It is the second largest network in Pakistan.
djuice was launched in Bangladesh by Grameenphone on 14 April 2005 i.e. the Bengali New Year.
On 14 April 2007 djuice Bangladesh shed its old skin to put up its new identity which a part of the worldwide re-branding process of djuice. djuice Bangladesh has a talent hunt show called dRockstars which searches the country for a rock band.
djuice history taken from http://www.ifi.uio.no/forskning/grupper/is/wp/022006.pdf[dead link] see more about djuice Bangladesh, its current price from http://3goffer.com/grameenphone-djuice-package/