October 28, 2004 /
ACCESS TELECOM AND NEXTNET LAUNCH BANGLADESH’S FIRST 3.5 GHZ NLOS PLUG-AND-PLAY BROADBAND WIRELESS SERVICES
– October 7, 2004
Hi, I’m Dpty. Manager IT of Monno Fabrics Ltd., Gilondo, Manikganj. We have broadband connection through tower and radio. Its a shared connection. We’d like to get a Dedicated 256 KBPS or higher connection Here in Manikganj.
Please let us know the quotation with details of your equipment needed for the service.
For your information, We have tried with NextNet radio modem and got signal directly from Dhaka. It’ll be better if you arrange an appoinment with proper personnel for this.
wireless broad band live how ca i used in comilla distric.
i have cyber cafe in khilgaon, dhaka.now , i need to
broad service from u. there is 5 pc running in my cyber
cafe. now i m getting service from one sub-delear of maisha.
pls write to me , how i can used urs wireless broad service
u for my cyber cafe. if u call me at my mobile i will be
greatfull to urs.
566/A, khilgoan , tilpapara,
i have cyber cafe in dhania,shampur, dhaka.now , i need to
broad service from you. There is 5 pc running in my cyber
cafe & Home line rent allso10. now i m getting service from one sub delear of maisha.
817 Dhania Bornomala School Road.Shampur
im loking for adsl in bangladesh comilla gonboti choddgram how mach will cost in bangla taka and rate for
par anum i plz e-mail me
i m looking for a dsl to buy how mach will cost in bangla taka
at this time i m in africa malawi
plz e-mail me
I have a small commercial office in fakirapool at ctg bus stand. i need a broadband connection for 1 of my pc. I need a connection that I can able to make pc to phone call . So it my pleasure if you can contact me as soon as possible. My office phone is 8316451 or you can call to a cell 01914080787.
All one can deduct having a look at this thread and http://www.lirneasia.net/2007/05/slow-start-by-bharti-airtel-in-sri-lanka is that there is something seriously wrong in Sri Lanka telecom job market and Bangladesh broadband market. :-)
I am a home user and i want a reliable and affordable wireless internet at my home.i would appreciate if u mail me back ur price and availability of the connection.
im a resident of 17/c fuller road, dhaka university, like to be one of ur client in accessing wireless broadband internet connection. would you please inform me what are the proceedures that need to be followed.
would appreciate your quick response in this regard.
hello! i am a resident of Baridhara DOHS. I would like to be yr client for wireless broadband connection for my home use. is it too much costly? how much it will cost?
please contact with me,with details information. best regards to all of all.
Hi!!I am a resident in sylhet!I have come from u.k!!I use citycell Zoom,but it is too slow 230.4kbps!If this broadband is higher then contact me on my Email!If price range is 0-1000 taka then i am intrested and if speed is faster!
just wondering! if anyone knows about the wireless or cable broadband connection in Comilla, Bangladesh.
Could anyone please inform me about the better options or, is that really available in terms of good frequency and services.
Waiting for your feedback…guys
In Bangladesh, ISPs don’t have any coverage even in many major divisional cities. So it is quite difficult to find them in other smsll cities. Even if you find any, most of them are wired ISP rather than wireless. At the same time bandwidth price is higher.
Good news is that, some ISPs are expanding their network slowly but surely. Some examples may be, bracNET, ISN, ADNSL etc. But still, I think bandwidth price and initial cost for wireless setup will be higher. Because most of them have to reach those cities by using the backbone of other providers, specially gsm providers like Grameen phone, Banglalink, Citycell or others. Thats why their main target groups are the corporate users who require both data and internet connectivity and can afford the high cost.
Better we should wait for the arrival of WiMAX provider. BTRC already awarded BWA license to three providers to use WiMAX for last mile solution and according to the agreement they must deploy their network all over Bangladesh. Hopefully within next year, major areas will be under WiMAX coverage. End user device will be quite cheap and also users will get the benefit of true NLOS experience. Overall, initial cost and bandwidth price will be affordable. So hope for the best and keep waitting.
We like to know the rate of new conection for office use with extra of
25 lines at present we are using 2MB dedicated full Duplex and wireless.
We are locted in Baridhara-Dahaka,Bangladesh.
Also we need rate & conection of 256 Shade for residential use.
Appreciate for your response,thank You
I need a broadband connection in my home within Tk. 500-800 per month .
If your company can provide me that service please letme know about the further procedure.
Thanks for your cooperation….
Md. Shahidul Islam Masum
49/1 Bhazahari Saha Street
Khabir Ville- 3rd Floor
Narinda Dhaka- 1100
Cell phone: 01715164598
I would like to use the unlimited internet in Comilla – Daudkandi if you have any possibility to serve the internet in that area please let me know in details speed and also the Equipments (if any)i am not worry about the Bill, for me important to have a higher speed and good service, If posible to serve the internet please let me know the procedure thanks
I would like to use the unlimited internet in Dhaka – Savar if you have any possibility to serve the internet in that area please let me know in details speed and also the Equipments (if any)i am not worry about the Bill, for me important to have a higher speed and good service, If posible to serve the internet please let me know the procedure thanks
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