Bangladesh’s mobile Internet speed has not been rightly reflected in the Ookla Speedtest report, claimed the Affiliation of the Cellular Telecom Operators of Bangladesh (Amtob) on Thursday.
There are a lot of things linked with Online pace that have been not tackled in the report, said Amtob Secretary Typical Brigadier Typical (retd) SM Farhad at a virtual push fulfill.
Ookla Speedtest, a United states-primarily based organisation that offers cost-free World wide web tests, information and evaluation final results, documented that Bangladesh’s rating in cellular World wide web speed stood at 135 out of 137 nations in June this yr.
Addressing the situation, SM Farhad stated several things effects the cell Internet speed and population density is a single of those motives.
Quoting from the primary minister’s ICT advisor’s speech, he claimed, “Our cell World wide web speed is comparatively improved than numerous European international locations. But stakeholders’ interior cooperation is also wanted if we want to boost the recent scenario.”
To make improvements to the scenario, the Amtob secretary standard requested the authorities to be certain the business ecosystem, ecosystem, and rationalisation of tax policy and spectrum allocation price.
Grameenphone and Robi Axiata Ltd also questioned Ookla’s report in the digital press meet up with.
“There are lots of gaps in Ookla’s report as it has not thought of the geographical protection of mobile networks where we are virtually 100% covered,” claimed Shahed Alam, chief company affairs officer at Robi.
“In speed rating, it also regarded us with the nations that previously introduced 5G engineering which is a higher-pace enabler. Apart from this, spectrum cost and fibre optic cable are also things driving the current Web velocity.”
“Our situation in ranking will boost to 70 to 80 if the authorities handle these compact challenges,” he included.
Taimur Rahman, main corporate and regulatory affairs officer of Banglalink, spoke on carrying ahead the unused information.
“We are giving the unused facts with the renewal of the exact same package. But we are viewing no reaction from the regulator when everyone is professing that we are not supplying the unused details,” he included.
Hossain Sadat, chief company affairs officer (Performing) at Grameenphone, said it is not correct to say irrespectively that no operator is providing unused data.
“If we say this way, it also concerns the existence of any purposeful regulator,” he mentioned.
Hossain Sadat also claimed that as for each the licence perimeter, Grameenphone is giving the unused information to its subscribers.