Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC)

Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) an independent Regulatory Commission established under the Bangladesh Telecommunication Act, 2001, (Act no18 of 2001)


Connected Laws

  1. Amendment(2010) of Telecommunication Act 2001 (Bangla)
  2. Amendment(2006) of Telecommunication Act 2001 (Bangla)
  3. Telecommunication Act 2001 (English)
  4. Wireless Telegraph Act 1933
  5. Telegraph Act 1885
  6. Telecommunication Policy
  7. ICT Policy
  8. ILDTS Policy
  9. National Broadband Policy

Category of License issued by BTRC

  1. International Gateway (IGW) Services
  2. Interconnection Exchange (ICX) Services
  3. International Internet Gateway (IIG) Services
  4. Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
  5. Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
  6. Cellular Mobile Telecom Operator
  7. 3G Cellular Mobile Phone Services Operator
  8. 4G/LTE Cellular Mobile Phone Services Operator
  9. International Terrestrial Cable (ITC) Services
  10. Tower Sharing
  11. Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
  12. VoIP Service Provider
  13. Nationwide Telecommunication Transmission Network (NTTN) Service
    Provider
  14. National Internet Exchange (NIX)
  15. Vehicle Tracking Services
  16. Internet Protocol Telephony Service Provider – Nationwide
  17. Internet Protocol Telephony Service Provider – Central Zone
  18. Internet Protocol Telephony Service Provider – Zonal
  19. Internet Service Provider – Nationwide
  20. Internet Service Provider – Central Zone
  21. Internet Service Provider – Zonal
  22. Internet Service Provider – Category A
  23. Internet Service Provider – Category B
  24. Internet Service Provider – Category C
  25. VSAT User
  26. VSAT Provider
  27. VSAT Provider with HUB
  28. Telecommunication Value Added Services (TVAS)
  29. Call Centre License
  30. Call Center Registration Certificate

Available service 

  1. Cellular Mobile Phone Operation
    • Banglalink Digital Communications Limited
      Airtel Bangladesh Limited
      Grameen Phone Linited
      Robi Axiata Limited
      Teletalk Bangladesh Limited
  2. Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
  3. Internet Service Provider (ISP)
  4. PSTN
  5. IPTSP
  6. Call Center
  7. Vehicle Tracking Service (VTS)
  8. Gateway (ICX, IGW, IIG)
  9. NTTN
  10. ITC
  11. Uncategorized Service

Contact :

Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC)

IEB Bhaban (5,6 & 7 floor)
Ramna, Dhaka-1000
Phone (PABX): + 880 2 9611111 or +880 9611111888
Fax: +880 2 9556677
Email: btrc@btrc.gov.bd

TRAI recommended data security rules said people should have right to their data, not companies.

New Delhi, 16th July, 2018: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has today issued its Recommendations on “Privacy, . Security and Ownership of Data in the  Telecom Sector”.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) also said entities controlling and processing user data do not have primary rights over that data.

The recommendations on privacy, security and ownership of data were provided to the federal government’s Department of Telecommunications, which drafts the final policy on these matters.

“All entities in the digital eco-system, which control or

process the data, should be restrained from using metadata

to identify the individual users,” noted TRAI in a statement issued on its website.

Recommending a study to formulate standards for de-identification of personal data generated in digital ecosystem, TRAI has asked the government for a policy framework on regulation of devices, operation systems, browsers, applications among other things.

The TRAI recommendations come in the aftermath of the data breach controversy at social media behemoth Facebook Inc, which saw millions of users’ data improperly accessed by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica to support U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign.

Also, the European Union in May brought into effect new privacy regulations in the bloc, forcing companies to be more attentive to how they handle customer data, while bringing consumers new ways to control their data and tougher enforcement of existing privacy rights.

Recommendation on DataPrivacy[PDF DOCUMENT]