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What is Airtel Bangladesh?
Airtel Bangladesh is a telecommunication company providing telephony services in Bangladesh and is the subsidiary of Bharti Airtel. The company was created on one December, 2010 and its headquarters is situated at Dhaka, Bangladesh. The company provides national and international long-distance communication services in postpaid and prepaid packages. The company provides Airtel live service which includes games, videos, wallpapers, movies, funzone, Astro and divine, utilities, education, alerts, news. Its sister subsidiaries are located in the nations like Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia etc.
Airtel Bangladesh has launched many plans for its prepaid and postpaid Telecom
and former features Dosti, Hoichoi, ManUtd Pack, Adda, Dolbol and Bijoy. On the other hand, its postpaid plans are divided into Three
tiers, Exclusive, Classic and Advantage. Airtel Bangladesh
operates its telecom services on various network modes such as EDGE, HSDPA, GSM and 3G.
Airtel Bangladesh is an erstwhile Warid
Telecom, which was founded in 2005 followed by the launch of its services in 2006. The company started its advertising campaign under the slogan of Salam Bangladesh Salam and later on it went online. By 2007, Warid Telecom
had earned the customer base of over one lakh subscribers in Bangladesh and covered over 50 districts in the nation. In 2010, after achieving strong hold in Bangladesh, the company was acquried by Bharti Airtel, based in India. Later on, Warid Telecom was renamed as Airtel and launched 3G