Why the internet is so high value in Bangladesh? What is the reason? Lets know the details!

How reasonable is the establishment and upgrading of the submarine cable after the country's internal Internet structure is broken? Whereabouts of 100 GBps bandwidth is still unavailable to Bangladesh Cable Company. In other countries where all its own bandwidths have reached a new policy, we bring it to the bandwidth, and this situation is very much like America that there is so much wheat that once the wheat is thrown into the sea. Bangladesh has lost that stage in the internet bandwidth.

Do not join the second submarine cable 200 (currently) or 1500 GBPs, so why not forget about this internet. Think about the condition of the 200GBPs bandwidth before the Bangladesh Cable Company (BSCCL). There is no research based data in Bangladesh. In the report of the end of 2015, it is known that the bandwidth usage of the country exceeded 100 gbps, where bandwidth demand is 125 gbps and out of this 92 gbps we bring from India. However, BSCCL's own bandwidth was 164 GBPs and 33 Gbps was used in our country. We would have left the rest So why are we importing bandwidth from India again by spending money? He came after the question. By 2021 BSCCL targets the use of bandwidth of Bangladesh, about 160 Gbps

In the year 2017, BSCCL has 202 Gbps access to the Internet and 43 is used now, it is estimated that the amount of bandwidth import from India can be estimated. If we import our own bandwidth and import them from India, then let us export our bandwidths to India. In this way BSCCL started exporting 10 Gbps (Monthly income of $ 1 million) (Target 40 Gbps) in India in a year after 2016, So, 43 countries in India and 40th in the catchment area are 80-90, yet there are 100. So it is the same with Bhutan and Nepal. If you can buy bandwidth from Bangladesh, their infrastructural costs will be very low.

Let's look at the market price of this quantity. 1 year (100 x 60 x 60 x 24 x 365) divided by 1000 = 31,53,600 terabyte content was unused. Now, even if every GB is worth 2 / -, the financial loss of the loss is 31,53,600 x 2 x 1000 = 6307,00,000 crore taka. No money left, but in the last 2-3 years, if so many content nets were uploaded / downloaded every year, then we would go further in technology.

BSCCL's main customers are mobile operators. They do not have broadband users, there are few customers who have government offices (offices) there. Two companies of India, by giving us these bandwidths, which we use to broadband broadband. Our Internet Providers offer our services by buying bandwidths from them. Because they provide bandwidth at lower cost than BSCCL. BSCCL's lowest bandwidth price is Rs 625, whereas the first condition will be 10 Gbps, which is not required by our local internet providers, except for the mobile operator. The second condition will be applicable for the new price of Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox's Bazar. The cost of the bandwidths as required by our local internet providers is about 755 rupees to BSCCL, where the Indian company sells it at around 430 taka.

If you are thinking that BSCCL bandwidth is going down further, then surely it is. Because there are more bandwidths, but BSCCL does not, because the BTRC (Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission) follows Mahatma Gandhi. If BSCCL gives bandwidths at low prices than those companies, then the two companies that spread the Internet across the country will lose the money. And BTRC will not lose any business, so on the other side, they are in agreement for another 20 years to keep their business more intact.

If you want that you will take internet from BSCCL yourself for the sake of the country, then please apply. Application cost is not more than Rs 6000-7000, BSCCL provides internet telephone calls, if you have telephone lines in your home, then the cost of the modem will be 2500 rupees. The disadvantage is that, when you want to get a public service, you can enjoy it, and if you drop it on the line, then after phone it will take 1 day to fix the line, and the advantage is that our local Internet Provider's 8- If you do not pay the bills within 9 days, but line of BSCCL, you will not have to pay the bill for 2-3 months even if you do not pay the bill.

Now let's come to the mobile operator, about 94 percent of the internet is used on the internet. In addition to the BSCCL, mobile operators buy bandwidth from international internet operators. Suppose they bought 1 Mbps bandwidth from the government for a month at 625 rupees. Here's the content of both up and down. 1 Mbps ie 1 mb data in 1 second. So, the amount of money they got in one month in one month = 30 x 24 x 60 x 60 x 1 = 2,592000 MB = 2529 GB data. Then the purchase price of every GB data is 625/252 = 0.24 paise. But how much money you are selling?

Now if you calculate every GB amount in the form of the Imran H Sarker Government estimates, the average Internet usage in Bangladesh is 400 GB per second. Every day the internet is used to 3 million 45 million 60 thousand GB. Every GB average of 200 paisa is used as daily internet price of 691.2 crores. For every GB 26 paisa, the daily purchase of internet used is 89.86 lakh taka. This means that the amount bought at Tk 89.86 lakh per day is being sold to the people at the Tk 691.2 billion. Every day the profit from internet sector is 690.3 million taka. Every year, profit from the internet sector is Tk 2,951,960 crore. The government gets only 328 crores (approx) as per the internet price from operators every year. In accordance with the given Facebook status,

What is the mobile operator to catch? There was another demon sitting there. Operators are not able to enter the internet on your mobile by purchasing GB at 24 ki 26 paisa. If you leave the bandwidth in the air, it will not come flying to you. The original cost is to reach the bandwidth user end. Even if the government gives bandwidth free, the user will pay the same price for transport costs. For which the wave takes, and the government has to pay fees for the wave, every megaherge is hundred thousand taka. 80% of transportation cost this wave. 2G-3G, the value of the wave as much as possible. Even though the government brought the bandwidth price from 1 lakh 27 thousand taka to Tk 625-1100 in the last one era, the price of that wave was not reduced by one penny. Rather, the bandwidth would be the lowest use of the BTRC because of its numerous policies. There are millions of crore VoIP corruption here. Now this business will lose the loss of the price of the wave, corruption here will be lost, so the price of the wave will not be reduced.

This wave - which is the natural resource. There is no difference in the earth's other mineral resources, but there is no difference between this natural wealth in the sky, in America, which is also in Bangladesh. However, in the nation the country uses numerous anti-people policies and politics. There is no wave policy in Bangladesh. What is going on in the world is unprecedented.

Who will you go now to get internet at the right price? Tara Halim said, seeing a lot of policies and cycles, there is a blame game about the tenure. Whenever we meet with the beneficiaries, they say that I have given less, but the cost to spend on others is increasing. Someone says - NTTN blames, NTTANs say IG's blame again says MNOD's fault He said, we do not want to understand it. Our point is that when the government has reduced prices so much, now we want to see its reflection at the user level. We have given the matter a very obvious language. I have repeatedly said to all the operators that it is political government, to serve our people, to reduce the price of the internet.

It means that everyone is better than their own. In fact, the whole thing has fallen into a cycle that amounts to consumption.

On the other hand, the BTRC has asked to re-register all ISPs where the license fee has been increased from 1 lakh to 10 lakh + + other fees + 1 percent of the annual income will be given to the government + 1 percent of the US Fund Where the concerned people say, if the license fee increases, then the bandwidth will be sold by the customer.

And with so many fees, the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has been lazy in the Social Accountability Fund of more than thousand crore rupees. What they will do with this money or whether they can not fix it yet. Net spreading across the country but it is their moral responsibility. The two companies in India are not going to the remote areas because they have a customer to do business or have not yet been created in those places.

Excuse me, you must have forgotten the second submarine cable. Now that 200 (target 1500) was added there, now imagine what you do with it? It is true that in the Simi-5 cable we get more fast bandwidth at a lower price, but if it does not have its use and can not get out of this cycle, then it is expected

It is also harmful for unused bandwidth cable. The first submarine cable has been dropping several times. If the 2nd submarine cable is left this way, then after two days, listening to all the bandwidth mice, Munir Hasan sir, we are putting around 1200 billion rupees in the bandwidth. There will also be new events, new policies, new ideas, and interesting happenings are going to get a bit of net ghatley. They can not be written or written for another day.

At least 1500+ Gbps bandwidths in Bangladesh were to be used in the current network. Now, who will blame you, BTRC or BSCCL or NTTN or MNO or IIG or local provider who is the mobile operator?

In the end, I can look wrong in some way. Basically, Facebook's Mustafa Jabbar started to read 2-3 articles every day and started to read every day about the status of Sir Munir Hasan's conversation with Sir Munir Hasan, so I shared the frustration with the bandwidth.

Source - Different magazines, blogs and netts of the country and this blog.

Hey! The post that I read so far is not the post I made. This post has been created by Mashuir Rahman Sajib. Actually I've taken this thing out of trickby, just to tell you the real thing. So what did you read the whole post, that is the state of our country. Again we dream of building a Digital Bangladesh. I can see when to build. Maybe, but at a slow pace

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