The liberalization of Bangladesh’s telecommunication sector began with small steps in 1989 with the issuance of a license to a private operator for the provision of inter alia cellular mobile services to compete with Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board (BTTB), the previous monopoly provider of telecommunications services within Bangladesh. Significant changes in the number of fixed and mobile services deployed in Bangladesh occurred in the late 1990s and the number of services in operation has subsequently grown exponentially in the past five years. The incentives both from government and public sectors have helped the industry grow and it is now one of the biggest industries in Bangladesh. As a populous country, its huge market attached many foreign investors. The telecom sector in Bangladesh is rapidly emerging. Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is the regulatory authority for this sector, overseeing licensing, policy etc. The calling code of Bangladesh is +880. There are so many sub codes to identify different operators in between Bangladesh. A defined in the National Telecommunication Policy 1998 and International Long Distance Telecommunications Services (ILDTS) Policy 2007 all mobile operator is to interconnect trough interconnection Exchange (ICX) and all international calls to be handled by International Gateway (IGW) which is to be connected to the mobile and fixed operators through ICXs. The Interconnection Exchange (ICX) will receive all calls from the mobile and fixed operators whenever the call is made to other network and will pass it to the destination network if the call is local, and will pass to the IGW if the call is international. ICX will also deliver calls received form IGWs where the call is destined.
1. Commitment: We take charge of the proactive consolidation of our projects.
2.Customer focus: We uncover, understand and consolidate the needs of our customers.
3.Innovation: We bring value to new ideas, approaching them with a creative, professional and critical attitude in order to put them into practice.
4.Flexibility: We adapt to our field, which is in constant evolution.
5.Resolution: We reach our objectives through a combination of enthusiasm, logic and pragmatism.
6.Honesty: We demonstrate integrity in our actions.
7.Credibility: We do what we say.
8.Development: We encourage the continued development of individuals through cohesion, collaboration and teamwork.
Providing roaming call facilities.
Offering connectivity infrastructure among IGW,ANS Operators and PSTN.
Routing / switching international calls between ANS and IGW operators.
Generating Call Detail Records (CDR) for BTRC.
Providing data for National Monitoring Cell (NMC).
Mother Telecommunication (MTel) Is An Interconnection Exchange (ICX) operator licensed by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC). We provide service to a powerful cartel is conspiring to take control of the business of International Gateway (IGW), Mobile Operators, Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Internet Protocol Telephony Service (IPTSP) operators.
International Incoming Calls
International Outgoing Calls
Mother Telecommunication is preparing to offer Domestic and International Incoming & Outgoing SMS as per directive from BTRC.
DHAKA POP Mother Telecommunication ICX’s main Data Center is located in Segun Baghicha, Dhaka.
All IGWs are connected at this location through two separate Common POI for all kinds of calls.
KHULNA POP Mother Telecommunication ICX has a POP location in the Southeastern town of Khulna.
All South-Western regional Domestic Inter-operator Calls are transited through this POP.
Mother Telecommunication ICX has a POP location in the Northeastern town of Bogra.
All North-Western regional Domestic Inter-operator Calls are transited through this POP.
1. Summit Communications Ltd.
2. Link3 Technology Ltd.
3. Inter-Cloud Company .
We’re committed to being a leader in the telecom community and believe that a strong network of like-minded partners is critical to that goal.
Our partners work with us because they believe in the value of our platform and the relentless support, services and satisfaction we deliver to our customers. Our partner list includes development partners, technological partners and strategic partners.
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4F/2 (2nd Floor)
House #2, Road #17,Block #C
1st Floor,UCEP Cheyne
Tower, 25 Segun Bagicha,
Tribune Tower, 2/B(4th Floor)
KDA Avenue,Shibbari Mor
Amicus Center(7th Floor)