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Did you subscribe for Ebill from Grameen Phone? Then you might know how pathetic it is! If you registered to it you will be getting an email from telling

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find the invoice of last bill cycle in the attached pdf file. You can
use print copy of this document to pay your bill as prescribed by GP.


Thank you.

NB: For difficulties in opening the attachment, please take help from your
technical support, or call our customer service hotline number 121

But actually you wont get a pdf file on attachment instead you will get “winmail.dat” (security certificate from their outlook) as attachment. Secret telling smile can read more here about it.


I admit their intention is good as they saying environment stuff

‘EBill saves paper and energy. Thank you for choosing this green service.
Let us prevent climate change for a greener future!’

Actually saving their money by saving cost (for paper, printing, delivery & etc.) and serving nothing.

They advice if you have any problem to call their support hotline 121. that is huge expensive and will hold you for hours and if you are lucky you may get a chance to talk to some one after a long expensive time else can listen to their brand music.

In past there was an email based billing service that was good can get your bill by sending email to but they kill the service you can get detail when ever you wanted. Now you will get confusing account status.

I personally contacted several time via email to but no reply from them but month after month having the same issue till today.

But the so called ebill is nothing but pain & financial loss. I wonder what their real intention for this harassment? Saving their own money and getting money from our pocket?

Shame on you Grameen Phone should not be such money mugger being a part of TeleNor

I am sharing my personal experience you are invited to share your experience and views.

Bangladesh on Saturday temporarily blocked the social networking site Facebook amid demands by a radical organisation to ban the website for hurting the sentiments of Muslims.

No official comment was immediately available for the closure of the popular network. However, an official source on condition of anonymity told PTI that the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission blocked it on directives from the government.

The private news agency said the measure was taken after a request from the elite anti-crime Rapid Action Battalion. Users were suddenly barred from logging into the network since 6.30 pm.

A RAB spokesman rejected the report, saying no request was made on their behalf to block the network. The development came two days after the leader of the radical Islamic Shashantantrik Andolon, Fazlul Haque Amini, demanded a ban on the network for alleged postings hurting religious sentiments.

Pakistan recently decided to cut off access to Facebook till May 31 over a page featuring blasphemous cartoons of Prophet Mohammed.

The Bangladesh government-run BSS news agency earlier on Saturday reported that the RAB troops arrested a ‘cyber criminal’ of the city on charges of ‘cyber crimes’.

It said the detained man recently posted ‘objectionable, disfigured and satirical photographs’ of several government leaders using different accounts.

Also to be mention that westing time on porn site been reduced by people after Facebook been popular hope Government will take the necessary action against the cyber criminals and not to the social network but yet to justified the issue.

You can find the Facebook Statistics for Bangladesh, these numbers are updated on a daily basis that the Facebook Statistics (Advertising) platform gives us for Bangladesh on the given day.

Number of users on Facebook in Bangladesh: 876 020

Number of male users on Facebook in Bangladesh: 642 920

Number of female users on Facebook in Bangladesh: 222 440

Penetration in Bangladesh: 0.55 %

Online penetration in Bangladesh: 157.56 %

Avarage CPC in Bangladesh: $ 0.09

Avarage CPM in Bangladesh: $ 0.04

So it is a very promising for business too


Poorest mobile service provider Warid Telecom Bangladesh which is now belong to a middle east based Dhabi Group which is going to be acquired by  Bharti Airtel, India’s mobile and Internet services giant having 118 million subscribers, will acquire 70 percent stake in Warid Telecom, a mobile operator in Bangladesh.

The acquisition is estimated to be around $300 million. As a result of the deal, Bharti Airtel control of the management and the board of Warid.
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