The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Agency (per BTRC) has asked for the registration of handset as a mobile SIM card. Such initiatives are being undertaken to reduce mobile phone-centered crime and stop the bicreo of handset theft, illegal importation and counterfeit handsets. by Brig. Gen. Nasim Parvez, Director general of the per BTRC Spectrum Division of the BBC Bangla, told the BBC that it can be illegally imported, stolen and used to prevent counterfeit handsets. Can ensure the safety of customers. Mobile phone accounts can be kept. Finally, the loss of government revenue will averted possible.
It is known that the handsets! is being legally imported in Bangladesh and a valid phone database will be created with 15 digit individual IMEI numbers that are being assembling or generated locally mobylgulo. When people buy mobile phones, they can settere with IMEI numbers that their set is lawful or illegal. In addition, per BTRC will create their equipment identity Registrar (eair) Draft instruction-Eair. Under which every active set of the country will be brought under registration.
Meanwhile, Eair, the largest company in the world, has made a 24-page report on the applicable per BTRC for Bangladesh. The report is sent to the mobile Aparetorgulore for verification. If a correction is required, the report for final approval will be sent to the Bitirsir Commission. After the draft nirdeshnatike is final, each operatorcay will be tied to the creation of an active hand-set database under their network. In the first phase, customers don’t have to go anywhere to register the handset. If they are enabled by their registered SIM set, set will be automatically registered with that name.
If those set have to use a second SIM then it must be registered SIM with the same name. If anyone has more than one set, then the set will be registered in the second settite to activate the name of the SIM. Then the set a SIM Chalbena another name. That means a set will be registered as one. This will be done by a different database.