The telecommunication regulatory commission and telecommunication ministry have amended the rules to get back the PSTN operators who were banned for over an year because of using illegal VoIP in their network.
Under the changes all the 5 public switched telephone networks(PSTN) needs to solve their payment disputes on inter connectivity with the mobile operators before they get their license.This is confirmed by the officials of Bangladesh telecom Regularatory Comission and Telecom Ministry.
However, Telecom Secretary Sunil Kanti Bose said the dispute over interconnectivity charge is the matter of the operators, not related to the telecom law.
"We have asked the BTRC to return the licences to the operators after they fulfill the conditions," he said.In May 2010, the BTRC banned the licences of Peoples Tel, National Telecom, WorldTel, RanksTel and Dhaka Phone for their direct involvment in illegal international call termination through VoIP technology.
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