Customers of the country's three private mobile phone network operators may face mobile service disruption for 8hours due to the rearrangement of the frequency in the second phase, said the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC).
The disruption may happen from 11pm of to-night (7 April) to 7am on April 8 due to rearrangement of the 2100MHz of spectrum.
In a press release issued on March 29, while the telecom regulator rearranged the 1800MHz band of spectrum in the first phase.
During the time, the subscribers may experience issues in making voice calls and accessing mobile data.
On 8 March, BTRC through auction allotted new spectrum to Grameenphone, Robi Axiata and Banglalink.
According to the BTRC, the rearrangement is for merging the newly allocated spectrum with the existing ones.
The telecom also regulator regretted the temporary inconvenience of the telecom subscribers.