Business Desk : dhakamirror.com
Mobile phone operator Banglalink Wednesday launched Tourist SIM, enabling foreign travellers to enjoy a seamless telecommunication service during their stay in Bangladesh.
The third-biggest network carrier has introduced six packages with validity between seven days and 30 days for both physical SIM cards and e-SIM.
Tourists will be able to make local and international calls, send and receive SMS, and experience Banglalink’s wide range of digital services, the operator said in a press release.
The SIM cards will automatically be deactivated upon the expiry of the user’s visa or the validity period of the package.
Each tourist can purchase up to two SIM cards by showing their passport at designated entry points and popular tourist spots across Bangladesh.
Upanga Dutta, chief commercial officer of Banglalink, said, “We have launched this initiative to deliver uninterrupted connectivity through our fastest 4G network to foreign tourists during their stay in Bangladesh.”
“Our primary aim is to provide a seamless and hassle-free solution that allows visitors to stay connected and have access to Banglalink’s comprehensive range of digital services.”