The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has closed 77,590 SIMs of state-owned Teletalk mobile operator for illegal VoIP complaints. This significant STI has been discontinued as part of the ongoing operation.
The Direction of Application and Inspection of the BTRC gave instructions to the operator on Monday, Monday.
Deputy Director of BTRC Zakir Hossain Khan said in a press release that the Commission had blocked Teletalk SIMs for the use of Voice over IP (VoIP) through the CDR Analyst and the Commission (Geopolitics Detection System).
He said that such a process would be continued to prevent VOIP prevention activities and that such operations would continue to bring disciplines to the telecommunications sector.
As part of the ongoing operation to prevent illegal termination of VoIP calls by BTRC, on November 18, 33604 Teletalk SIMs were identified as being used to terminate VoIP calls illegally. In the same order, the instructions were issued to stop Monday afternoon.
Besides, on Oct. 11, the same number of 44,000 56 SIMs in Teletalk were closed. Meanwhile, all mobile operators, including Teletalk, have also identified a tremendous amount of SIM used for illegal VOIP activities.
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