Banglalink brings affordable smartphone only @2599tk with attractive bundle offer

[Dhaka, Bangladesh, october 22, 2016]-: Banglalink, one of the leading digital communication service providers of Bangladesh in its commitment to give ‘digital bangladesh’ a reality and provide digital services for all has brought a lowest price smartphone with latest android os with exciting bundle offer for the students and limited earning people. Customers will get free 6 GB internet and 900 min talk time (450 off-net minutes, 450 on-net minutes). so the smartphone value becomes free for the customers.

The smartphones ‘itel it 1355’ was launched recently at Banglalink headquarters tiger’s den in Gulshan. Present at the launching ceremony were prasoon lal, chief marketing officer, banglalink; Shahriar Ahmed remon, head of device, banglalink; shibly sadiq, device senior manager, banglalink and shyamol kumar saha, country manager, itel .

The smartphone “itel it 1355” is available at only bdt 2,599. It has 1.2 ghz quad core processor, 3.5” wvga screen, android lollipop 5.1, 512mb ram, 4 GB rom, up to 32GB memory support, and 1400 mah battery. This smartphone has exciting applications like facebook, twitter, whatsapp and instagram pre-installed in it. This smartphone will provide its user with the ultimate satisfaction of using a smart device at a very affordable cost.

Shahriar Ahmed Remon, head of device, banglalink said, “being a digital service provider we are continuously working to bring affordable devices for the mass people. We are happy to partner with itel smartphone manufacturer and bring attractive bundles for those who are going to start with their first smartphone experience.”

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Saha, country manager, itel said, “we are proud to have partnered with banglalink, one of the leading digital service providers in Bangladesh. We believe in the power that connectivity and affordable smart devices can bring change in our economy and by jointly bringing the right device, we are taking a bold step towards a true digital bangladesh.”