Banglalink launched micromax Q300 smartphone only at 2,599
[Dhaka, Bangladesh, February 12, 2017]:- Banglalink, one of the leading digital communications service providers in Bangladesh has recently launched Micromax Q300 with free 9 GB Data and 600 Minutes Talk time only at 2,599 tk. Present at the launching ceremony were Shahriar Ahmed Remon, Head of Device, Banglalink, Shibly Sadiq, Portfolio Senior manager, Banglalink, Riajul Islam, Country Manager, Micromax Informative FZE and Shakib Arafat, General Manager, Sofel Telecom Limited.
The customers can avail 9 GB free internet and 600 minutes talk time in three months, where they will get 3GB internet, 100 minute on net and off net talk time in each month. The bonus will be valid for 30 days. To avail first bundle bonus customers need to type “Q300” and send it to “4321” or dial *5000*521#. To check data bonus users need to dial *124*5#, for on net bonus minute, dial *124*13# and for off net bonus, dial *124*15#. Based on eligibility, bonus will be disbursed within maximum 48 hours.
Micromax Q300 has attractive features and specifications. It has, 3.5’’ Screen, Android Lollipop 5.1, 1.2 GHz Quad Core processor, 2 MP primary+ Digital camera, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB ROM, 1200 mAh battery. Its affordability will attract mass customers and more customers can enjoy the coverage of Banglalink’s fastest internet. The smartphone will be available in all Banglalink stores and its retail stores all over Bangladesh.
Shahriar Ahmed Remon, Head of Device, Banglalink said, “Digital progression has been a continuous commitment of Banglalink. We believe the provided free internet with the affordable smartphone will bring mass customers under the coverage of internet. Banglalink will continue to cater its valuable customers with most attractive bundle offers with affordable devices.”
Riajul Islam, Country Manager, Micromax said, “We are delighted to partner with Banglalink. Our most affordable smartphone and Banglalink’s leading digital network will give customers the best possible experience.”
Banglalink, one the leading digital communications service providers in Bangladesh with over 30 million subscribers, and a subsidiary of Netherlands based VimpelCom Ltd.
Web site: www.banglalink.net