Most of the bigger cities have internet access, which costs about 25-30 TK per hour. The majority are connected to the internet through broadband, although the speed does not match international standards. Some Internet service providers currently provide the WiMAX service. WiFi access is also available in certain areas of major cities.
You may also utilize the connection provided by your mobile provider. Teletalk (government operator), Grameenphone, Airtel, Robi, and Banglink all have 3G connections. You may use it on your mobile device. If you wish to utilize it on a laptop, you’ll need to purchase a modem, which ranges from 1000 to 1300 tk.
The data is less expensive here. Any operator may provide 1GB for 100 tk or less. Simply dial the operator’s toll-free number. They will explain how to get data to you. Communicate with contact center operators in English.
Although the Ministry of Information has banned them, internet calls may be feasible. Dialpad [www], Hotelphone [www], Mediaring [www], or Skype [www] are all good options. It’s possible that you’ll need your own microphone and headphones.