Compensation Policy of Bangladeshi Telecommunication Industry .Doc

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1.1 Background of the topic:

Compensation package plays an important role in the success of an organization. Telecommunication industry is one of those in BD which tries to provide and practice a good compensation program. The goal of this analysis is to learn from the real life practices of compensation management and make a bridge between practical practice and class room studies and finally utilize the knowledge to face the future challenge.
1.2 Objectives of the study:

Objectives have been satisfied:

•To learn about the overall telecommunication industry.

•To learn about the compensation practices of four reputed mobile company in BD.

•To learn about the Organizational Culture of telecommunication sector.

•To develop and
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Then in 1990 Hutchison Bangladesh Telecom Limited (HBTL) was incorporated in Bangladesh as a joint venture between BTL and Hutchison Telecommunications (Bangladesh) Limited. HBTL began commercial operations in Dhaka using the AMPS mobile technology in 1993 and became the 1st cellular operator in South Asia Later that year Pacific Motors bought 50% of BTL. By 1996 HBTL was renamed as Pacific Bangladesh Telecom Limited (PBTL) and launched the brand name "Citycell Digital" to market its cellular products. Citycell provides its services using the CDMA technology. The current market leader GP started its journey in 1997 using the GSM technology as the second mobile phone operator. In the same year Aktel now Robi also started operation in Bangladesh. Banglalink, Teletalk, and Warid Rahman: Making TeleTalk a Healthy Competitor 137 started their journey later. All the operators except Citycell use GSM technology in providing their services. At present there are six mobile phone operators in Bangladesh. In addition to these six there are some locally operating mobile phone operators in Bangladesh like Dhaka phone, Rankstel, etc. The total number of Mobile Phone Active Subscribers reached 52.43 million at the end of December 2009. The number was 27.72 million about two and a half years back. Besides telephony service, mobile phone companies in Bangladesh

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