| 28 Dec 2018, 00:00 | Update : 28 Dec 2018, 11:09
Mobile Internet 3G and 4G services have been resumed on Friday morning 10 hours after the closure of its services on Thursday night.
After getting the directives of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC), the 3G and 4G services were reopened at 8:30am, said the officials of the mobile phone operators.
Earlier, the officials of the mobile phone operators were instructed on Thursday night to temporarily shut down the services, said an official of the BTRC, preferring to be unnamed.
The shutdown of mobile internet 3G and 4G services has become a much-talked issue to prevent rumours and propaganda ahead of the 11th parliamentary elections slated for December 30.
Meanwhile, many subscribers said that mobile internet services were discontinued after 10pm on Thursday.
However, there was no discrepancy in the use of internet for wire-based broadband subscribers.