BTRC, NBR ACCOUNTS OF ONLINE ADVERTISING BY TELCOS DIFFER MASSIVELY  

Telecom regulator BTRC has put the money spent by Grameenphone, Banglalink and Robi on internet advertising in past five years at over Tk 87.44 billion while the National Board of Revenue says it is Tk 1.33 billion.

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