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Press Release: Bhutan Telecom Increases Data Quota to Reduce Pandemic Burden
The Royal Government on August 11, 2020 announced an indefinite lockdown in the nation. This restriction of movement has led to a heightened need for connectivity through the internet and phone services for social, physical, and mental wellbeing.
Bhutan Telecom realizes that there is growing panic and fear regarding the spread of the virus. Given the situation, the citizens are facing major worry over their family and friends’ safety. Even the mental wellbeing has come under threat due to the limitations posed by physical distancing. Further, to break the chain of transmission, it has now become extremely important for people to stay informed with every directive issued by the government.
Additionally, the government, the people, and businesses across the nation are now largely dependent on the internet for an uninterrupted flow of economic and educational activities. In such challenging times, providing accessible and affordable telecommunication services to the nation has become crucial. Keeping such concerns in mind, BT seeks to stand in solidarity with the government and the people to play our part, our Gyenkhu.
Therefore, acknowledging the need of the hour, and prioritizing the safety of the citizens, Bhutan Telecom has revised its data quota. BT customers will now receive increased data volume for the same price. For detailed list of revised plans, please visit www.bt.bt or call 1600.
We urge all citizens to stay informed and connected and do your part in these unprecedented times. Together, we can get through this. Stay home, stay safe!
Bhutan Telecom Limited
September 1, 2020
We request you to kindly pay your bills on time to continue using BT services. You can make payments using online platforms like B-Ngul, B-Wallet, mBoB, mPAY, etc. However, for your benefit, the barring and suspension of BT services will be deferred until the situation improves to avoid hampering of communication.
Stay safe, stay connected!
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been signed between Bhutan Telecom (BT) and Nippon Telegraph & Telephone East Corporation (NTT East), Japan, to strengthen existing relationships. The MoU that was concluded on July 27, 2020 will aim to expand business ties between the two companies through technical and personnel exchanges in the ICT field.
Selected Candidate for the post of Field Assistant
Bhutan Telecom is pleased to announce the final selected candidate for the post of Field Assistant, Mongar, ER interviewed on June 22, 2020.
The selected candidate is requested to report to HR Section, BT head office at 9:00AM on June 23, 2020.
We are pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the post of Field Assistant, Mongar floated earlier. The shortlisting is based on the Eligibility Criteria in our ToR. The interview will be held at BT head office (BT Conference Hall) at 9:00 AM on June 22, 2020.
1. CID No. 11503004347
2. CID No. 11509002104
3. CID No. 10302002922
4. CID No. 10103002533
5. CID No. 11511002025
Please furnish your original documents during the time of interview. For any queries, please contact HR at 1805 (extension) or write to us at email@example.com