Business Communication

Student Name : Fahmid Ferdous
Student ID : 0003MSOT0611
Topic : Communication Breakdown
To : Mr. Kamal Hossain


I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my lecturer Mr. Kamal Hossain for the support and guidance he showed me throughout my report writing as well as our institution London School of Commerce which gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful report on the topic barriers to communication, which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and I came to know about so many new things.
Secondly, I am also truly indebted and thankful to my parents and my classmates who boosted me morally and provided me great information resources in finishing this project within the limited time.
I am making this project not only for marks but to also increase my knowledge.

Executive Summary

Warid Telecom International acquired a 15 year GSM authorization to operate as the sixth mobile phone operator in Bangladesh in December 2005 and they spent US$ 750 million. From the middle of 2006, Warid Bangladesh started working on its network and on May 10, 2007, they launched commercial operations covering 26 districts. It uses code 16 preceded by the code number of Bangladesh +880. Within 70 days of launching, Warid Bangladesh got hold of a million subscribers.
On Jan 4, 2010, Warid Telecom sold 70% of its stake in Bangladesh operations to India’s Bharti Airtel for US$ 300 million receiving regulatory approval from Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC).
From December 20, 2010, Warid Telecom was rebranded to Airtel.

Table of contents

Introduction 5
Analysis 6
Difference in perception 6
Language Difference 6
Sixth telecommunication operator 6
Lack of knowledge 6
Business strategies in Bangladesh 6
Lower economy of Bangladeshi people 6
Lack of interest 6
Not Proper Advertisement 6
People are not used to with the...