Burma’s telecoms network will receive a boost when 700 newly-ordered mobile communications towers are rolled out across the country. Telenor Myanmar has purchased the units – which will allow ‘multi-tenancy’, or[…]
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Telenor Myanmar and partner Myanmar Mobile Education Project (MyME) are expanding a joint project, launched in 2014, which provides education to children working in teashops. The project provides six hours[…]
Norwegian telecoms giant Telenor has reported ‘all-time high’ revenues in its financial results for the first three months of 2015, noting a ‘significant contribution’ from its Burmese operations despite start-up[…]
Norwegian telecom giant Telenor became an active mobile network service provider in Burma on Saturday, 27 September. The network, currently active only in Mandalay, will expand to Naypyidaw and Rangoon[…]
Norwegian telecom giant Telenor announced unforeseen delays in setting up their network of 800 – 1000 communications towers in the lead-up to launching their wireless service in Burma this month.[…]
Myanmar CEO Petter Furberg says Telenor will launch some time in September with both 2-G and 3-G networks. He also promised Burmese customers international calls at affordable prices.
In a restructuring of its business executive, Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor have appointed former Norwegian ambassador to Burma, Katja Nordgaard, as head of their corporate affairs division. The move will[…]
Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor says it will erect 2,400 communications towers and structures across Burma within the first year of operation in the country, exceeding the number already in service[…]
Ooredoo and Telenor finally received their Burmese mobile licences on Thursday at a ceremony in Naypyidaw. The companies were originally awarded the mobile licences in June, but the issuing of[…]
Norwegian company Telenor and Qatari-based company Ooreedo have been awarded highly anticipated telecommunications licenses in Burma. Both companies say they will invest billions of dollars to roll out mobile phone,[…]
The number of users of state-owned telecoms operator Myanmar Post and Telecommunications (MPT) has declined by almost 25 percent over the past two months from 11 million to eight million,[…]
From 1 June, mobile phone customers in Burma will have to pay commercial tax on any purchases of SIM cards and top-ups following the passing of a new tax law.[…]