In celebration of its 4th anniversary, Telenor Myanmar held several activities and entertainments in 20 different cities from September to December
Telenor Myanmar has successfully concluded its 4th anniversary celebration which had been held across the country together with its employees, partners, distributors and valued customers since September until December.
In celebration of the four-year long journey, Telenor Myanmar run its largest customer engagement (Bluewave) activities in 20 different cities across the country and engaged almost 40,000 customers and 4,220 shops, according to the final statistics officially released. During the two months period, hundreds of Telenor employees went out to the markets to explain about its latest offers and also collected the feedbacks from customers and partners which can in turn help a lot in improving Telenor’s services and products.
In addition, around 200,000 people also enjoyed a series of evening music concerts which featured performances from some of the famous local singers such as Zaw Paing, Aung Htet, Billy La Min Aye and Chit Zwe Thar etc. The music concerts were held in all the cities where Telenor performed its customer engagement activities for the celebration of Telenor 4th anniversary.
“We have had wonderful and exciting four years in Myanmar and we know for sure that this cannot be achieved without our valued customers and partners. That is why, we planned to celebrate our most important occasion with them and we are thrilled to see that our customers are also willing to participate in the celebration. The best part of this celebration is that we received many thoughtful suggestions and feedbacks during the engagements which are invaluable assets for us in making our attempt to be better day by day,” said Sharad Mehrotra, CEO of Telenor Myanmar.
Four years ago, the first SIM of Telenor Myanmar was sold in Mandalay when the company officially launched mobile communication services. Today, Telenor possesses Myanmar’s largest mobile 2G/3G/4G network with more than 8,300 sites nationwide and a total of 100,000 points-of-sale, serving 18 million customers across all states and regions. As a result, Myanmar has become a regional leader in mobile speed and capacity with leapfrogging development in the telecom sector.
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