Pop Pop Par Par is a casual game portal where users can access more than 100+ games in MyTelenor App. Click here

Pop Pop Par Par is a casual game portal where users can access more than 100+ games in MyTelenor App. Click here

Pop Pop Par Par is a casual game portal where users can access more than 100+ games in MyTelenor App. Click here

Recharge

You can now recharge conveniently with Telenor's different recharge methods. Telenor offers three flexible recharge channels for different customers with different accessibility. Our three flexible recharge channels:

  • Recharge Coupon Voucher (Scratch card)
  • Electroninc Loading through Telenor POS
  • Other Payment Channel

Recharge Coupon Voucher(Scratch card)

Get your Recharge Coupon Voucher, ranging from 1,000 Ks, 3,000 Ks, 5,000 Ks & 10,000 Ks as you need it.

Top Up

1,000 Ks

Scratch Card

Top Up

3,000 Ks

Scratch Card

Top Up

5,000 Ks

Scratch Card

Top Up

10,000 Ks

Scratch Card

Electroninc Loading through Telenor POS

You can also top up in multiples of 1000 on E-Load from any Telenor Point of Sale. E-load top up available from 1,000 Ks to 10,000 Ks.

Other Payment Channels

Customer can do Top up from these payment channels such as Wave Money and Mobile Banking Apps. Top up easily with online payment service here

Frequently Asked Questions

Telenor SIM cards cost 1,500 Ks. You should not pay more than 1,500 Ks, unless you buy a special ‘golden number’.

You can buy from any point-of-sale that has Telenor branding, or one of Telenor’s own outlets. At the shop you will need to fill in a form using a valid identification in order to register the SIM. In case you do not have an NRC or any proof of identity you will need to get a letter from an authorized representative of your township. The format is available at Telenor shops.

You can buy Telenor SIM and top up cards from any shop displaying a Telenor sign as well as our own branded Telenor shops.

You can use identification cards such as National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) OR passport for foreigner.

Yes, the Government of Myanmar has imposed a 5% commercial tax, which will be charged on customer usage of telecommunication services.
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