• Largest 4G network in Myanmar
• 4G network already covered 17 cities in Myanmar
Telenor’s 4G services introduced in 6 major cities
14thFebruary 2017, Yangon
Telenor Myanmar Limited (“Telenor”) celebrates the introduction of 4G services in 6 major cities throughout this week. Telenor’s 4G network has already been expanded to 17 cities across Myanmar, and from February 13 to 19 a series of introduction events are held in Taungdwingyi, AungLan and Pakokku in Magway Region; Monywa in Sagaing Region; and Lewe and Pyinmana in Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory respectively.
Famous vocalists including R Zarni, Helay, Tin Zar Maw,Po Po, Aint Chit and Zeyar performed as part of the celebrations held in Taungdwingyi and AungLan on 13 and 14 February respectively. Telenor employees were also out on the streets, engaged directly with customers and dealers on the streets to introduce the 4G services. The company employees also provided free-of-charge services such as swapping old SIM with high-speed capable ‘USIM’, installing popular App likes Facebook, Viber and MyTelenor, and opening social accounts for customers. Concurrently, in an effort to reinforce Telenor’s nationwide ‘SIM Registration Days’, Telenor employees also explained registration process and benefits, and helped users to register right away.Similar activities will also be carried out as part of celebrations in Pakokku, Monywa, Lewe and Pyinmana from 15 February onward.
Telenor celebrated expansion of 4G services toMawlamyine in Mon State and Hpa-an in Kayin State late January. Other cities already covered by Telenor 4G network include Pyay, Bago and Taunggu in Bago Region;Myeik and Dawei in Taninthayi Region;Sittwe in Rakhine State; and DetKhi Na Thi Ri, Oke Ta Ra Thi Ri and Poke Ba Thi Ri in Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory.
Telenor rolled out 4G network in Myanmar since last July and with 4G network footprints in 17 cities it has now established the largest 4G network in the country. The company will continue to roll out 4G services to more cities in the months to come.
With less than two months remaining to register all SIM cards, failure to register is considered to be non-compliant with government regulations and will result in service disruption to customers’ subscribed mobile services. The mobile services will continue to be disrupted until SIM card is registered.
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