On July 11th and 12th, Pyay will host its fourth Barcamp – a tech-focused “un-conference” that has seen multitudes of people attend past events.
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Myanma Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) is considering reducing its airtime costs before the end of the year, a senior official said.
Myanmar Marketing Research and Development (MMRD) company has rolled out a Yangon Directory online mobile app, joining a growing number of directories heading online.
Telcos can find out who users talk to, as well as where and when – and right now, in certain situations, a Posts and Telecommunications Department (PTD) request could lead operators to share that information with police.
On this year’s “National Day of Civic Hacking”, over 50 people came to downtown innovation lab Phandeeyar to make recently released census data more digestible.
Mobile penetration rates have increased to over 50 percent, according to the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.
IT is difficult to find a person who does not support the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw’s move to delay the introduction of a 5 percent tax on top-up for another year.
The Union Parliament yesterday suspended a newly imposed 5 percent commercial tax on mobile phone top-ups until the next fiscal year.
Data prices have reached new low rates in Myanmar, with dual, near-simultaneous price cuts by duelling telcos.
Local payment services firm Red Dot has built up a network of more than 3000 retailers in Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon, chief marketing officer Andy Whelan said at a press conference yesterday.
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