Myanmar's young entrepreneurs-in-the-making are getting a shot at reality-show fame from Yangon’s Lithan University College (LUC).
Myanma Post and Telecommunications (MPT) attracted queues of SIM buyers to Yangon shops last week by offering SIMs for K1500 – well below prices which previously stretched into the hundreds or thousands of US dollars in the past decade.
What's in a name? For DoeMyanmar, quite a bit – as the Myanmar-targeted social network’s founder explains, Myanmar’s past, present and potential is wrapped up in the moniker, which means “We Myanmar”.
Ahead of its still-undecided launch date this month, Telenor CEO Peter Furberg outlined some of the company’s plans to The Myanmar Times.