The Myanmar Times
Monday, 06 July 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Total Gameplay Studio expands its empire

Myanmar's historical heroes will wage war to expand their empires in a new game from Total Gameplay Studio, due for launch this September, according to the design firm’s chief technology officer U Myint Kyaw Thu.

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Change in chiefs for Ooredoo Myanmar

OOREDOO Myanmar chief Ross Cormack has chosen to step down as CEO from the first international telco to launch services in Myanmar, the firm announced on May 11.

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MySQUAR aims for listing in London

The company behind a popular Myanmar chat application won’t wait on Yangon to launch a stock exchange to debut on the public market.

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Newcomer to build 500 Ooredoo towers

Singapore Windsor Holdings has won a contract to build 500 telecommunication towers for Ooredoo Myanmar, according to a notice published late yesterday on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

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Splash for handset vendors after Thingyan destruction

Too much Thingyan revelry has done in Ko Phoe Zaw’s handset.

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Telenor racks up 6.4 million subscribers

Telenor Myanmar claimed 6.4 million subscribers at the end of March, nearly double its results three months earlier, its Norwegian parent company said yesterday.

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ICT zone planned for Thanlyin

The Myanmar Computer Federation (MCF) is scoping out a site in Yangon’s eastern Thanlyin township for an ICT centre, according to U Zaw Min Oo, secretary general of the MCF.

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Ooredoo claims 3.3 million subs

Though not quite finished with its first year of operating in Myanmar, Ooredoo can now boast 3.3 million local subscribers.

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Google search now finds phones

Android users can now turn to Google search to find misplaced phones in Myanmar.

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MPT holds lead but telecom rivals are expanding

As the country’s three mobile phone providers continue to intensify their competition, benefits to users continue to accrue. Some observers now believe that further penetration of the interior of the country by Ooredoo and Telenor could bring both lower charges for rural users and cheaper internet packages.

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