The Myanmar Times
Monday, 22 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

French firm to assist MPT in expansion of international telephone services

MPT customers are now able to exchange SMS messages with users with certain international telcos, as the state-owned telco’s international connections have increased with support from France.

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Ooredoo delivers maternity app

Ooredoo has launched its maternal health application, May May, which is designed to help expectant mothers access information and even medical care.

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College launches tech start-up competition, with winners to get shot at Singapore reality show

Myanmar's young entrepreneurs-in-the-making are getting a shot at reality-show fame from Yangon’s Lithan University College (LUC).

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MPT gets competitive with top-up promotion

Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) has launched a promotion giving customers more bang for their top-up bucks.

 

 

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By the glow of the screen, tech heroes emerge

Developers powered through Myanmar's second-ever hacking marathon to solve problems faced by local businesses.

 

 

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Local developers bring mobile game to Japan

Japanese gamers will get a taste of Myanmar’s programming expertise when local firm Total Gameplay Studio launches its Thamain Paw Thwut app at a event near Tokyo later this month.

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Cheap MPT SIMs cause shop queues

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.

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The social network: ‘We Myanmar’

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”.

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Ooredoo slashes data charges on PAYG

For the month of August, Ooredoo will charge PAYG customers KY10 per megabyte, down from KY25 per megabyte.

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Ooredoo claims 1 million customers

Over a million people have signed up with Ooredoo since its launch earlier this month, according to company officials.

 

 

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