The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 24 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Faster internet on trial: deputy minister

Over the past month, internet speeds have allegedly doubled in designated transmission areas of Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay as a result of a free service upgrade trial the state-run New Light of Myanmar reported on August 16.

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Daiwa sees ‘cloud’ future for Myanmar

Myanmar will look to overcome its infrastructure shortfalls by using a cloud-based computer system to link government and public offices when it begins its extensive IT overhaul later this year.

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Online world opens up options for users

Myanmar's online world is suddenly bristling with activity in the automotive and real estate realms.



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Apple to enter Myanmar

American technology firm Apple will allow a Myanmar company to act as its authorised dealer, reseller and service provider, a source said last week.

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President U Thein Sein set to operate a personal website?

President U Thein Sein is set to launch his own website – e-President Portal – covering news of his daily activities and to communicate with the public.

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Slow internet upsets users

Internet users have once again been left fuming by a recent slowing of connection speeds, with café owners hit hardest.

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Post-paid GSM system to start May 1: MPT

Post-paid GSM users will switch over to a prepaid system on May 1, a text sent by Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications to all GSM users last week said.

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Slow internet speed frustrates users

Internet users were left fuming last week as connection speeds once again slowed to a crawl.

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MPT more than halves SIM purchase prices

Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications slashed the prices of the much-anticipated next batch of mobile telephone connections by up to 60 percent.



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Some GSMs, landlines move to prepaid system

Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications last week announced that post-paid GSM mobiles and landline telephones would switch to a prepaid system from March 1.

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