Ooredoo has racked up more than 2 million subscribers and lost QAR 531 million (US$145.8 million) over the last year as it set up in Myanmar, according to press release from March 10.
Telenor celebrated the 1-year anniversary of its Net Monday events March 9 – a milestone to mark progress in the Norwegian telco’s short history in Myanmar.
About 2500 people attended this year’s AppExpo at MICT Park February 19-20.
A record-setting solar-powered plane will make a brief stop in Mandalay on its way around the world, speakers announced at a February 24 press conference.
Apple has begun allowing certain Myanmar stores to start selling iPhones, marking a change in strategy for the company, after previously limiting officials sales to a shorter list including Mac computers and iPod products.
It is easy to forget the excitement in Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw when Ooredoo and then Telenor launched their services, promising a new era in telecommunications. Already those launches have started to fade from memory.