Auto Telephone Numbers To Be Upgraded

(Yangon, 28 April, 2017) – Myanma Posts and Telecommunications (MPT), announced today that existing auto telephone numbers are required of migrating to new uniform 7-digit numbers in order to render improved quality and better services.  Subscribers at the following exchanges which are already upgraded with advanced exchange system, will have their numbers amended as:

Saytottara KY-1000 Exchange in Magway Region, Nyaunglebin KY-1000 Exchange in Bago Region and Kyaikto KY-1000 Exchange in Mon State” on May 19th, 2017 and “Other exchanges in Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon Region, Mandalay Region, Ayeyarwaddy Region, Bago Region, Magway Region, Sagaing Region, Tanintharyi Region, Mon State and Rakhine State” on May 31st, 2017.

 

The new numbers will be as follows:

AreaExisting auto telephone numberNew auto telephone numberDate
 Saytottara KY-1000 Exchange

(Saytottara Tsp, Magway Region)

 

065-2027xxx

 

 

065-2027xxx

 

 

May 19th, 2017

Nyaunglebin KY-1000 Exchange

(Nyaunglebin Tsp, Bago East Region)

 

052-50xxx

 

 

052-2750xxx

 

 

May 19th, 2017

Kyaikto KY-1000 Exchange

 (Kyaikto Township, Mon State)

 

057-60xxx

 

 

057-2060xxx

 

 

May 19th, 2017

 

MPT will provide a “Call-Forwarding” service (free of charge) for the convenience of the above subscribers for incoming calls until the end of August, 2017. The concerning subscribers and their contacts can enjoy calling either to existing numbers or the new numbers during this transitional period.

 

AreaExisting auto telephone numberNew auto telephone numberDate
Hlegu Exchange

(Hlegu Tsp, Yangon Region)

 

01-628xxx

 

01-8628xxx

 

May 31, 2017

Hlegu Exchange

(Hlegu Tsp, Yangon Region)

 

01-629xxx

 

01-8629xxx

 

May 31, 2017

ManMyanmar Plaza Exchange

(Mandalay Tsp, Mandalay Region)

02-4000xxx02-4000xxxMay 31, 2017
02-4001xxx02-4001xxxMay 31, 2017
Ye Ywa Exchange

(Kyaukse Tsp, Mandalay Region)

 

02-9xxx

 

02-4009xxx

 

May 31, 2017

 

Ind.Zone Huawei MSAN Exchange

(Pyigyitagon Tsp, Mandalay Region)

02-5152xxx02-5152xxxMay 31, 2017
02-5153xxx02-5153xxxMay 31, 2017
02-5154xxx02-5154xxxMay 31, 2017
02-5155xxx02-5155xxxMay 31, 2017
Yadanarpon Teleport Housing Exchange

(Pyin Oo LwinTsp, Mandalay Region)

02-5178xxx02-5178xxxMay 31, 2017
Amarapura TWD – 06 Exchange

(Amarapura Tsp, Mandalay Region)

02-56xxx02-4056xxxMay 31, 2017
02-59xxx02-4059xxxMay 31, 2017
Amarapura EWSD Remote Exchange

(Amarapura Tsp, Mandalay Region)

02-70xxx02-4070xxxMay 31, 2017
Sittway KY-1000 Exchange

(Sittway Tsp, Rakkhine State)

043-21xxx043-2021xxxMay 31, 2017
043-22xxx043-2022xxxMay 31, 2017
Sittway EWSD Exchange

(Sittway Tsp, Rakkhine State)

043-23xxx043-2023xxxMay 31, 2017
043-24xxx043-2024xxxMay 31, 2017
Ngapali Shwewarchai KY-1000 Exchange

(Ngapali Sub-Tsp, Rakkhine State)

043-42xxx043-2042xxxMay 31, 2017
Thandwe KY-1000 Exchange

(Thandwe Tsp, Rakkhine State)

043-65xxx043-2065xxxMay 31, 2017
Hinthada DMS-10 Exchange

(Hinthada Tsp, Ayeyawaddy State)

044-21xxx044-2021xxxMay 31, 2017
044-22xxx044-2022xxxMay 31, 2017
Tharyarwaddy KY-1000 Exchange

(Bago West Tsp, Bago Region)

055-30xxx055-2230xxxMay 31, 2017
055-31xxx055-2231xxxMay 31, 2017
Mawlamyine DMS-100 Exchange

(MawlamyineTsp, Mon State)

057-21xxx057-2021xxxMay 31, 2017
057-22xxx057-2022xxxMay 31, 2017
057-23xxx057-2023xxxMay 31, 2017
057-24xxx057-2024xxxMay 31, 2017
057-25xxx057-2025xxxMay 31, 2017
057-26xxx057-2026xxxMay 31, 2017
057-27xxx057-2027xxxMay 31, 2017
Mawlamyine IndZ KY-1000 Exchange

(Mawlamyine Tsp, Mon State)

057-30xxx057-2030xxxMay 31, 2017
Dawei TDX-1B Exchange

(Dawei Tsp, Tanintharyi Region)

059-21xxx059-2021xxxMay 31, 2017
Dawei TWD-09 Exchange

(Dawei Tsp, Tanintharyi Region)

059-22xxx059-2022xxxMay 31, 2017
059-23xxx059-2023xxxMay 31, 2017
Dawei Myothit TWD-06 Exchange

(Dawei Tsp, Tanintharyi Region)

059-24xxx059-2024xxxMay 31, 2017
Myingyan IndZ JSY-2000 Exchange

(MyingyanTsp, Mandalay Region)

066-30xxx066-2030xxxMay 31, 2017
Kyaukse S-12 RSU Exchange

(KyaukseTsp, Mandalay Region)

066-50xxx066-2050xxxMay 31, 2017
Taungdwingyi KY-1000 Exchange

(Taungdwingyi Tsp, Magway Region)

063-50xxx063-2050xxxMay 31, 2017
063-51xxx063-2051xxxMay 31, 2017
Wundwin SOC-8000 Exchange

(WundwinTsp, Mandalay Region)

064-50xxx064-2050xxxMay 31, 2017
Mahlaing KY-1000 Exchange

(MahlaingTsp, Mandalay Region)

064-60xxx064-2060xxxMay 31, 2017
Tharzi SOC-8000 Exchange

(Tharzi Tsp, Mandalay Region)

064-69xxx064-2069xxxMay 31, 2017
Office 18&20 Exchange

(Zabuthiri Tsp, Naypyitaw)

067-409xxx067-3409xxxMay 31, 2017
Tatkon KY-1000 exchange

(Tatkon  Township, Naypyitaw Territory)

067-70xxx067-8070xxxMay 31, 2017
067-71xxx067-8071xxxMay 31, 2017
Naypyitaw ASB NGN Exchange

(Zabuthiri Tsp, Naypyitaw )

067-8403xxx067-8403xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8404xxx067-8404xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8405xxx067-8405xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8406xxx067-8406xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8407xxx067-8407xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8408xxx067-8408xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8409xxx067-8409xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8410xxx067-8410xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8411xxx067-8411xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8412xxx067-8412xxxMay 31, 2017
067-842xxx067-842xxxMay 31, 2017
067-843xxxx067-843xxxMay 31, 2017
Naypyitaw ASB NGN Hluttaw Exchange

(Zabuthiri Tsp, Naypyitaw)

067-8590xxx067-8590xxxMay 31, 2017
067-8591xxx067-8591xxxMay 31, 2017
Pyisanaung Huawei MSAN Exchange

(Zayarthiri Tsp, Naypyitaw)

067-9985xxx067-8985xxxMay 31, 2017
Monywa IndZ KY-1000 Exchange

(Monywa Tsp, Sagaing Region)

071-25xxx071-2025xxxMay 31, 2017
Padaythar DMS 10-RSU Exchange

(Pyin Oo LwinTsp, Mandalay Region)

085-29xxx085-2029xxxMay 31, 2017

 

MPT will provide a “Call-Forwarding” service (free of charge) for the convenience of the above subscribers for incoming calls until the end of August, 2017. The concerning subscribers and their contacts can enjoy calling either to existing numbers or the new numbers during this transitional period.

MPT သင်္ကြန်ပွဲတော် အတူနွဲပျော်

MPT၏ နှစ်သစ်ကူး အတာသင်္ကြန်အကြို မိသားစုရေသဘင်နှင့်ဖျော်ဖြေပွဲ အစီအစဉ်များကို ၂၀၁၇ ခုနှစ် ဧပြီလ (၁၀)ရက်နေ့က ကျင်းပပြုလုပ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။

မြန်မာ့နှစ်သစ်ကူးကိုကြိုဆိုတဲ့အနေနဲ့ ကျင်းပတဲ့ပွဲမှာ MPT-KSGM ကအကြီးတန်း စီမံခန့်ခွဲမှုအဖွဲ့ဝင်များအားလုံး တက်ရောက်ခဲ့ကြပြီး လာရောက်သူအားလုံးကို မြန်မာ့ရိုးရာမုန့်များနှင့်ကျွေးမွေးဧည့်ခံခြင်း၊ သင်္ကြန်ယိမ်းအကအလှများနဲ့ ဖျော်ဖြေခြင်းနဲ့ ရေပက်ကစားခြင်းတွေကို ပြုလုပ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။

MPT Launches Free ‘Buddha Tayadaw Myar’ Page on LoTaYa Web Portal

(Yangon, 7 April 2017) – MPT has launched a new page on its popular LoTaYa web portal, full of religious content for Dhamma lovers. Through LoTaYa Buddha Tayadaw Myar users can browse and listen to famous monks preaching for free at their own convenience – whether sitting on a long bus journey, taking a lunch break or just before bed.
The Buddha Tayadaw Myar page includes Dhamma sermons by 15 famous monks: Mogok Sayadaw U Wimala, MoneLei SayaDaw U ThanWaRa, Thee Inn Gu Sayadaw U Oak Ka Hta, Venerable Pa Auk SayaDaw, Kyar Ni Kan Sayadaw, Bamaw Sayadaw Dr. Kumarabhivamsa, Sitagu sayadaw, Dr Namdamala, Pilot Sayadaw JeYaPandita, Dr Ashinjayatissa, SayaDaw U Jotika, Dhammaduta Ashin Say Kane Da, Ashin Sandadika, Bhaddanta Thuseiltha Vivamsa, Venerable Dr. K.Dhammasami.
This type of so-called ‘online Dhamma’ is a first of its kind for the Myanmar telecoms industry. It offers a choice of format for hundreds of clips – MP3, MP4 and PDFs (e-book) – that can be downloaded for free to listen, watch and read at the swipe or tap of a finger.
Buddhists believe that the teachings can lead the escape to nirvana – an enlightened plane or state where all suffering is ended, where there is nothing but everlasting joy and peace.
The Buddhist Dhamma preaching content is provided by Dhamma Download and the Thitsarparami Society, with nearly 300 clips already curated and more constantly being added.

Speaking about the newly introduced page, U Thein Hoke Deputy Chief Commercial Officer from MPT-KSGM Joint Operations said, “Myanmar is principally a deeply Buddhist country, and we understand the importance of religious belief to many of our customers. We wish to make these sermons available free of charge so people can have easier access to them and be closer to the Buddha’s teachings wherever they are”.
Dhamma lovers can go to the Buddha Tayadaw Myar Page either through LoTaYa web portal or this direct link http://dhamma.foc.lotayamm.com/.

Buddha Tayadaw Myar FAQ

Buddha Tayadaw Myar

1. What is Buddha Tayadaw Myar?

  • Buddha Tayadaw Myar is a content that realizes customers who deeply believe in Buddhism to browse, listen, and read famous monks preaching anytime, anywhere as much as they want.

3. Are there any extra charges except for data charge?

  • No, preaching contents are completely free.

5. What monks preaching does Buddha Tayadaw Myar provide?

  • At launch timing, Buddha Tayadaw Myar contains 15 monks. Mogok Sayadaw U Wimala, MoneLei SayaDaw U ThanWaRa, Thee Inn Gu Sayadaw U Oak Ka Hta, Venerable Pa Auk SayaDaw, Kyar Ni Kan Sayadaw, Bamaw Sayadaw Dr. Kumarabhivamsa, Sitagu Sayadaw, Dr Namdamala, Pilot Sayadaw JeYaPandita, Dr Ashinjayatissa, Sayadaw U Jotika, Dhammaduta Ashin Say Kane Da, Ashin Sandadika, Bhaddanta Thuseiltha Vivamsa and Venerable Dr. K. Dhammasami.

7. Are there any comment from monks who are contained to the lineup in Buddha Tayadaw Myar?

  • They are pleased that their preaching can be conveyed widely to the people by Buddha Tayadaw Myar.

2. Are only MPT customers allowed to browse, listen, watch, and read the preaching contents for free of charge?

  • Yes, only MPT customers allowed to browse, play, and download the preaching contents for free of charge.

4. What kind of preaching does Buddha Tayadaw Myar provie?

  • Audio, Video, ebooks. And also provide two type of categories for audio and video.

1) Abhidhamma

2) Preaching

6. How does Buddha Tayadaw Myar get preaching data?

  • All the preaching data is provided by Dhamma Download and Thitsarparami Society by their benevolence.

8. Is there any additional preaching in future?

  • Yes, Lo Ta Ya will update preaching data day by day.

MPT Makes Nationwide Grand Donation in Observance and Celebration of Thingyan New Year Festival

(Yangon, 5 April, 2017) – To show its solidarity with the people of Myanmar turning a page into the New Year, MPT is making a nationwide series of donations to charitable causes to mark the festive Thingyan period.

The organisation has enlisted the participation of its workforce, from its top management down to the regional MPT office teams, to make more than 30 donations at locations all over the country. From a total of 200 million Kyats, a wide variety of recipients – including schools, monastic organisations, orphanages, hospitals and homes for the aged – will receive funding.

Today, Mr Toshitake Amamiya, CEO MPT-KSGM Joint Operations, alongside U Naing Ko Ko, DYCOO, visited Mingalar Monastery near Twante, Yangon Region, to ceremonially present a donation to the orphanage there.

In addition to this event and other donations, traditional Thingyan rites organised by MPT have taken place at various locations this week. It is an important time to reflect and look forward, for celebrating and embracing Myanmar culture. MPT’s regional teams will visit many sites not only to make a donation, but also to conduct Thingyan activities in a manner that is customary.

MPT’s unique LoTaYa Helping Hands donation platform supports 10 charities to which people can send money from their phone credit balance via the LoTaYa portal. Each of these organisations will also receive a funding boost over Thingyan.

Mr Toshitake Amamiya said: “At this time of celebration, MPT is committed to its obligation as a proud Myanmar operator to honour the Thingyan New Year through donation and selfless acts. This donation comes from MPT and on behalf of our customers, to whom we are extremely grateful and wish to share the merit. Thank you all, and have an auspicious, safe and happy New Year.”

The series of donations are part of MPT’s range of CSR activities. In addition to on-going education and communication related initiatives, MPT recently opened a number of tube wells across the country to improve access to water in rural areas in the long term as part of the Clean and Sustainable Water Program. There have also been water deliveries to places that are in need of immediate relief from the dry, hot weather.

The Thingyan donation activities have taken place over a number of days this week. MPT wishes the whole of Myanmar a happy and prestigious New Year, and each person a restful, reflective but also fun Thingyan holiday.