MPT Collaborates with Big 9 to Bring Unlimited Music and Entertainment to MPT Customers

(Yangon, 30 March 2018) – Myanmar’s leading telecommunications operator, MPT today launched its partnership with Big 9 to bring unlimited music and entertainment to MPT customers around Myanmar. In partnership with Big 9, this application allows user to discover and enjoy the latest music video streaming and exclusive entertainment content.

Big 9 Go App is a local entertainment app which is lead by Iron Cross Music Band’s rock legends, Lay Phyu and Myo Gyi. MPT customers nationwide can enjoy unlimited mobile access to entertainment contents including music. Big 9 provides local music video streaming, and various content, in categories such as lifestyle, entertainment, reality show, live music, fashion & beauty, health and wellness, sport, travelogue and more.

With the Big 9 Go App, MPT customers can enjoy unlimited in-app music and entertainment with an affordable daily subscription rate of only 99 Kyats. MPT is providing customers front-row access to stream, with their first week of subscription free of charge and allowing free unlimited access to music, interview, travelogue and sports but it will be charged for mobile data.

“We are excited to announce this partnership with Big 9, which will deliver the premier entertainment streaming experience to our subscribers. Our users can experience all their favourite music and entertainment at affordable price, Our customers can exclusively access the entertainment and music even if their devices haven’t got any extra digital storage space by streaming over MPT’s ultra-fast 4G LTE+ network”, said Mr. Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT KSGM Joint Operations.

The Big 9 Go App can be installed on Android phones and will be available for download at Google Play, or by visiting http://bg.lotayamm.com. For more information, please contact our MPT Call Centre 106, hotline 09441122225.

MPT Myanmar in Our Heart “Nationwide Clean-Up Campaign” Sweeps Across Myanmar

(Yangon, 28 March 2018) Over the weekend, Myanmar’s leading telecommunications operator, MPT, organized a massive nationwide Myanmar In Our Heart Clean-up Campaign, taking place across 18 locations around the country simultaneously. From 7am on Saturday, 24 March, 2018, MPT employees, senior management and members of the public met at iconic landmarks, popular public areas, and sacred pagodas to clean and beautify the nation’s many treasured locations.

The clean-up campaign occurred at the following areas:

 

No.States and RegionsCity/TownshipLocations
1YangonDagonShwedagon Pagoda and Yangon General Hospital
2MandalayNyaung-OoAncient Bagan Zone
3NaypyidawZabu ThiriThapyay Kone Market
4SagaingMonywaShwe Taung Oo Pagoda
5MagwayMagwayStrand Road
6AyeyawaddyPatheinChaung Tha Beach
7Bago (East)BagoBago General Hospital area
8Bago (West)PyayAround Shwe San Taw Pagoda
9ThanintharyiDaweiLawka Maryasein Pagoda
10KachinMyitkyinaAlong Ayeyawaddy River
11KayahLoi KawThirimigalar Taung Kwal Pagoda
12KayinHpa-AnGeneral Hospital/ Kanthayar/ Kan Pat Lane areas
13ChinHa KaClock tower & Zee Ohn Church
14MonMawlamyineMu-Don, Kyeik Kha Mi Road, RTC Office, University
15RakhineSittweSittwe Point
16Shan (East)Kyaing ToneThit Ta Pin Kone
17Shan (South)TaunggyiSulamani Pagoda to Myopat Street, Bogyoke Road
18Shan (North)LashioMyo Ma Market

“All of us at MPT are so proud to be a part this landmark 18-location nationwide clean-up campaign. As the nation’s largest operator, we were able to mobilise over 6,000 MPT staff and members of the public to engage in a huge event held simultaneously all around the country. We hope that our many customers across Myanmar understand that MPT is a strong and proud local operator that brings more to its communities in various ways. In line with our new nationwide campaign, all of MPT’s employees are keen to demonstrate care for the development of Myanmar and are doing so by putting Myanmar in our heart,” said Mr. Yoshiaki Benino, Chief Operating Officer of MPT KSGM Joint Operations.

“We want to encourage people to work together to keep the environment and public spaces clean for everyone. These celebrated locales remain close to people’s hearts as places of great significance here. With the enthusiastic participation from our thousands of employees and the local communities, we hope to make a positive difference in instilling the practice of cleanliness and saving the environment,” he added.

To see the highlights of the MPT’s Myanmar In Our Heart Nationwide Clean-up Campaign, please visit the official campaign Facebook event page at http://bit.ly/MyanmarInOurHeartCleanupCampaign or the official MPT Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mptofficialpage/ for further information.

MPT Gives Customers A Glimpse into the Future with Nay La Astrology App

(Yangon, 21 March 2018) – Myanmar’s first and leading telecom operator today announced a new value-added service for Astrology lovers, called ‘Nay La’. This new subscription-based service delivers knowledge, literature and predictions on a host of subjects such as relationships, health, career, education, finance and family to MPT customers.

MPT aims with love and benevolence to offer good fortune of news, knowledge, pleasure and divinity in users’ daily life. Nay La contains tarot reading, an astrology overview, the Mingalar 100 year Myanmar calendar, mahar bote, feng shui, memorial days and occasional events which relate to all zodiac signs. And it also has standard and Chinese horoscope and information that can easily access and read in this application.

This service is available exclusively to MPT customers for an affordable daily subscription rate of 158 kyats (including commercial tax). As a welcome to the Myanmar New Year, new subscribers can enjoy Nay La for 7 days free of charge. Moreover, subscribers who successfully subscribed 1 week to the service will be automatically included in “Tagu” lucky draw program, and will have a chance to win the prize drawn like motorcycle (3) Nos and 3000 ks Top-up cards (100) Nos during the promotion period (21.3.2018 to 20.4.2018).

MPT users can get the application download link by sending “DL” to 8998. Moreover, this application is available to MPT users to download for free from LoTaYa portal [http://nl.lotayamm.com] and users can also download from Google Play Store. Users can simply subscribe the service in Nay La app once the installation is finished.

“Since the launch of our high-quality 3G and 4G LTE+ mobile networks, we have sought to launch a variety of convenient and useful value-added services for our users. We are very pleased to announce this affordable app for our user’s daily lives, with a simple and intuitive user interface containing all the information needed for today’s devoted astrology follower, ” said Mr Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer for MPT-KSGM Joint Operations.

“I am very pleased to co-operate closely with MPT for the launch of the amazing new NayLa Mobile app. It’s incredibly exciting to use new advanced smartphone technology to offer our customers the timeless advice and knowledge of astrology. We want to bring this app to our customers for the deliverance of good luck with good wills. We promise to continuously provide better and reliable services to our customers aligning with the MPT values of Moving Myanmar Forward,” said U Wai Phyo, the Managing Director of Htut Company.

For more information, please see www.naylaapp.com or contact our MPT Call Centre 106, hotline +959 8998 400 07 and +959 4208 056 67.

Mobile views of Nay La App

AirAsia Joins with MPT in Myanmar Offering 20% flight discount for mobile users

YANGON, 20 March 2018 – AirAsia is partnering with Myanma Posts and Telecommunications (MPT), the first and leading telecommunications company in Myanmar, to expand the possibility of low-fare travel by offering a promotional discount exclusively for MPT mobile users.

AirAsia is kicking off ‘AirAsia On Sale’ mobile campaign by giving 20 percent discount to all MPT users for AirAsia flight bookings made only on the AirAsia mobile application.

MPT subscribers can apply the promo code “MPT20” on the AirAsia mobile app and enjoy bookings with special fares from 22.30 hrs on March 29 – 22.30 hrs on April 1, 2018 for travel between 1 July – 30 September 2018.

The promotional discount applies to all AirAsia routes except those operated by AirAsia Japan (flight code DJ) and AirAsia Indonesia’s domestic routes (flight code QZ).

The world’s leading low-cost carrier recognizes the growing demands for quality and economical air transportation in Myanmar and is committed to enabling the world-class services in the market.

“AirAsia strives to improve the experience of flying and increase affordability to make air travel possible for everyone. With commitment and collaboration from our visionary partner at MPT, we envisage freedom of people in Myanmar to travel and see other cultures. This partnership marks another important milestone for AirAsia in Myanmar as we continue to strengthen our brand and explore potential localization opportunities,” said Matthew Mok, Regional Head of Partnership at AirAsia.

“With MPT’s widest mobile network coverage in Myanmar, we can reach out and provide this amazing discount privilege to the largest customer base in the country. All MPT users can access the AirAsia application on their smartphones and book their preferred trips with an exclusive discount of 20 percent off the base fare,” said Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT KSGM Joint Operations.

“We are excited to be partnering with AirAsia to reward our loyal subscribers with this special offer and appreciate the carrier’s effort and commitment in bringing affordable travel experience to the people of Myanmar,” he added.

AirAsia currently operates direct flights between Yangon-Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) 4 flights per day, Yangon-Kuala Lumpur 1 flight per day, and Mandalay- Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) 1 flight per day. Passengers can explore beyond Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur with our Fly-Thru service by doing a single transit in either city and hop further to the other inspiring destinations in AirAsia’s expansive networks.

Find out more about this and many other promotions and activities from AirAsia at Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsia), Twitter (twitter.com/AirAsia) and website (airasia.com). To enjoy the discounted fares, download AirAsia application on the App Store for iOS users and on Google Play for Android users.

MPT Staff Save Lives Donating Blood at Blood Centers and Hospitals Around Myanmar

(Yangon, 17 March 2018) MPT sends thanks to more than 400 staff and employees who volunteered to donate blood at blood donation centers around the country on 16 March. Yangonbased MPT employees met at the National Blood Center, on Shwe Dagon Pagoda Road in Latha Township to support the blood donors nationwide. Held as one of the many CSR activities of the nation’s largest mobile carrier, 2018 marks the second year that MPT staff have donated blood to
support people in need.

With blood an essential part of human body function, MPT staff blood donations will help supply blood during emergency surgeries around the country, essential to helping mitigate potential fatalities. Since blood transfusion is required in many occasions, there is only enough donated blood in the National Blood Center to last 2 or 3 days conforming to their website.

Around the world, approximately 800 women die each day from pregnancy or child-related complications, according to the World Health Organization, something able to be somewhat rectified with blood donations. According to the National Blood Center, blood donations in Myanmar are tracking at less than the demand of the health system. As part of its national CSR efforts, MPT aims to support the National Blood Center’s efforts to maintain sufficient blood supply for those in need. MPT Moves Myanmar Forwards through the power of its nationwide workforce, engagement and community events. Other CSR efforts in various field including Health, Education and Business incubation are also MPT’s commitment to show that Myanmar is always in our Heart.

“It’s very worrying time for both patients and their loved ones when they must find blood donors in an emergency. For young children undergoing surgery, to adults in an emergency accident, we’re truly glad that our blood donation campaign will be able to help support people during these difficult times, and we hope that MPT staff will come together to donate even more blood in the future. We thank all participants for their time and effort in supporting such a noble cause,” said Mr. Yoshiaki Benino, Chief Operating Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations.

Dr Thida Aung, Deputy Director General from the National Blood Center, said “We thank MPT staff for their continued blood donation efforts around the country. Blood donation is an essential part of a well-functioning healthcare system, and we are constantly in need of more donations to supply children and adults with essential blood products. If people are interested in donating a small quantity of their blood to help saves lives around the country, we strongly encourage them to go to www.donatebloodmyanmar.org for more information.”

In 2017, MPT started blood donation campaign events nationwide. With this event, there are more than 1000 blood bags donated, and MPT will continue this good practice. As blood donation is the noble activity for Myanmar people, it can help save lives in an emergency situation and during surgery. To find out more information on how you can save lives through blood donation, go to https://www.donatebloodmyanmar.org/. For more information on all MPT CSR activities, please visit http://mpt.com.mm/mm/about-home/csr-activities-mm/

MPT Delivers the Latest and Hottest Celebrity Information Through its Cele Club Application

(Yangon, 16 March 2018) Myanmar’s leading telecommunications operator, MPT has launched a new application for its users which offers unlimited access to celebrity news through a daily subscription service called Cele Club. In collaboration with Contents Hub Services Co., Ltd, this new application offers exclusive photo and video content featuring local celebrities, their daily activities, blogs, events, concerts and other entertainment news.

Cele Club is the very first celebrity news app in Myanmar, which lets MPT subscribers to keep in touch with their favorite celebrities and keep up with news on fashion models and other famous celebrities. MPT users simply need to send “CELE” to 8411 and they will receive the application download link. Moreover, this application is available to MPT users to download for free from LoTaYa portal [http://cc.lotayamm.com] and users can also download from Google Play Store. Customer can subscribe to the service for only 99 kyats per day per celebrity and 158 kyats per LIVE streaming video (including commercial tax).

The service delivers various contents on lifestyle of celebrities and their day-to-day activities through ultra-fast MPT LTE+ 4G network. Fans can enjoy pictures, blogs, videos, live video broadcasts and see what’s trending, and more. It also gives updates through live feed feature on upcoming events, ticket promotions and event news and photos.

As a start for Cele Club launch, users can find out the most updated news and information about top and most influenced celebrities of altogether 10 namely, Ni Ni Khin Zaw , Khin Wint Wah, Aye Wyut Yee Thaung, Tun Tun, Kyaw Kyaw, Aung Thu Lwin (Kelvin Kate), May Yati Zaw, Phyo Pa Pa, Tyron and Russell while there will be more celebrities to add in future for the fans all over myanmar.

As an appreciation to the launch of Cele Club Application, new subscribers who subscribe from 16.3.2018 to 29.3.2018 can enjoy 7 day use of this app for free of charge. In addition to this, users during this period will be able to participate in the Lucky Draw promotion to win a prize such as iPhone X (1) No, Samsung Galaxy S9+ (3) Nos and 3000 kyats Mobile top-up (100) cards.

“There’s no easier way to keep up with celebrities’ than with Cele Club, exclusive to MPT subscribers. We are excited to offer our customers a fun, easy way to learn more about their favourite celebrities, at an affordable subscription rate. Because of our fastest 3G and 4G LTE+ network, data usage among customers are rapidly growing day by day and we are thrilled to be launching the Cele App. We are bringing a community of true Celebrity lovers together by creating a Fan Club where they can post stories, polls and comment on stories!” said Mr. Rezio Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT KSGM Joint Operations.

“We believe our Cele Club subscribers will enjoy the various options they have on the list of celebrities’ contents provided to them, including live streaming videos and images in the means that they want in various entertainment sectors. By using Cele Club app, we believe users are given the opportunity to gain access to exclusive contents which are not available in any other social media platforms, including Facebook, Youtube and other channels” said Daw Mee Mee Lin Maung, Managing Director of Contents Hub.

For more information, contact our MPT call Centre 106, hotline 09258539955 and 09258539966.

MPT’s Brand New Shwe Stream App Excites Data-users with Unlimited Access to Popular Korean Drama Series

(Yangon, 13 March 2018) Myanmar’s first and leading telecommunication operator today revealed a new over-the-top streaming product, Shwe Stream. This new service allows MPT users across the country to discover and enjoy the latest and most anticipated Asian TV shows and movies.

Shwe Stream contains hundreds of on-demand movies and video contents including Korean TV episodes and other variety shows popular among Myanmar viewers. Shwe Stream’s vast library of first-run exclusive shows, award-winning Asian TV series including Korean, Japanese and Thailand content and much more, are offered in both English and Myanmar subtitles for unlimited streaming on demand.

The service is available to MPT customers at an affordable daily subscription rate of only 99 MMK (including Commercial Tax).To encourage a strong uptake of the new service, MPT is offering its customers their first week of the subscription free of charge. Shwe Stream allows customers to access the streaming service on devices, including phones, laptops and tablets for convenient viewing wherever you are.

“We are thrilled to offer our customers a great way to watch acclaimed Korean TV series and other movies to consumers across the country. The launch of Shwe Stream reaffirms our commitment to offering the best and widest selection of entertainment content available at an affordable price. The service will give our viewers the entertainment that they need, when they want it based on market demands. We hope our customers will be delighted with the quality of the content on offer. We are committed to providing the best mobile network in the country, which now supplies the best of Korean television through the power of MPT’s LTE+ network.” said Mr. Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT- KSGM Joint Operations.
The android version for Shwe Stream application will be available for download at http://bit.ly/ShweStreamApk to obtain access to the new streaming service.

MPT Releases Amazing New Unlimited-Data ADSL Plans from Only 20,000 MMK Per Month

(Yangon, 12 March 2018) Starting 1 April 2018, MPT is releasing a new set of ADSL home-internet plans at much lower prices. Customers in compatible areas can receive high-quality unlimited ADSL home internet for less than ever before, with considerable speed upgrades over old plans. The new prices (inclusive of commercial tax) are as follows: Continue reading “MPT Releases Amazing New Unlimited-Data ADSL Plans from Only 20,000 MMK Per Month”

MPT Brings Myanmar Online with Free Wi-Fi Hotspots and Technology Information Centers

MPT is pleased to announce the opening of 40 MPT telecenters throughout the country to help fill the digital literacy gap. The opening of the centres in every state and region in the country will let communities access a wide range of beneficial information and communication services available on the internet.

MPT has so far trained 70 local staff with the technical knowledge needed to operate the MPT telecenters and to instruct the public on computer and tablet usage, together with responsible internet browsing techniques. At least two staff per location will be ready to help users.

“The launch of MPT telecenter initiative will help support citizens around the country achieve access to the world’s knowledge online. As smartphone ownership rapidly grows across the nation, the free Wi-Fi access at MPT stores nationwide will complement the trainings we offer on how to use the internet in a safe and enjoyable manner,” said Mr. Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations.

“The MPT telecenters are a very important part of our efforts to move Myanmar forwards. We care deeply about improving access to the internet, because we have seen firsthand the huge benefits it brings to communities around the country. Going online is something that all people, both young and old should and can do. The internet lets people stay up-to-date with current affairs and provides them with untold opportunities to access world-class educational information from global experts on things relevant to Myanmar, including agriculture, education, health and business,” he added.

In addition to unlimited free Wi-Fi for use with mobile devices, MPT is also providing laptops and tablets for free use at MPT telecenters around the country. These devices are ready for use by all Myanmar people, with useful apps installed like English language courses, Winn Zin, and health care and entertainment software. Those who visit the MPT telecenters can ask for more information at from staff who can share their knowledge and can give personal guidance as needed. Customers should look for the MPT telecenter logo at MPT-branded stores to find their nearest outlet.

The MPT telecenter will be open to the public 7 days a week. Over the coming years, MPT plans to expand the telecentre project to even more locations around the country.

MPT telecenters “150” Locations

No.State/RegionTownship No.State/RegionTownship
1AyeyarwaddyMyaungmya21Bago (East)Deik -Oo
2AyeyarwaddyMyanAung22Bago (West)Tharawaddy
3AyeyarwaddyMaubin23ChinHakha
4AyeyarwaddyPathein (1)24KachinTanine
5AyeyarwaddyHinthada25KachinPharkant
6AyeyarwaddyBokalay26KachinBamaw
7AyeyarwaddyZalun27KachinMyitkyina
8AyeyarwaddyPyarpon28KachinMogaung
9AyeyarwaddyNyaung Tone29KachinMohnyin
10AyeyarwaddyKyonepyaw30KachinMyitkyina
11AyeyarwaddyKyaiklat31KayahLoikaw (1)
12AyeyarwaddyWakema32KayahLoikaw (2)
13AyeyarwaddyEinme33KayinHpa-an
14BagoBago34KayinKawkareik
15BagoPyay35KayinMyawaddy
16BagoMin Hla36KayinKyarinnseikgyi
17BagoLatpandan37KayahLoikaw (3)
18BagoPaukhong38MagwayChauk
19BagoTaungoo39MagwayPakokku (1)
20Bago (East)Phyuu40MagwayMyaing
41MagwayPauk61MandalayChanmyathazi
42MagwayMinhla (Upper)62MandalayKyaukpadaung (2)
43MagwayPakokku (2)63MandalayMandalay (2)
44MagwayPakokku (3)64MandalayNyaung Oo
45MagwayYesagyo65MandalayMeikhtila
46MagwayMagway66MandalayMyingyan
47MagwayTaungtwingyi67MonKyaikhto
48MagwayMinbu68MonMudon
49MagwayGangaw69MonThanphyuzayet
50MagwayAunglan70MonThein Saite
51MandalayPyin Oo Lwin71MonMawlamyine (1)
52MandalayMoegoke72MonThanphyuZayet
53MandalayKyaukpadaung

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73MonMawlamyine (2)
54MandalayKyaukse74MonKyite Hto
55MandalayPyawbwal75MonMawlamyaing (3)
56MandalayMandalay (1)76MonMawlamyaing (4)
57MandalayTaungtha77SagaingMonywa (1)
58MandalayMaharaungmyay78Nay Pyi TawOttaythiri
59MandalayChanAyeTarZan79Nay Pyi TawTat-Kone
60MandalaySingu80Nay Pyi TawPyinmana (1)
81Nay Pyi TawZabuthiri101Shan Sout)Hisheng
82Nay Pyi TawPyinmana (2)102Shan SouthLawksawk
83AyeyarwaddyPathein (2)103Shan SouthKalaw @ Aungban
84RakhineMaungdaw104Shan SouthTaunggyi
85RakhineKyaukphyu105Shan SouthLoilen
86RakhineKyaukphyu106Shan SouthTaunggyi
87RakhineTaunggop107Shan SouthNyaung Shwe
88RakhineSittwe108Shan SouthAyetharyar
89RakhineThandwe109Shan SouthNant San
90SagaingHteechink110Shan EastMone Hsat
91SagaingYae Oo111Shan EastTachileik (1)
92SagaingShwebo112Shan EastTachileik (2)
93SagaingKathar113Shan EastKyeng Tong
94SagaingSagaing114Shan EastMonghpyak
95SagaingMonywa (2)115ThanintaryDawei
96SagaingKalay116ThanintaryMyeik
97Shan NorthMuse (1)117ThanintaryPalaw
98Shan NorthMuse (2)118ThanintharyiKawthaung
99Shan NorthMuse (3)119ThanintharyiThetyetchaung
100Shan NorthLashio120YangonThingangyun
121YangonBahan141YangonKamaryut (2)
122YangonAhlone142YangonPazundaung
123YangonInsein143YangonMingalardon
124YangonMayangone144YangonNorthoakakla
125YangonTarmwe145YangonNorth Dagon
126YangonHlaing (1)146YangonSouth Okkalapa
127YangonKyauktada (1)147YangonKyauktada (3)
128YangonKyauktada (2)148YangonHlegu
129YangonInsein149Yangon40st
130YangonHlaingtaryar150YangonSule
131YangonHmawbi
132YangonKamaryut (1)
133YangonSouth Okkalapa
134YangonHlaing (2)
135YangonPabedan (1)
136YangonYankin
137YangonThanlyin
138YangonPabedan (2)
139YangonHlaing (3)
140YangonKyeemyindine