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Auto-Telephone Numbers Will Be Changed As Exchanges Are Already Upgraded

26 Jan 2021

(Yangon, 26th January 2021) – MPT announced today that in order to improve quality and provide better services, following exchanges were upgraded with the advanced system. Therefore, existing auto telephone numbers are required to be migrated to new unique 7-digit numbers as below table on 31st January 2021.

 

AreaExchangeExisting auto telephone numberNew auto telephone number
Ayeyarwady RegionNgwe Saung Exchange042-40xxx042-2040xxx
Shan State (South)Pinlaung Exchange081-54xxx081-2354xxx

Additionally, the following exchanges were upgraded with the advanced system and existing copper cable system will be upgraded to high speed fiber cable system and wireless cable system telephone numbers to be changed as below table.

 

AreaExchangeMigration Start DateExisting auto telephone numberNew auto telephone number
Bago Region (East)Thet Ka La Exchange31-01-2021052-57xxx052-4757xxx
Bago Region (West)Padigon Exchange31-01-2021053-65xxx053-4765xxx
Chin StateKanpetlet Exchange31-01-2021070-82xxx070-4782xxx
Kachin StateMansi Exchange31-01-2021074-54xxx074-4754xxx
Kayah StateHpruso Exchange31-01-2021083-45xxx083-4745xxx

Kayin State
Pharpon Exchange31-01-2021058-2070xxx058-4770xxx
Thandaung Exchange31-01-2021054-44xxx054-4744xxx



Magway Region
Sinbaungwe Exchange31-01-2021069-40xxx069-4740xxx



Pakokku Exchange
28-02-2021062-21xxx062-2021xxx
28-02-2021062-22xxx062-2022xxx
28-02-2021062-23xxx062-2023xxx
28-02-2021062-24xxx062-2024xxx
Rakhine StateKyaukpyu Exchange28-02-2021043-46xxx043-2046xxx

Mandalay Region
Madaya Exchange28-02-202102-79xxx02-4079xxx
Pyawbwe Exchange15-03-2021064-48xxx064-2048xxx
15-03-2021064-49xxx064-2049xxx

During transitional period of old numbers to new numbers, MPT will provide 3 months ‘call forwarding services’ for their incoming calls free of charge, for customers’ conveniences starting from migration. The customers can enjoy “call forwarding services” as able to call to both existing (old) telephone numbers and (new) changed telephone numbers during the transitional period.