10 May 2019
(Yangon –10th May 2019) – MPT, Myanmar’s first and leading telecommunications operator, has introduced the “Happy Friday+”, promotion where the customers can benefit extra Data balance for New Htaw B and extra data (MBs) for Data Carry Combo Packs on every Friday starting from 10th May.
Customers will receive an additional New Htaw B balance from 1,000Ks to 5,000Ks which can be used for Data with 6.1Ks/MB if they purchase New Htaw B on Fridays. Also the users who purchase Data Carry Combo Packs will receive extra MBs from 15 MB to 1,500 MB based on the Data Carry Combo Package that they purchased. Extra allowance can be used as long as the package is valid.
To enjoy this extra allowance, customers just need to buy any New Htaw B balance, or any Data Carry Combo Pack on every Friday and can automatically receive more balance and/or more data out of the respective products.
To buy New Htaw B balance, customer has to simply dial *500# and choose the product he likes the most, and will get extra balance automatically with same corresponding validity as indicated in the table below.
To buy Data Carry Combo Pack, customer has to dial *777# and choose the pack he prefers and enjoy the extra data allowance with standard 30 days validity and carry over benefit. Customers may also opt to use MPT 4U app to avail of the packages they need.
New Htaw B Pack (Dial *500# or via MPT4U app)
Mr. Reizo Umeda, Chief Commercial Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations expounds on the benefits of the improved packages: “This “Happy Friday+ Pack” configured around the rhythm of today’s youth lifestyle, who are more outgoing, friendlier and more connected. With our new
Htaw B with bigger extra balance and Data Carry Combo packs with bigger data allocations, they have more time to enjoy life and less worry about running out of data. I believe with this package, Fridays and weekends becomes their personal time to be with friends, family and colleagues and being able to share all these wonderful experiences on social media, via SMS or voice calls to stay connected at all times.”