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MPT Delivered Mobile Telecommunication Services to 6 Remote Villages in Lewe and Pyinmana Townships in Nay Pyi Taw

18 Feb 2019

(Yangon, 18th February 2019) Myanmar’s first and leading telecommunications operator, MPT is extending its telecommunications network by dedicating to the development of myanmar as MPT is trying to Move Myanmar Forward with best-in-class connectivity all around the country. By December 2018, MPT has achieved its LTE+ network up to 314 townships across the country while improving the existing network quality to provide the best services to its customers.

MPT, now, is pleased to announce that 6 new villages in the township of Lewe and Pyinmanar  of Nay Pyi Taw have received the telecommunication network and residences from  Chinbyit , Kyauk Mee Ku, PaLaung, MePauk, San Thit Lwin, Thein Pyaug Auk are now able to make calls and using online via mobile devices to explore more and communicate with their loved ones while improving their business by utilizing the reliable network of MPT.

“It is the good example of MPT’s efforts to achieve Moving Myanmar Forward by providing better services to the community not only just in the urban areas but also in the rural areas in which communications is vital for their development. Until now it has been very challenging for the residences to access internet there for many reasons. With this expansion, people in this regions are able to access online services to communicate better with friends and family, as well as finding out important information related to work and play,” said Mr. Noboru Edagawa, Chief Technical Officer of MPT-KSGM Joint Operations.

Out of 6 villages, Chinbyit from Lewe and MePauk and San Thit Lwin from Pyinmana will be the first villages access to mobile telecommunications services by the operator and residences will have opportunities to experience MPT’s best quality network and make communications throughout the nation and to the world.  One of the villagers, U Tun Lin from Kyauk Mee Ku said “I’m so happy as MPT extends its network to the areas of having difficulties in both transportation and telecommunication. Now, we can communicate quickly and easily with each other and these can lead us to economically and socially improvement. These improvements are because of kindly support and effort of MPT. So, on behalf of the local people, I would like to say I really appreciate MPT for your support.