Payment Through Bank Channel
Customer can pay all MPT bills at MPT TRA or Post Office, MEB or some agent collection channel, and also through KBZ Bank and CB Bank.
Customers can make payment over the counters in all branches of KBZ Bank and CB Bank or through their mobile banking application easily.
Type of payments
All MPT bills in Myanmar Kyats with MPT logo (Including Line Phone, ADSL, FTTH and postpaid mobile phone)
Required Information for payment
Customer need to bring the bill in hard-copy or soft copy.
Payment can be made over the counter by KBZ cheque or cash at KBZ Bank, or CB Bank cheque or cash for CB Bank.
Payment through Mobile banking
Customers need to register to mobile banking service at KBZ Bank or CB Bank.
After that, you can make payment through mobile banking application of each bank.
Note: No transaction fees charged to customers payments at KBZ Bank and CB Bank (both over the counter and through mobile banking) Banks
and mobile banking payments.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is new for payment through bank channel?
Until recently, MPT’s Post-Paid subscribers could make a payment only at MPT TRA or Post Office, MEB or some agent collection channel. Starting from 1st of June customer can pay all the MPTbills in Myanmar Kyats with MPT logo through mobile banking application of KBZ Bank and CB Bank or over the counters in all branches of KBZ Bank and CB Bank.
2. What kind of bills or payment can I pay?
All Myanmar currency invoices with MPT logo, including Line Phone, ADSL, FTTH, and postpaid mobile phone can be paid through these new bank channel.
3. Can I still pay at MPT TRA or post office?
Yes, customer can still make payment at “Yangon city TRA”, “Mandalay city TRA” and “Naypyidaw TRA” and Post office.
4. How can I pay through mobile banking application?
Customer needs to have KBZ or CB bank account and have done the registration for those mobile banking service. The banks can provide detail information for you.
5. Will there be transaction charges for me to bare?
No, the transaction charges will be borne by MPT.