Jay Mart Myanmar

Myanmar Jay Mart

Y & P Co.,Ltd. View Jaymart Facebook statistics in Myanmar, including the number of fans, engagement rate and fan distribution by country. The Thai mobile phone provider Jay Mart PCL (JMART) expects the acquisition of two companies to be completed next month.

Myaynigone, Sanchuang Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Grow together with Myanmar

Launched 1 cell service provider in Thailand. The J&P Myanmar Co Ltd. is led by the Jaymart Myanmar team. Available and available are genuine cell telephones and cadgets, telephone equipment, Bluetooth and other IT cadgets. In Yangon and other Myanmar towns we are hoping to be able to offer our stores and service to provide our customers with the best shopping experiences when buying cellphones and IT equipment.

As Myanmar's electronics manufacturing sector is developing rapidly, we want to be a part of Myanmar's daily work. Our goal is to be able to serve all of our stores and services in Yangon and other Myanmar towns and give our customers the best possible shopping experiences with cell phones and IT that will be part of their daily lives in Myanmar.

Myanmar is a land opening up to the fast-paced electronic industry with innumerable world-class goods awaiting the population. We also have electronic devices and accessories that make people's life simpler and more prolific and fill their life with more colours they can ever think of.


Rooms (205/A), ground level, Banyar Dala Road, Tarmwe Township, No. (191), ground level, U Chit Mg Rd, Bahan Township, Yangon. Crossroads - 8 shopping mall, open area on 1 st. Kyait Wyne Pagoda Street, Mayangone Township, Yangon. Myaynigone Sanchaung Township, Yangon. Myaynigone Sanchaung Township, Yangon.

Myanmar Jay Mart to press ahead with roll-out

This year Jay Mart will open 20 new shops in Myanmar, in addition to the three it has already opened in Yangon. This follows the granting of telecommunications licences by the Myanmar authorities to Telenor of Norway and Ooredoo of Qatar for the operation of wireless services in the state.

The Jaymart says it will be spending 150 million Bahts (US$4.8 million) on the new businesses. This year, the retail company aims to be selling 20 million cell phones compared to the 15 million it last year. As more and more customers choose smart phones there, 40 million cell phones are expected to be on the market by 2015.

Thailand's Advances Info Service, True Move and DTAC are expecting 10 million 3G subscription this year. As Jaymart says, this is likely to drive cell phone revenues, especially smartphone revenues.

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