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4G/LTE (Yangon, May 29, 2017) - MPT has today announces the launch of its eagerly awaited new 4G/LTE services starting May 30, 2017. Naypyitaw, Yangon and Mandalay, the major towns, will be the first to see much higher speed before it is made available to other sites in the near-term.
MPT's broad ecosystem has been painstakingly developed to enable a seamless 4G/LTE to 3G migration, which has already been formally recognised as the quickest in Myanmar. It will be extended from the large capitals to other capitals as soon as possible. Reminders remind users to verify their preferences and make sure 4G/LTE is activated on their device.
4G range for Myanmar mobile operators
In May 2017, Myanmar's postal and telecommunications department made the first 1800 MHz-allotment. In Myanmar, this early frequency syringe has dramatically increased the power of Myanmar's wireless network. This had a very significant impact on the 2017 speeds reported.
At the time of the MPT, the pubic broadcaster did not make an formal declaration, but their latest news releases indicate that they are on the same track. MPT announces several enhancements in its latest news releases that will enable subscribers to take advantage of up to 300 Mbps on-the-move. The Spectrum is the most valued and valueable asset for portable computing and has a significant and immediate effect on your overall output.
Duplicating the range gives each user theoretical ability to duplicate the 4Gs. We recently posted an interesting paper about the development of Myanmar's MDRs. This is the first increase in the cost of wireless information and each carrier is focused on a very narrow pricing point. At this point it is still not clear whether the cell phone providers have taken a decision or have been persuaded by an agency not to overprice.
This is certainly good in the long term, as wireless carriers would have to work on new important sales arguments such as performance, reach or value-added conten. As a result, each of the carriers issued a declaration to persuade the client to operate both the quickest and the broadest 4G networks in Myanmar.
Last year MPT received the prize for the country's fastest Myanmar' wireless datacom and is proud to call itself the award-winning LTE+ family. With VoLTE, MPT clients can now make high-quality conversations with 4G. Yangon's local government has also activated Carrier Aggregation in Yangon's city center, allowing subscribers with interoperable cell phones to take advantage of higher speeds.
MPT has issued a second declaration stating that its LTE+ grid is available in 82 cities and will be extended to 280 by the end of 2018. OpenSignal, the Norway based company, reminds us that last year OpenSignal chose the quickest 3G in Myanmar.
The Telenor also said that in 4G it already covers the 50 major Myanmar towns, which make up two thirds of the city' s people. The fact is that the Qatar-based carrier does not have much to say about the velocity of travel. Ooredoo has pridefully declared that it is by far the largest 4G community in Myanmar, with two-thirds of the counted communities (200 communities in total).
While we really welcome the effort of wireless operators to roll out high-speed wireless in Myanmar, we cannot avoid calling these claims into question and asking ourselves what the underlying facts are. So what does coverage of a township really mean for a cell phone provider? Glimpsing the real world, OpenSignal gives a cool look at the current 4G activities across Myanmar and a sure thing is that the path is still long before Myanmar's citizens enjoy the thrill of high-speed wireless inland.
Cell phone companies are working to increase the level of connection. Ultimately, Myanmar's clients are not naïve and will opt for the supplier that offers a constant service on their everyday route between work and home.