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Cell phone stores prepare for the onrush of listeners
With the imminent launch of the K1500-Simcards, there is likely to be a surge in mobile phone purchases as million of people have not yet been able to buy their way into the world. On 3 April, the Commission announced that the Chinese authorities would be selling 800MHz CDMA through national and regional authorities as of 24 April, also raises doubts about the telephone networks capacities.
As a high level of consumer interest in UMTS is anticipated, the goverment has ensured that 350,000 units will be offered for purchase each of these. Inexpensive GSM and WCDMA maps are to be offered for purchase from May, the administration said. "We have the capability for more than three million new calls in the GSM and WCDMA networks," says U Htay Win, head mobile phone engineering at Myanma Post and Telecommunication.
Infrastructural problems should not curb consumption, which should significantly exceed supplies in the first few month. The Yangon Region Minister of Transport and Communications, U Aung Khin, said the Yangon authorities would be meeting soon after the Yangon International Aquatic Games to finalize the SIM card distribution and sales plan.
Throughout an offer to stall down on the resale of low-cost SIMs, tickets that are not charged with K5000 approval within 15 days of purchase become illegal, MPT said. SIMs can be used for both national and international calling and are equipped with 300 credits. The cost of making internal outgoing phone conversations is K50 per min, without fees for inbound phone conversations, and U Htay Win said that the department does not intend to increase the fees.
You can also activate your connection to the web on the new maps after logging in to MPT. Whilst the selling processes are still uncertain, mobile businesses were still confident of selling SIMs, which is a key driving force for mobile phone selling. The Myanmar Times has already indicated that the use of SIM card distributions by privately owned businesses has given priority to certain businesses.
KKA Mobile and Digital Store's Ma Pa Pa Pa said there had already been a significant rise in turnover. "There is a significant rise in consumer demands for 800MHz mobile phones and we only sell a few GSM phones. However, Ma Cho Wutt Yee, a business executive at Eastern Computer and Mobileales and Service, said that there are fewer mobile phone choices for the CD-ROM-Sim card.
Said she was expecting the introduction of GSM calling plans to trigger a selling boom. 2. "800MHz mobile phones are quite seldom on the mobile phone markets and the cost is not particularly low. Inexpensive GSM Sims are[ in May] being introduced to the GSM card markets, so we are currently concentrating only on the GSM market," she said.