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Situated at ebook.xan.com.mm, the website would allow readers to view and buy online and use the company's own computer, mobile phone or tablet computer programs to access and buy them. Once registered, you can search and buy the book by the name or model of the book's name.
"Clients can review the book before purchasing and our rates are lower than others. Payments can be made via MyanPay, MPU, MPT or Visa, MasterCard, JCB and China Union Pay cards," he added. Said the firm is currently in discussions with the two international telecommunications companies in Myanmar, Ooredoo and Telenor, to initiate payments via the Ooredoo and Telenor telephones.
Publishing houses can fix the price of their book when they post it on the website, 50 per cent of which they receive when a book is on sale.
The book center launches its online services
Soon on a computer monitor near you - online bookstore. With more Myanmar using Myanmar machines and the increasing dependability of the web, bookstores offer the opportunity to make a buy without having to get out of the computer. Thant Thaw Kaung, PhD, CEO of the Yangon-based Myanmar Book Center, says that the center has already set up an Overseas sales office and will soon open distribution here. www.MyanmarBook.com was opened in 1998 and was the first online bookstore in Myanmar.
"Now we want to satisfy domestic demands, and we are setting up a website to be launch next month," said Dr. Thant Thaw Kaung. Thant Thaw Kaung said that the issue of how to buy the accounts will soon be resolved as several domestic bankers have considered the introduction of online payments.
Its Oversea Services offers literature for the library in Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, the UK and France. Normally delivery of the book is by recorded delivery by post, but wholesaler orders can be made by either ocean or rail. Thant Thaw Kaung said the online services would also promote book promotional events and bookfair.
Although online shoppers cannot actually surf the web, the site will contain a book content abstract, said Dr. Thant Thaw Kaung. Most of the textbooks available through the Myanmar Online Services are provided by the Myanmar Book Centre, which includes teaching languages, children's novels, encyclopedias and internationally recognized textbooks from abroad.
"The website will contain all the facts about what is available, how to buy them and how they are delivered," he said. It will also help to increase Myanmar's book literacy, said Ko Kaung Htut Oo, CEO of Parami Services. In 2006, he launched his website www.myanmarbookshop.com with the goal of making it easier for Myanmarers who live abroad and foreign nationals who want to have Anglophone literature published in Myanmar.
Aung U Myo from the Green Book Store said he had also been considering starting an online game.