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Introducing Telenor low cost website
With effect from May 27, 2015, Telenor's "My Internet" plans will be reduced to 5 Kyats/MB compared to the current 6 Kyat/MB rate. Telenor's'Smart Internet' schedule - with rates of up to 2 Mbps - will now only cost 6 Kyat/MB compared to the current 10 Kyat/MB rate.
Daily and quarterly packets for the "My Internet" schedule are calculated at 500 Kyats for a 110 Mbytes and 1,900 Kyats for 500 Mbytes. Two" Smarth Internet" maps are available with a price of 6,600 kyats for 1,250 megabytes and 11,900 for 2,400 megabytes. In order to enable the'Smart Internet' schedule, the customer only needs to send an SMS "smart" to 500.
Clients are only paying for what is used, and Telenor helps keep control of how much is used throughout the time. "Myanmar's citizens can always rely on Telenor to have the cheapest language and web service with the easiest and most accessible pricing plan and a global community that will be able to access as many communities as possible within the next 3-4 years," said Petter Furberg, Chief Executive Officer of Telenor.
There are 65% of our own 6.4 million customer community of 65% dataconsumers and nearly 60% of our own smart phone population. We have launched new online priceplans to reflect Myanmar's increasing hunger for information and to promote the further spread and use of the web. Telenor clients can now take advantage of the cheapest tariffs on the fastestgrowing Myanmar datacom system with this new pricing".
The Telenor Group offers wireless communications in ten large divisional and state networks: Mandalay, Yangon, Sagaing, Bago, Magway, Ayeyarwaddy, Kayin, Mon and Kachin, and the Nay Pyi Taw trade unions area. Telenor currently has more than 2,000 turrets across the country - 99% of them with 3G capability - and is scheduled to deploy between 3,000 and 4,000 by the end of 2015.
Telenor has extended its Telenor community to more than 50% of Myanmar's township and township populations since September 2014 and has more than 30,000 points of sale (POS) throughout the state. We' re working on improving the overall urban infrastructure: in Yangon we just doubling the number of towers from 348 at the start in October last year to over 700, while in Mandalay there are now 345 turrets, up from 70 at the time of the start in September 2014.
We also opened a fiber optic connection to Thailand in February, which further improves our wireless connection and our capability to provide a high value networking experience," Mr. Furberg added.