Internet for all: Telenor’s plans in Myanmar
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Internet for all: Telenor’s plans in Myanmar

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A tough project with an ambitious goal: connectivity as a driver for economic development

Telenor isn’t new to the Asian market and with successful operations in Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand, India and Pakistan, its track record indicates sound foundations for the launch of its operations in Myanmar. With challenges such as climate, road conditions and specialised skills shortage, the path towards launching its 2G and 3G offering is a challenging one.

In an exclusive interview, Telenor Myanmar COO, Ole Martin Gunhildsbu, shares his views on the impact that mobile services will have on the country’s overall wealth and development and on Telenor’s sound business strategy for this their newest venture.

TowerXchange: What will it mean to the citizens of Myanmar to have access to mobile services?

Ole Martin Gunhildsbu, Chief Operating Officer, Telenor Myanmar:

Telenor believes that mobile communication services are a basic necessity for everyone.


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