Internet for all: Telenor’s plans in Myanmar

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

Read this article to learn:

  • The impact of mobile services on Myanmar’s socioeconomic conditions
  • Telenor’s plans for the tower rollout in Myanmar
  • How Telenor is planning to achieve 90% coverage within five years
  • Geographical and technical challenges related to network deployment in Myanmar
  • Telenor’s inclusive strategy: Internet for All

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…

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