Myanma Posts and Telecommunications reduced its installation charge for telephone landlines from K650,000 to K32,000 as of 15 July with the aim of widening access to information technology. Businesses need landlines to access to the Internet through an asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL). MPT currently provides 2G and 3G mobile networks across the nation. The state-run firm has signed an agreement with KDDI-Sumitomo of Japan for development of communication technology in the nation. KDDI and Sumitomo of Japan has announced plans to invest US $2 billion in communication sector of Myanmar.