MYANMAR Posts and Telecommunications, one of the country’s leading telecom operators, opened its own store in downtown Yangon yesterday.
The store is located at the corner of Bosunpet Street and Maha Bandoola Street. It is one of 100 MPT stores that are scheduled to open before the end of March this year near public areas nationwide, aiming to provide a wide range of services to customers. Mr Koichi Kawase, chief commercial officer of the MPT-KSGM Joint Operation, said: “We have plans to accelerate the upgrading of service businesses for all MPT users within the year.” MPT has already opened 14 service centres in Yangon and Mandalay regions.
People who want to know the latest information about MPT may visit its Facebook page, website and the company’s official page on the LINE massaging application.
There are over 80,000 MPT sales centres across Myanmar.
Plans are underway to open MPT stores in Kyauktada, Thingangyun and Shwegondine townships in Yangon; Aungmyethazan, Pyin Oo Lwin, Nyaung U, Meiktila, Myingyan and Mogok townships in Mandalay; and other regions and states before March.
Soe Win (MLA)