The operator aims to improve population coverage by expanding its LTE network, which is currently available in around 180 cities across all regions in Myanmar.
Telenor Myanmar launched LTE services in June last year. The operator now has more than 19 million combined 3G and 4G customers across all states, regions and territories, and has to date rolled out more than 8,000 cell sites nationwide.
“As part of our commitment to provide the best customer experience throughout Myanmar, we have rolled out our 4G network across all states and regions in order to offer the superior data experience to the customers,” Telenor Myanmar CMO Amaresh Kumar said.
“We are looking forward to expand our 4G network in more cities and townships in several regions and states during the coming months and more of our customers will be able to enjoy our most affordable and fastest data network very soon.”
Telenor has also been sending a network ambassador across the country to check the condition of its network and seek feedback from customers.
“I have previously visited a number of townships that our 4G network has already covered. Significantly, customers in many towns in various regions were found having Telenor’s best network quality,” the network ambassador Myat Thura said.
“As I engaged with several customers whenever I traveled, and I also received good feedback on Telenor network qualities. And it is also good that I could help some customers having network issues and make them happy with our services.”