Mandalay Region to house 1727 mobile communication stations next year

Union Minister U Myat Hein meets engineers and staff at Hanmyintmo mobile communication station.—MNA
Union Minister U Myat Hein meets engineers and staff at Hanmyintmo mobile communication station.—MNA

Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology U Myat Hein inspected installation of Multi-service Access Node exchanges in Kume on 5 March and urged officials concerned to provide better services for the public.
Then, the union minister inspected Hanmyintmo Mobile Communication Station and the auto-exchange station in Kyaukse.
On 6 March, the union minister, together with Mandalay Region Communication and Transportation Minister U Kyaw San, inspected the Madaya auto-exchange station and gave instructions on upgrading and maintenance of the exchange facility.
Then, the union minister inspected Nyaungwon mobile communication station, Letpanhla exchange and mobile communication station, Kyipartauk mobile communication station of the Ooredoo Company in Singu.
Then, the union minister arrived at Daw Nan Kyi Taung microwave and mobile communication station and the mobile communication station of Telenor Company in Kyatpyin before inspecting communication stations in Mogok.
On 7 March, the union minister inspected the communication stations in Thabeikkyin.
Mandalay Region will witness a great stride of progress in the communication sector as there will be 1727 communication stations in the region including 318 new mobile communication stations of Myanmar Post and Telecommunications, 121 new stations of the Ooredoo Company and new 213 stations of Telenor Company.

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