Qatari telecoms firm Ooredoo said it has established a new network in Moekaung city in Kachin state and has expanded its existing networks in Lashio in Shan state and Myikyina in Kachin state.
The firm said it has also strengthened its networks in Yangon’s Tamwe, Mingalardon, Thingangyun, Hlaing, Hlaingtharyar and Insein townships.
Networks were also expanded in Oatarathiri and Pyimanar township in Naypyitaw, Taungngu, Nyaunglaypin in Bago region, Pyigyitagon township in Mandalay, and Ngathaingchaung, Yegyi and Hithada in Ayeyarwaddy region.
Thiri Kyar Nyo, senior communications manager of Ooredoo Myanmar, in a statement apologised to customers for “inconveniences in the past” as the mobile company did not have its own fibre connection line.
“Now we have our own fibre connection line and we can provide better service … Now we hope to operate faster than before,” she added.
Ooredoo started rolling out its 3G network in Myanmar in August last year after it secured a licence to operate in the country in early 2014.