Home MMBIZ News Ooredoo, StarHub Join Hands to Provide Data Service

Ooredoo, StarHub Join Hands to Provide Data Service

Ooredoo Myanmar has formed a strategic partnership with Singaporean telecommunications firm StarHub to offer data services to companies operating from Myanmar via its international fibre gateway.

Both telcos have agreed to collaborate on the provision of international private leased line (IPLC) and managed services (such as IP-VPN) through each telco’s network, leveraging each party’s network reach and expertise in the respective countries.

Denise Chng, StarHub’s general manager of international business, said Singapore is Myanmar’s third largest foreign direct investor and through the partnership StarHub aims to support Singaporean enterprises expanding to Myanmar.

“Both companies will be working closely together to serve corporate customers in the fast growing Myanmar market, providing them with alternative choices and higher network availability, reliability and diversity in international connectivity.”

Thiri Kyar Nyo, public and community relations senior manager of Ooredoo Myanmar, said, through this strategic partnership Ooredoo will be able to provide faster international data services to customers in different business sectors via the firm’s own International Fiber Gateway.

“There will be no longer network outage issues. Soon, both individual customers and business customers can enjoy fast internet…,” she said.

- Advertisment -

Must Read

Kandawgyi Lake View from Shangri-La Residences Yangon

Yangon reopens parks in the mornings

Yangon authorities reopened the parks, which were closed to curb the spread of COVID-19, in the mornings starting from January 21. The Yangon City Development...