Ooredoo is launching a mobile money service named M-Pitesan.
By Juliet Shwe Gaung
ONGO is making a consumer launch in 2017.
Wave Money is working on launching its mobile financial service after getting the certificate of approval from the Central Bank of Myanmar. Meanwhile, Myanmar Shipyard Dong A Ltd and Great Sea Transport and Logistics Company are planning to make 30 ships.
Over the next three years, Phandeeyar is actually looking at investing up to $2 million in startups through the accelerator programme.
2C2P and local Myanma Awaba, a local agri based product supplier have joint ventured to launch an over-the-counter cash acceptance service, 1-Stop in Myanmar.
Myanmar based mobile operator Telenor, will be launching its mobile money transfer service Wave Money, as a subsidiary- in partnership with Yoma Bank. Telenor, has a 51 per cent stake in the new venture while 49 per cent is held by Yoma bank, Having gone thorough about five weeks of commercial testing in upper… Read more »
Myanmar telecom operators are coming up with new initiatives to improve their coverage and offer better services. Telenor is teaming up with Yoma Bank to launch a mobile financial service where people can transact without visiting a bank. Meanwhile, the country is looking to resume work on its hydropower projects like… Read more »