Customers can also buy sim cards, data plan, mobile top up cards and popular Smartphones.
Myanmar people like HTC, iPhone, Samsung, said Htoo Htet, a saleswoman at a Yangon handset store.YGN's best smartphones and gadgets store.Circulation and advertising income in print media has declined.A year later, foreign telecommunications operators were permitted to compete in the local mobile phone market.State newspapers should be privatised and turned into public listed companies.Last November, Samsung Electronics entered the Myanmar market, and in May, the company held an event to launch its Galaxy S4 smartphone in the country.Just a few years ago, you wouldnt have seen such a sight, said Soe Nyi Nyi, a local tech entrepreneur.
It hasnt helped that Myanmar, also known as Burma, once took a hostile stance against the Internet, and tried to stamp out online dissent.
In urban areas like downtown Yangon, Internet access is available at local Internet cafes that charge about.32 an hour.
Since then, Nay Phone Latt has started an NGO, called the.
No country is going to give funding for a lifetime.
The Japanese government and foundations are supporting state-owned and ethnic media groups, while at least six media organisations receive support from the Chinese government, according to industry leaders.
But mrtv is making a lot of money from private TV channels like mrtv-4 and five other free-to-air digital channels that use the state network, said U Thiha Saw.