Aircel Partners with MPT, Offers International roaming Services To its Customers Travelling to Myanmar

By June 20th, 2013 AT 2:25 PM

Aircel has partnered with Myanmar Posts and Telecommunications (MPT), a sole provider of telecommunication services in Myanmar, to offer international roaming services for its customers travelling to the country. This has made Aircel the first Indian operator to offer the facility to its customers travelling to Myanmar.

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This roaming facility is available for postpaid subscribers of all Aircel circles. With this exclusive partnership, Aircel becomes the first Indian telecom operator to offer such services to its customers for Myanmar.

The applicable rates will be:
Outgoing calls within Myanmar: Rs. 55/min
Outgoing calls to India/other countries: Rs. 80/min
Incoming calls: Rs. 60/min

Earlier this year, Aircel created voice disruption in the Indian telecom industry by introducing a revolutionary product ‘One Nation One Rate’ which pioneered the concept of ‘free roaming’ in the country.

MPT is a Government Agency, operating under the Ministry of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs, Myanmar.

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Dhakkan

Haha Rs 50+ per minute? Arre myanmar is just bajume only.

I read recently in news that india has opened its doors to myanmar to sell(push) more chinese products into india. If this is true then its not good. The trade should be limited to raw materials and agriculture. China has plastic and electronic waste to export but it does not have rice, wheat etc. Sadly india does not have plastic and electronic waste so we import these from foreign and export our kaanda aur batata to others.

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What!? How on earth does opening the border with Myanmar increase the entry of Chinese goods?

Dhakkan
Dhakkan

Tereko economics kya rocket science lagtay kya? Myanmar main ghanta koi industry hai. Woh log china wallo se maal uthate hai aur india main phekte hai, middleman dalali jaisa.

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