Telecoms network services license granted to Vietnamese firm

YANGON — Leading Vietnamese information and communications technology company FPT has been granted a licence to provide network infrastructure in Myanmar, the company said in a statement.

The 15-year Network Facilities Service (Individual) licence was issued by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology on July 6.

It will enable the Hanoi-based firm to provide a range of services, including internet protocol television (IPTV), e-news and e-commerce,

“FPT hopes to contribute to the development of telecoms infrastructure in Myanmar, enhancing the broadband internet service quality, creating favourable conditions for applying IT to government and enterprise management in Myanmar,” FPT Myanmar chairman Duong Dung Trieu said in the statement.

FPT Myanmar was established in July 2013 and provides ICT solutions and services to the government and private industry.

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