Ooredoo Myanmar Opens Village Kiosks

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Ooredoo Myanmar Opens Village Kiosks

Ooredoo Myanmar, the best customer experience provider in Myanmar has launched Ooredo Village Kiosks as the first step to provide the best customer services to its customers in rural and peri-urban communities across Myanmar. Ooredoo is the first to launch such model in Myanmar for telecom industry.

Ooredoo has opened more than 100 branded stores in the urban areas in Myanmar and it has designated Ooredoo village kiosks to enhance opportunity to provide its products and services such as  SIM cards, top-up credit, SIM registration, additional service and other promotions to its customers in rural and peri-urban comminutes across Myanmar.

Oredoo opened the Ooredoo Village Kiosks at Mine Thauk, Khaung Taing, Nang Pan, Ywar Ngan, Lawksawk in Shan States, Intagaw, Okkan, Gon Hnyin Tan and Oh The Kone in Bago Region and Moe Kyo village in Pyin Oo Lwin Township starting from September 29, 2016. The opening ceremonies were celebrated in each place with local customer and guests with fun activities including games, singing contest, traditional dances and gave away gifts with activities.

The Ooredoo Village Kiosks Kayah State will open soon and more across Myanmar in the near future to provide convenience and services for customers living in rural areas.  

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