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Ooredoo Myanmar recognized as fastest mobile network.

Ooredoo Myanmar has once again been recognized as the Fastest Mobile Network in Myanmar for Q1-Q2 2019 by network speed testing global leader OoklaA(r). Ooredoo previously won the award for Myanmar's fastest mobile network for Q2-Q3 2018, according to a statement.

Ooredoo achieved a Speed Score of 28.36, with average speeds of 30.00 Mbps for download and 16.62 Mbps for upload. Speedtest IntelligenceA(r) data is comprised of millions of consumer-initiated tests performed on web and mobile SpeedtestA(r) platforms. All mobile network providers in Myanmar are represented in Speedtest Intelligence data, with significant volumes of tests nationwide. 'We can confirm that Speedtest Intelligence data supports the award for Myanmar's Fastest Mobile Network to Ooredoo.' Said Doug Suttles, CEO, Ookla.

Mr. Rajeev Sethi, CEO of Ooredoo Myanmar said, 'These are tremendous achievements for our network to prove time after time that we are delivering the fastest mobile network in Myanmar. We will continue to give our customers the utmost in digital experiences with our superior network speeds, helping to enrich their digital lives. Furthermore, we will launch innovative digitalized products and services for our customers to enjoy these superior data speeds. We are the leader in providing digital experiences to further enhance our leadership position and we will keep investing and upgrading our network.'

Ooredoo commercially launched the first 4G network in Myanmar in May 2016 and currently covers more than 300 townships and nearly 32 million people.

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Publication:Mizzima News
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Date:Sep 11, 2019
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