Telenor Launches Myanmar’s First Mobile App that Creates Users' Own Mobile Bundle

Telenor Launches Myanmar’s First Mobile App that Creates Users' Own Mobile Bundle Image Credit: Telenor

Telenor has recently launched what it says as Myanmar’s first mobile application which empowers its customers to create their own packages in order to meet their preferences.

The new Telenor FlexiPlan enables Telenor prepaid users to create their own bundle according to their preferences on the use of voice, SMS and data and the span of their validity. 

The app, at the same time, can benefit customers with up-to 80 percent discount compared to the normal pay-go rates and a new feature of giving data package gifts to fellow users, said Telenor.

The first of its kind in Myanmar, Telenor FlexiPlan application is now available on Google Play Store, App Store and web-link and no data charge for using the App while making customised packages and downloading.  The package purchased on the App is not auto-renewal and the purchased SMS validity can only be used for Telenor to Telenor numbers.

Joslin Myrthong, CMO, Telenor Myanmar
Ahead of the joyous Thingyan Festival, we are very keen to make sure our customers enjoy their experience with Telenor efficiently and wholeheartedly. As we have a wide range of different customers with different demands, this new mobile application, Telenor FlexiPlan, is introduced for the first time in Myanmar as an attempt to bring the aspiration and empower our customers to make the most of their time with Telenor.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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