Telenor Myanmar Adds TikTok to Low Cost Streaming Data Plan

Telenor Myanmar Adds TikTok to Low Cost Streaming Data Plan Image Credit: Telenor Myanmar

Telenor Myanmar has partnered with TikTok, the world's leading short-video platform, to be its very first official partner in Myanmar.

TikTok is the world's leading destination for short-form mobile videos which enables users to capture and present the world's creativity, knowledge, and moments that matter in everyday life. As of early 2019, TikTok is available in over 150 markets, and in 75 languages. It was also one of the most downloaded apps in 2018 and is available worldwide for iOS and Android.

Through this partnership, Telenor users will be able to use TikTok with only 1Ks/MB by subscribing to innovative and affordable one-stop data plan ‘Sate Kyite Kyi’.‘Sate Kyite Kyi’ is a data plan that enables every Telenor user to enjoy videos from Myanmar’s best and most popular video apps - Viu, MyanFlix, WowPlay, PyonePlay, YouTube and TikTok with the most affordable data charges - 1 Ks/MB. 

Chan May Ling, Head of Digital Services, Telenor Myanmar
Sate Kyite Kyi is the very first result of the agreement between us and the top video apps and we are delighted to add TikTok to our partners’ list for this innovative data plan. 

Steven Tannason, Strategic Partnerships South Asia, TikTok
Local creativity is the soul of TikTok content, and this premium yet very affordable data package, makes possible creating, sharing and discovering content that sparks their imagination.

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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