Mytel transfers telecommunications equipment to the Ministry of Religion and Culture for implementation of the E-Government System

On 18th August 2020, Mytel donated laptops, computers to implement the E-Government System for the Ministry of Religion and Culture, setting up internet and video conferencing systems then transferred the telecommunications devices.

This Transfer Donating Ceremony was held at Office No. (31), Nay Pyi Taw Joint Hall of the Ministry of Religion and Culture, and Union Minister for Ministry of Religion and Culture: Thura U Aung Ko, Khin Maung Soe, Chairman of Mytel Executive Committee and relevant officials attended. Photo Source

Mytel continues to provide Myanmar people with superior telecommunication technologies, innovative and affordable telecommunication services, as well as social services that benefit the country and its people.

Mytel has a long-term social work plan to best meet the daily life needs of its customers. Transfer donating of telecommunications services and related equipment to the Ministry of Religion and Culture today is one of the charitable activities. Like Mytel is proud to be able to play as a part of the implementation of the Ministry of Religion and Culture’s E-government system, special thanks to the relevant ministry officials for their cooperation. In the future, Mytel will do its best to carry out social work for the benefit of the country and the people, said Khin Maung Soe, chairman of Mytel’s executive committee. Photo Source

During the ceremony, Mytel donated 50 computer laptops worth a total of 2,035 lakh kyats, six video conferencing systems, and 160 Mbps internet connection using fiber optic cable were donated for 3 years free for the E-Government implementation of the Ministry of Religion and Culture. Mytel will install high-speed fiber optic cable internet for six places such as at the three headquarters of the Ministry of Religion and Culture in Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw, the State Pariyatti Sasana University in Mandalay, and the University of Arts and Culture in Yangon and Mandalay.

Since its inception, Mytel has focused on a wide range of philanthropic activities until now, and currently,   Internet access has been installed in 446 locations for the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, local government offices, and other organizations. In addition, providing food to flood victims in Amarapura, from the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic until now, donations have been made to the Ministry of Health and Sports and the public. Furthermore, Mytel has also established the Empower My Children Foundation to support the education and health of children from families with social difficulties. The Foundation is currently working with Yankin Children’s Hospital officials to provide support for children with congenital heart disease who are having difficulty undergoing surgery. Photo Source

Mytel, the best operator for the interest of the people of Myanmar, is constantly striving to use state-of-the-art technology to provide cost-effective telecommunications services and a better experience for its customers. Mytel will provide innovative services and good services for the people of Myanmar with a prosperous future and a high standard of living, also social services as a part that will benefit the people. For more information, please visit and