Just how it looks like when a country gets it's mobile phones!
Added about 2 years ago | As appeared first on qz.com | Author: Leo Mirani
Just five years ago, mobile phone penetration in Myanmar stood at 1%. By 2013, it had already shot up to 13%. The government wants to drive that number north of 75%. Meanwhile, the price of a SIM card dropped from $3,000 to about $260. This month, Qatar's Ooredoo, a mobile operator, started selling SIM cards for 1,500 kyat ($1.50). Here's a picture from outside the Ooredoo store in Mandalay a day after it opened: Scenes like this are not uncommon when previously closed countries open their do... Continue reading on qz.com
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