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Published on Saturday, 09 February 2013 21:31
Red Link Communications Co. Ltd. has succeeded to provide free Wi-Fi zones in upcoming 2013 SEA Games held from December 11 to 22, 2013, a spokesperson from Red Link Company said.
“Our company will provide services for free Wi-Fi zones in coming SEA Games,” he said.
Red Link is a private company headquartered in Yangon, Myanmar. It provides WiMAX broadband internet and other Internet and telecommunications services. Its WiMAX coverage includes areas in Yangon and Mandalay. Established in 2008, it became the second (after formerly called Bagan Cybertech, now Yatanarpon Teleport) privately owned Internet service provider in Myanmar.
The company is co-owned by Toe Naing Mann and Aung Thet Mann, sons of the former military regime's general Thura Shwe Mann, now a Lower House Speaker in Myanmar new government.
Myanmar Posts and Telecommunication (MPT) called for tender to provide free Wi-Fi services in 2013 SEA Games and 50 locals and overseas companies applied for the services in MPT. There was a news come out that two local companies will succeed the tender and Red Link is the first one who got the tender, a spokesperson from the company said.